Okay, I'm ready to be hit from all defenders, BUT I cannot agree with Joyce Meyer anylonger. Maybe at one time she was right on. Now she has slipped into the popularity contest of all the big TV evangelists and even coined their phrases, accepted their wacko proclamations, like Benny Hinn's seeing the Father and forgetting where the Holy Spirit was. Or winking at Rodney howard brown's spiritual (yeah, who's spirit??) laughter, and partaking of the big jets that after all every big ministry must have, for the 'star' can't be everywhere at once. Think how idiodic this sounds and seems, yet people pay big money to go to her conferences, airfare, tickets, mechandise, and tithes/offerings; not to mention the huge competition among the leadership for the best looking clothes, even facelifts.
I see and agree with your points, not only about the evangelists you've mentioned but many others as well. It is my personal conviction not to contribute to what I perceive to be 'prosperity' ministries. I don't agree with what they prioritize and teach either, and that is money. Its always hard to judge if these evangelists are well intentioned or not, or if they are misled or perpetrating the misleading. Whatever the case may be, I use my own beliefs about what is 'prosperity' and what isn't, to guide me.
There are many 'prosperity ministry' followers out there, no one seems immune to the 'get rich quick' bug that's been going around for the past few millenia, I don't imagine we're going to find a cure for it anytime soon either.