Todd Chrisley says he became a 'slave' to money and 'fell short' of God's expectations

The stars of 'Chrisley Knows Best,' Todd and Julie Chrisley, were convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion in June 2022

"God has literally taken me to a place where I have so much peace with no longer worrying about trying to please – or trying to meet the expectation of someone else," the Todd said on his podcast "Chrisley Confessions" with his wife Julie last Friday.

Todd said he had always tried to do that, "but where I fell short in doing that is that I really didn’t give glory to God in all of the things we were accomplishing because I felt like I was the one doing the work.

I was the one getting up every day, I was the one staying up late at night not thinking that God was the one giving me the energy to be able to do that." - Todd

Todd also said, he has now "surrendered" all of that to God after he "got lost" when he couldn’t "tell the difference between my self-worth and my net worth.

And the bigger my net worth became the less I focused on my self-worth. Because everything was being built around that net worth." - Todd

Todd and Julie Chrisley were convicted in June of bank fraud and tax evasion and could face prison time. They will be sentenced in October.