Church Leaders Are Trying To Block Charisse Gibert From Collecting On Her Late Husband's $2 Million Life-insurance Policy.
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With the February death of Bishop Gibert four months ago has left his wife Charisse Gibert fighting Detroit World Outreach over house and control of church’s future.
“When a pastor dies, some people in a congregation don’t know how a church is going to go on, so they find a new spiritual home or go looking at other churches,” Wilder said. The drop in membership has turned the mansion from a symbol of prosperity into a millstone. The church spends $380,000 a year on mortgage and maintenance costs. Detroit World Outreach can no longer afford the expense because church revenue has fallen by approximately $2 million since 2010 “and our weekly attendance has dropped significantly,” Wilder wrote in a court filing. “Selling the property would cut the debt of the church by close to 50 percent,” Wilder wrote.