Michigan Church Buys $8.3 Million Dollar Mansion
(Ministry Watch) A Michigan church has paid $8.3 million for a Tampa-area estate in Florida that formerly belonged to Tampa Bay Buccaneers co-owner Darcie Glazer Kassewitz and her husband, according to a deed filed in Hillsborough County.
The Kingdom of God Global Church of Taylor secured a $4.9 million mortgage to purchase the 28,893-square-foot main house and a 2,620-square-foot guest house in Avila, the Tampa Bay Business Journal reported. The church’s address is listed on the mortgage as a Chesterfield, Missouri, residence that was sold in March, per TBBJ.
Kingdom of God, based in the Detroit suburb of Taylor, Michigan, is led by pastor David E. Taylor, who is also the head of Joshua Media Ministries International (JMMI), described as a global outreach movement “committed to establishing God’s Kingdom through the proclamation and demonstration of the Gospel” in Taylor’s biography.
Taylor also leads a daily broadcast called Miracles Today, which the ministry says is broadcast to more than 190 countries to minister “the healing, delivering, saving, and resurrecting power of Jesus to millions of souls throughout the globe.”
Along with products, from books and worship CDs to T-shirts and beverage cups, the ministry offers dream interpretation by Taylor through its website… to continue reading, click here
Editor’s Note. This article was written by Anne Stych and published at Ministry Watch
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Maybe they used this as the downpayment:
JOSHUA MEDIA MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL, TAYLOR, MI
Loan Status: Forgiven as of Dec. 28, 2020
Loan Amount: $31,400
Date Approved: April 15, 2020