Thursday, October 13, 2016

Feast Tour of LCG Homes of the Elite



An LCG source has been busy.  Here are the homes of some of the elite of the Living Church of God.      Lil'Jimmy and Peter Nathan have the largest homes.  Gaylyn Bonjour is a nondescript older home, not what one would except for the man who doubly blessed the greatest COG leader in human history...sorry Dave.

Most of the homes are located in Mint Hill and Matthews, North Carolina.


Dick Ames



Gaylyn Bonjour



Wyatt Ciesielka



Gary Ehman



Ken Frank

Mike Germano 


Mario Hernandez

Jim Meredith


Rod Meredith


Peter Nathan 



Dexter Wakefield 

Doug Winnail  condo 


Missing is Gerald Weston's new home.

Now that the Feast has been moved to Charlottee, this might be a good time to organize a bus tour of the Living Church of God elite.  That was always popular in Pasadena.






20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nathan's home is for sale? Is he planning to leave Charlotte?

NO2HWA said...

I had to laugh a few minutes ago. About a minute after this was posted the Charlotte flags started popping up.

NO2HWA said...

Its not for sale. Zillow popped up the house for its last sale price will change above

Anonymous said...

Wow gorgeous homes!! I guess it would be ok for me to help a fellow christian whose home is about to be condemn with my 1st tithes right?

DennisCDiehl said...

God has been very good to them. Especially Jimmy.

Anonymous said...

Yes, it is all God's doing. God provided for these homes, not the tithe money of believers. They are after all, Levites.

Anonymous said...

Addresses, please, or even maps, so tours can be arranged or road trips planned? Charlotte Feastgoers will need things to do after they've finished visiting the Billy Graham Library, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and Carowinds.

Lake of Fire Church of God said...

Little Jimmy's house isn't so little! What did little Jimmy do in life to receive such a huge home?

Richard

Anonymous said...


Nice houses, especially Jim Meredith's.

Recall that the little sheeple were encouraged over the past 80 years to sell or remortgage their houses and send in the money since they supposedly would not be needing their houses much longer, and supposedly would not need all that money either.

At the same time, all the head honchos in all the splinter groups seem to have wanted, obtained, and enjoyed nice houses all along, as well as plenty of spending cash.

Hoss said...

Fill in the blank: Living ______ Church of God

My first choice is: in style

Michael said...

Wow, most of these homes are just fantastic. Jimmy's is near mansion level.

Gotta be amazed at the cog-diss of these ministers preaching week after week about the coming tribulation approaching in X years but making sure they live comfortably in the meantime...

Anonymous said...

At least, Ciesielka, Wakefield, Germano and Winnail made money to buy their house before being employed by the Church, so they really earned them.

Anonymous said...

This is where your tithe money is going folks. Demand that as a tithe payer that your minister discloses the market value of his home or you will stop tithing!

Minimalist said...


Moving to the Bible Belt was the smartest move Meredith ever made.
Religion is 20% of the economy in the southeast.
Jimmy's Mansion is staggering!

Anonymous said...

Can we legally put how much a minister makes on this site?

Hoss said...

This is where your tithe money is going folks.

HWA about not paying tithes and giving generous offerings: Lake of Fire

GTA about ministers spending church funds: they may be called to account for how they handled "God's tithes"

Gerald Waterhouse: Mr Armstrong could take all the money and throw it off the bridge if he wanted to

Black Ops Mikey said...

For those of us who have read "The Journey: A History of the Church of God (Seventh Day)" we've come a very long way from the pursuit of serving God by Gilbert Cranmer to today's self-service.

All of the Armstrongists have not lost their way -- they never found it: From the days of the utter selfishness of Herbert Armstrong to the utter selfishness of Roderick Meredith, willing to bankrupt his church, the self-indulgence has reached not just an epidemic proportion but one which has become all encompassing.

If there is a God and a Kingdom to come, these selfish hirelings have managed to thoroughly disqualify themselves through the utter arrogance of their pursuit of being elite at the expense of those to whom they are supposed to minister.

They are utterly disgusting.

Anonymous said...

Rich and increased with goods...need I say anymore.

Anonymous said...

when the death angel comes into camp it is not looking for they what are distinguished but they what are of the status quo...

obviously there are some in lcg that cannot be distinguished from the run of the mill god for profit (not prophet) televangelist that they say they are so different from...

on face value they resemble yet another god for profit (not prophets) organization; you can tell them by their fruits; typical behavior:

they enrich themselves from what they peddle, hence the death angel cannot distinguish them from the others because their behavior is identical...

Anonymous said...

Many of those ministers sold a home in a more expensive area and then bought a home, free and clear, in Charlotte. Many have been in Charlotte long enough to see their homes gain significant equity. Conservatively, there should be several million dollars of equity tied up in those ministerial homes, enough to get LCG out of its current financial difficulties, pay off debts, and leave a three-month emergency reserve. Under current tax law, these ministers would still be in good shape, as they could deduct their rent payments (or a much smaller mortgage) for their IRS-approved parsonage allowance.

If these men really believed that LCG was the One True Church, and that Christ would judge them for their works and their degree of faith, is there any doubt that they would sell those homes and make the kinds of big donations that Dave Pack's people have made? Those homes stand as evidence that LCG's HQ ministers don't really believe what they are preaching.