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Jim Garlow | Net Worth, Wife, & Bio

The leader of the Pulpit freedom movement, Dr. Jim Garlow, is the former senior pastor. He used to serve the Skyline Church situated in La Mesa, California, until November of 2018. He is one of the biggest advocates of California Proposition 8, which opposes same-sex marriage, and also a Trump supporter. 

Besides preaching in the Churches, Dr. Garlow is also the author of fifteen books, out of which one has even been the New York Times best-seller.

Biography & Wiki

Popular NameJim Garlow
Real NameDr. Jim Garlow
Date of birth1947
Age74 years old
Place of birthConcordia, Kansas
FatherNot disclosed
MotherNot disclosed
SiblingsNot disclosed
StatusMarried
Ex-wifeCoral Garlow
WifeRosemary Schindler
ChildrenEight
Grand-childrenNine
OccupationPastor, Author, communicator, and Historian
Net worth2 Million – 10 Million USD
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite Caucasian
ReligionChristianity
ZodiacUnknown
HeightUnknown
WeightUnknown
MeasurementUnknown
Hair colorBrown
Eye colorBlue
ComplexionFair
TwitterJimGarlow
FacebookDrJimGarlow
Websitejimgarlow.com

Jim Garlow Net Worth

Dr. Garlow is an established name among the Churches in the USA. He preached for a great Church in the past. Now he preaches for an even greater one in Washington.

Besides preaching in Churches, he has also written around fifteen books, out of which one even became a bestseller.

All this has helped him make a good fortune which sums up to make his net worth around 2 Million to 10 Million USD.

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Jim Garlow Family, Early Life, and His Support to Trump

 The 0 years old, Dr. Garlow was born and raised in Concordia. 

Though not much is out about his early life, he started preaching in 1995 in the Skyline Church. He worked there for years as its Senior Pastor.

Dr. Garlow used Wesleyan in his church name while working as a pastor. He adopted this name from the John Wesley religious movement, which helped methodists become the leader of many social issues.

During his time in this church, he started the Pulpit Freedom movement. He organized it for the rights of ministers at the church to take part in the political sector.

He was also a strong advocate supporting California Proposition 8, which opposed the anti-gay movement.

Dr. Garlow was not only against same-sex marriage but was also a great Trump supporter. He even went as far as to criticize the Taiwanese President.

Because he supported Trump, he even compared Hilary Clinton to Jezebel. Jezebel is a negative character in the Bible who distracted people from worshipping the true god.

Dr. Garlow not only supported Trump, he even used to convince his parishioners to vote for Trump. In an interview, he mentioned that people who don’t vote for Trump need to pray more.

Because of his inclination towards politics, Dr. Garlow left the Skyline Church in 2018 and moved to the Well Versed Ministry in Washington to organize bible studies for the employees of United Nations and federal agencies.

Jim Garlow Wives

Dr. Garlow has been married twice to this date.

He was married to his first- wife, Carol Garlow, in 1971. The couple didn’t have any children of their own. Instead, they adopted four children and were raising them.

The couple was happily married for forty-two years until Carol died due to cancer. Carol couldn’t win against her disease and took her last breath in 2013.

After one year of the passing of his first wife, Dr. Garlow married Rosemary Schindler, an ambassador of Tourism. 

Both Dr. Garlow and Schindler got married for the second time in 2014. The couple has been living a blissful married life with their eight children and nine grandchildren.

Education and University

Dr. Garlow is not only a skilled preacher, but he is also a well-educated person.

Dr. Garlow holds a Ph.D. from Dew University in historical theology. Before getting his Ph.D., Garlow went to Princeton, where he earned his Master’s degree in theology.

He has two more masters, one in divinity from Theological Seminary and another from Southern Nazarene University.

He did his bachelor’s from the same Southern Nazarene University, where he earned one of his Master’s degrees.

Besides this, Garlow also holds an associate degree from the Oklahoma Wesleyan.

Career

Dr. Garlow started his career as a pastor in the Skyline Church in La Mesa. While he was serving there, he initiated many movements and religious organizations.

He was the innovator of the Pulpit Freedom Movement, which was for the pastors and ministers in politics.

He was also active as an advocate opposing same-sex marriage.

During his career, he was a Trump supporter and was very open about his political view. He even used to persuade his parishioners to vote for his candidate.

It was illegal. So, in 2009 the Alliance Defence Fund sued his church as the persuasion made the church non-eligible for the tax-free privileges. These privileges were only for non-political charity organizations.

The case made Dr. Garlow take a few steps back, but he did not give up on his determination. So, in 2018, Dr. Garlow left his previous church and joined the Well Versed Ministry in Washington.

Currently, Dr. Garlow is serving in Washington and has set the goal to organize bible readings for the United Nations and other federal agencies.

Besides preaching in the Churches, Dr. Garlow is also an established author of fifteen books. One of his books, Cracking Da Vinci’s Code, has become a New York Times bestseller.

Controversy

During 2018, it came into the limelight how Dr. Garlow uses his pastor position to make his parishioners vote for the candidate that he thinks is the best.

It caused a mess in the media as the church did not have to pay taxes for being a non-political charity organization. The church was free from millions of taxes in annual property tax and other sectors. 

However, Garlow’s involvement in politics through his parishioners made his church non-eligible to all these tax-free privileges. Also, his works were more focused to sway public opinion on US politics and foreign policies. 

Due to this, the Alliance Defence Fund sued his church in 2009. In response to this, Dr. Garlow stopped pursuing his parishioners regarding any political matters.

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