Pastor David Taylor 

Pastor David Taylor Church, Wife, Net Worth, Family, Joshua Media Ministries International (JMMI)

Who is David Taylor?

Pastor David Taylor is an American controversial pastor who is the head of Joshua Media Ministries International (JMMI), ‘a global outreach movement committed to establishing God’s Kingdom through the proclamation and demonstration of the Gospel.’

The church has been in existence for more than 30 years, and David has made an indelible imprint throughout his community, the United States, and all around the world.

David Taylor Age

Taylor is 48 years old as of 2020, he was born August 3, 1972, in the small town of Memphis, Tennessee. He celebrates his birthday on August 3 every year and his birth sign is

David Taylor Height

David stands at an average height and has moderate weight. He appears to be quite tall in stature if his photos, relative to his surroundings, are anything to go by.

However, details regarding his actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We are keeping tabs and will update this information once it is out.

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David Taylor Parents

His parents James H. Taylor and Katie M. Taylor were at the hospital about to give birth to their seventh child. He was born into a family of nine children. His older brother is named Kenneth. His other siblings are Sharon, Antonio, Angela, Richard, Marilyn, then David, Zondra, and Christopher.

David E. Taylor was similarly brought up by his mother and father in a Christian home where they attended a charismatic Pentecostal church called ‘St. Joseph Temple’ under the leadership of Bishop and Pastor Cannon.

Pastor David Taylor’s Wife

Tabitha Taylor is the ex-wife of controversial Missouri Pastor David E. Taylor of Joshua Media Ministries International.

Pastor David Taylor’s Net Worth

David has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million dollars as of 2022.

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Pastor David Taylor Cheating Allegations

Tabitha Taylor, the ex-wife of controversial Missouri Pastor David E. Taylor of Joshua Media Ministries International claims he engaged in multiple extramarital affairs during their relationship and got her pregnant before they were married.

“We’re teaching people that it’s OK to sin. We’re teaching people that it’s OK to live unrighteously but God is gonna bring judgment to the household of God. He is. He’s gonna judge us if we don’t get it together people of God. We’re preaching in the pulpit and we’re sleeping with our members.

We’re preaching in the pulpit and we’re abusing the sheep, We’re preaching in the pulpit and we’re not doing right by the people of God, We’re not walking in love, We’re destroying people’s marriages, we’re destroying people’s homes and God is not pleased …,” she said.

“I had just gotten saved back in 1995 June. I was in full-time ministry basically because I had quit my job. And I was so excited about the things of God that I began to go to the services night after night. And I quit my night job so that I could be in the services, that’s how hungry I was for God.

I worked the graveyard shift. I worked from 11 at night to 7 in the morning. And I was so hungry for God I didn’t want to miss anything. So I started serving the man of God,” she said.

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“Well people of God, the reason I am bringing these specific things out is I believe that those in the body of Christ, especially people that are young in the Lord [need to be aware],” she said.

“Before long my ex-husband and I started getting involved. We weren’t married at the time but we got involved with each other. And I’m sharing this once again for people who may be in some situations like this, some situations that they are trying to get out of for people to be forewarned before they get into a situation,” she explained.

Shortly after joining Taylor’s ministry, Tabitha said she became pregnant and got married to him when he told her God told him she should be his wife. In hindsight, she says she now realizes that was a mistake.

“I want to say to the women of God and the men of God. It’s very important that we make sure we marry the right person. That we take our time and we don’t just marry somebody because we have sex or just because we got pregnant. I didn’t want to have another child out of wedlock. I was excited about the man of God but I didn’t know him,” she said.

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  1. don’t fall for this ministry….I ordered a book, knowing nothing of this ministry or man….they pounced on a new unaware contact with phone calls a so called prophesied things from the “man in question”…regarding information I must have relayed….very shortly therein there was the figure of $1000, I was relayed that God had supposedly told “man in question for me to give…course relating to the fulfillment of prophesy given to me prior…(obedience) or may be the”seed” for the miracle..and giving me things to do, which might be some effort for me…all the while building me up as a special or favored person…and he doesn’t usually do this…even giving me a message to hear from him to listen to…they have called me several times with their “seemingly” spiritual repoir, which I will be asking for the $$ money back, as have found out so much more about this person, Taylor and do NOT care to “support” his so called “ministry”…BEWARE!

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