New York - David E. Taylor, an African American man from Memphis, Tennessee claims to be an apostle of Jesus Christ, but a series of videos posted on YouTube have exposed the truth of this false Christian Minister.
New York – David E. Taylor, an African American man from Memphis, Tennessee claims to be an apostle of Jesus Christ, but a series of videos posted on YouTube have exposed the truth of this false Christian Minister.
Self-described “Apostle Taylor,” head of the so-called “JMMI ministry,” was interrogated on a list of expenses made under his ministry and other court allegations.
The account that posted the video said about Taylor, “He takes advantage of the gullible, the desperate, the sick, and the poor while living lavishly off of their donations by convincing people that if they buy his books or come to his conferences they will have face to face encounters with Jesus Christ. Not only that but he claims to be on the same level as the prophet Moses and the best friend of Jesus Christ himself.”
According to his own website, which is still in operation, as a non-profit organization named Joshua Media Ministries, David E. Taylor allegedly saw Jesus.
During the deposition, Taylor was interrogated about these purchases listed under JMMI ministry:
$2,844,000 million “residential center” – his home that he lied about during the deposition
$6,000+ in clothes from Louis Vuitton
$3,5000 in clothes from Versace in Bahamas
$30,000 in clothes to Taylor
Gucci store purchases
$1,715 in clothing from Monsieur store
3 vehicles – BMW, Mercedes Benz and Bentley
1 SUV – Range Rover
$50,000 to Limo Land to convert the Mercedes into a limousine
$6,000 to Disney Resort in California.