HOUSTON, TX—You can't be the pastor of the largest church in the U.S., without having a few critics.
Local favorite televangelist, Joel Osteen, released his new book titled "Every Day a Friday," which encourages people to be happier seven days a week.
Recent comments toward Osteen describe his message as being 'gospel lite' because he doesn't talk about sin and hard choices, which are usually vital parts of any sermon. Instead he always has a positive spin on life.
So while the pessimistic people want to make fun of his super clean image, it's not stopping the crowds from taking in a sermon, socializing and soaking in a message of hope.