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Sad, To See Another Church Close It Doors Because Of Financial Problems and Predatory Lending Practices By A Bank.

Reader according to research, on an average day in the United States, nine churches close their doors for good. This isn’t often talked about, partly because it’s not exactly breaking news. Church professionals know the trends: church membership and religious affiliation are declining. Relatively few churches are growing. It’s particularly hard to talk about your own church’s demise. It’s not easy to say what sometimes needs to be said: “It’s time for our church to close.”

Religious leaders in Bridgeport announced last Saturday that one of the biggest churches in the city was shutting down this past week.  Parish officials say the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit on Union Avenue is in foreclosure and the bank will take possession of the building. According to former Bishop Kenneth Moale's wife, the church is in need of $150,000 by this past Monday to keep the bank from foreclosing on the church.

Jesus Take The Wheel Pastor Myles Munroe Learjet 36 Insurance Status Is In Legal Dispute?

WOW, it looks like Pastor Myles Munroe insurance on his Learjet 36 might have lapsed and there will be no insurance payout.

ATTORNEYS representing Diplomat Aviation (Bahamas) Ltd, the company under which the ill-fated Learjet 36 carrying Bahamas Faith Ministries pastor, Dr Myles Munroe was registered, are embroiled in a court battle with a US-based insurance company over the payout from a $10m liability policy in the aftermath of the November 9 tragedy.

 The plaintiff, XL Specialty Insurance Company, has insisted that it is under no obligation to honor the policy because it expired on November 5, four days before the crash, and was not renewed. Diplomat Aviation is listed as the defendant in the matter.   According to court documents obtained by The Tribune, Diplomat Aviation’s law firm Gary, Williams, Parenti & Watson, sent a letter to XL on December 5 requesting the company honor the terms of the policy. The law firm operates from Stuart, Florida.


  1. If the insurance did indeed lapse and there will be no insurance payout, civil suits will be the only recourse of sorts. NOW...If Diplomat Aviation is just a holding company for the registration of the aircraft and was not actually 'operating' the aircraft, but maybe 'leasing' the aircraft to Munroe ministries or similar, it gets even foggier..it was no fault of the planes that the pilots flew it into a crane. Now, if Diplomat Aviation was 'chartering' and the whole flight was done up part and parcel, flight billed out by Diplomat to Munroe, and pilots paid by Diplomat, that's a completely different ballgame. Also...Diplomat Aviation according to THIS article is Bahamian entity...I thought I saw where it was a US Entity...I could be wrong...if it was a Bahamian entity doing charters, were they actually legally licensed to do charters in the Bahamas through the CAD?


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