Joel Osteen

One of my favorite trolling moments happened after I made a Facebook page called “Joel Osteen Ministries” and used it to respond to one of the real Joel Osteen fans on his actual Facebook page.

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A lot of people fell for it.

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News about the post eventually made its way onto Snopes, The Houston Chronicle, and triggered responses from the real Joel Osteen Ministries twitter account, and Joel Osteen’s church, Lakewood Church.

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This was my second time getting news for trolling Joel Osteen. The first time, a spokesman for Lakewood Church made a statement and it was reported in the Houston Chronicle.

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The “Joel Oldsteen” trolling even made Fox News and The Christian Post, who both called me “Bill Palmer.”

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