Keep this in mind the next time you see one of their “telethons”.
Here is a breakdown of assets according to the most recent 990s available from *********.
Trinity Christian Center of Santa Ana: $845,832,015
Community Educational Television: $9,265,906
Holy Land Experience Ministries: $70,163,784
International Christian Broadcasting: $3,016,839
Jacksonville Educators Broadcasting: $3,897,274
JW Bethany: $13,145,783
San Antonio Community Educational TV: $1,601,738
Trinity Broadcasting of Arizona: $3,296,710
Trinity Broadcasting of Florida: $67,392,913
Trinity Broadcasting of Indiana: $2,939,884
Trinity Broadcasting of New York: $4,654,033
Trinity Broadcasting of Oklahoma City: $2,482,119
Trinity Broadcasting of Texas: $17,735,883
Trinity Broadcasting of Washington: $2,076,144
Known TBN related assets: $1,047,501,025.
This doesn’t include the assets of TBN affiliate Trinity Christian Center of San Marcos which is registered as a church and doesn’t file a Form 990. Also it doesn’t include TBN’s foreign affiliates.
CBN’s total assets: $190,937,096
Daystar’s total assets: $233,253,872