Our mission is to display, encourage, promote and produce Godly integrity and character wherever we go.
We strive to be followers of Jesus Christ in such a way that believers are inspired to be more godly.
We also hope and pray that our behavior and conversations will cause unbelievers to question their disbelief in God.
Mark:12:29 And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: 30 And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment. 31 And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these.
These two commandments have given me a great biblical foundation to stand on for building my character towards loving and helping people. I try very hard to keep that 1st one as my top priority in life because “God is love” and I don’t believe I will do the 2nd one correctly without the love of God being “in me”………..Bishop Taylor
Daniel Milton Taylor has four children: Rebecca, Matthew, Lauren and Myah. Rebecca and Brantley, his son-in-law, have blessed him with Adrianna.
Daniel was born in 1958, the 10th of 11 children, to James and Dorothy Taylor in St. Louis, Missouri. In order, the children are Tondaleria, Philip, David, Mialona, Jamille, Matthew, Peter, Michael, Timothy, Daniel and Zsa Vita. His parents separated and divorced when he was a very young child and his father moved to Chicago, Illinois. As a result of the divorce, the children were basically raised by their mother, who was a strong believer in the Christian faith. Therefore, going to church was an “automatic” part of their lives. Daniel actually enjoyed a lot about the church they attended because there were a lot of things done with the children and young people in mind. Those were the types of things that made church fun for Daniel, in spite of the other church things that he and most children didn’t find fun or interesting.
Now, Mr. Taylor was a child and is a man who had to know things for himself before honestly believing in them, no matter what anyone else said or believed about those things. So, the question “Is God Real?” became more and more dominant in his mind, even as a child. He knew his mother believed in God because she was always talking about “the good Lord”, even when she had to biblically discipline her children. However, he still questioned in his mind God’s existence just as he questioned if Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy were real. Daniel was still a child when he found out that those last three were not real. It wasn’t until his High School years that he decided and believed in his heart that God and the bible were just an American version of the Greek and Roman Mythology gods and stories. This is a belief that he would hold onto until 1990 at the age of 31, when God did as he asked and proved to him without a shadow of doubt that He was real.
In 2003 Daniel published “Is God Real? Let The Truth Be Told“, which is a testimony of his journey from not believing in God, to believing in God, to preaching/teaching for God, to becoming an ordained Elder under his pastor, Bishop James A. Stewart, in 1993.
In 2008 Bishop Stewart ordained Elder Daniel Milton Taylor as Bishop Daniel Milton Taylor.
In 2017 Bishop Taylor published “Denomination Let The Truth Be Told“, which questions the creation and participation of church denominations that are in the Body Of Christ.
OUR BISHOP’S BISHOP
Bishop James A. Stewart was the pastor of Pentecostal Saints Tabernacle in St. Louis, Mo. for over 30 years. On January 3, 2016 he passed the Pastoral Baton over to his Assistant Overseer, Bishop Antwain Jackson who was the Pastor of The Equation Church in St. Louis. The two churches were merged and now worship under the Equation church name. Bishop Stewart and his wife Emerine have been married for over 50 years. He has been freely giving out his God given wisdom and knowledge of the Bible and life itself through his tireless preaching and teaching of God’s most precious and holy Word. I’m one of the thousands of people that have benefited from that preaching, teaching and God given wisdom. It was Bishop’s teaching about Jesus Christ that caused me to give that “God thing” one more try because I heard some things through Bishop Stewart that I’d never heard before. That “one last try” was the start of my “Paul like” transition where the scales were finally removed from my eyes and where “I was once was blind, now I see”.
I love my God and I love my Bishop.