How Did Kim Clement Die? What Events Led to This Prophet’s Demise?

Kim Clement died at the age of 60 years in November 2016 after suffering from a brain bleed, cancer, and unknown medical complications for over one year. In 2015, Kim was admitted to the hospital due to a brain tumor. After the treatment, he became well for a while, succumbing to the illness on November 23 the following year.

Full NameKim Clement
Date of BirthSeptember 30, 1956
Deceased Date23 November, 2016
Age at death60 years
Cause of deathBrain tumor, cancer & other complications
OccupationSinger, songwriter, author, pastor
Height5 feet 8 inch (172 cm)
Weight154 lb (70 kg)
WifeJane Elizabeth Clement
KidsDaughter,  Donne’ Clement Petruska
Net Worth at the time of death$6-$7 million

 Kim was a renowned prophet and served as a senior pastor and well-respected spiritual leader of the House of Destiny.

He was also recognized as the singing prophet as he had a fantastic voice. He was also famous for prophesying about the future.

Who Was Kim Clement?

On September 30, 1956, Kim was born in South Africa in a town known as Uitenhage. He was the son of Vivian Clement and Babette Clement. His father worked as a superintendent in the South Africa Railways, while his mother was a business owner and worked as a receptionist in a small clinic. He had three siblings, and one was a famous musician commonly known as Barry.

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Growing up, he was passionate about music, and his aunt helped him grow his talent. Kim attended Lawson Brown High School located in Port Elizabeth. He started learning piano at the tender age of five years. At the age of 12, together with his brother, they formed a band known as the Mark 4, and he later joined the Cosmic Blues band.

At 17, he was addicted to heroin and was quite involved in the drugs and rock scene in the seventies. But he was later transformed into a very dedicated Christian and minister.

How Did Kim Convert to Christianity?

In 1974 his life changed when he was robbed and stabbed in a bar. After the incident, he stumbled on the streets and fell in a ditch. When he thought he would die, he called out for Jesus and was lifted from death.

He was rescued by a Christian man who told him about Christ. From that day, he became a follower of Christ and started spreading the word of God. Kim began to work as a youth pastor and music director in 1976 up to 1978.

What Are Kim’s Major Works?

He also worked as a counselor in one of the drug rehab centers known as Vital Link. Additionally, he worked with mentally disabled children and taught them music.

In 1978 Kim married the love of his life, Jane Elizabeth Barnes, in Durban, South Africa. The couple was married for 30 years before the death of Kim and managed to have five children.

Later, Kim built the first non-racial church known as Lyric Christian Center, based in South Africa. The church managed to defile the racial apartheid system, which was prominent in South Africa.

 In 1981 Kim traveled to the United States to attend Christ for the Nations. Between 1981-1991, he managed to travel to the USA 5 times a year. Later together with his family, he moved to the USA in 1991. In the USA, he started The Warriors of the New Millennium, situated in Detroit, Michigan. The goal of the outreach was to uplift the wounded people in the City.

Kim later settled in Southern California together with his family and pioneered an assertive prophetic outreach known as the Secrets.

How Many Books did Kim Write?

Kim was a renowned prophet, minister, and talented author. He mainly focused on writing his prophecies and inspirational books. His books were trendy, and he managed to sell thousands of copies in South Africa, the USA, and all other the world.

Some of his books are Call Me Crazy, But I’m Hearing God, Secrets of the Prophetic, The sound of His Voice, and The Prophetic Works and Legacy of Kim Clement.

What Were Some of Kim’s Prophecies?

Kim was a known self-proclaimed prophet. On July 25, 1996, he prophesied about Detroit; however, the prophecy did not make much sense.

However, after five years, his prediction about America being attacked by terrorists came to pass. After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Clement said that he saw a vision of the Twin Towers collapsing and knew that America would never be the same.

In 2007, Kim prophesied that Donald Trump would win the presidential elections.

One of Clement’s most famous prophecies came in 2006 when he predicted that then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton would win the election, but only after a “terrible time” in office.

He also prophesied about the death of Osama bin Laden, saying that the terrorist mastermind would be captured and that his death would be “glorious.”

What Impact Did He Have on Christianity?

Clement was well-known for mixing traditional evangelical preaching with modern-day pop culture references which made him very relatable to younger generations of Christians.

He also had a strong following on social media platforms like YouTube and Facebook where he regularly posted videos of himself preaching.

Where Did He Go To College?

Clement attended several different colleges over the years but never graduated because he said that God spoke to him through a voice in his head during class one day and told him not to complete his degree.

Family Life

Clement was married to his wife, Julie, for over 30 years and the couple had two children together.

What was Kim’s Net Worth?

At his death in 2016, his approximate net worth was around $6-7 million. He accumulated most of the money via his career as a singer, author, songwriter, and pastor.