According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Weeks was evicted out of his Global Destiny International Ministries cathedral in Duluth Georgia Friday. On Sunday, his congregation held services at the Holiday Inn in Norcross.
Weeks currently owes over $400,000 to the landlord of the campus where Global Destiny once sat. Weeks said the money he owes includes attorney’s fee, late fees, and interest. He stopped paying rent in July.
Weeks renamed his church Global Destiny Worldwide Vision, and said that he was “re-sizing” the church to “to fit economic times.” “When something like this happens, it’s really an exodus into a new prophecy,” he said. “People do not understand the cost of running a worldwide ministry.”