Robert Jeffress Net Worth

During his lifetime, Robert Jeffress has made an impact in many different fields. He has been a pastor, author, television host, and is currently an adjunct professor at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is also a contributing Fox News contributor. He has appeared on many major mainstream media outlets, including CNN, ABC, and Fox News. Currently, he is the spiritual leader of 13,000 members of the First Baptist Church of Dallas.

He was born in the United States on November 29, 1955. He is a Southern Baptist pastor and author. He has published many books, including Pathway to Discovery, Faith: Responding to Challenges of Life, Clutter-Free Christianity: What God Desires for You, and When Forgiveness Doesn’t Make Sense. He has also written a children’s book, A Place Called Heaven for Kids.

Jeffress was the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church in Eastland, Texas, from 1985 to 1992. He then became the Senior Pastor of First Baptist in Wichita Falls, Texas, from 1992 to 2008. In 2007, Jeffress was elected pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dallas. It is considered one of the largest Protestant church building campaigns in modern history. Its new $128 million campus opened for Easter worship on March 31, 2013. It also broke ground on a new 3,000-seat Worship Center in 2012.

Jeffress earned a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, in the mid-70s. He then went on to receive a master’s degree and a doctorate of ministry from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

Jeffress is married to Amy Lyon Renard Jeffress, who has two daughters. He is also the father of Robert Jeffress Jr. He has also published books such as When Forgiveness Doesn’t Make sense 2001, Servant 1992, and Twilight’s Last Gleaming. He has also been featured on Pathway to Victory, a religious television program. He has appeared on hundreds of radio shows. Currently, his sermons are broadcast on more than 900 radio stations in the United States and in 195 countries.

Jeffress is also a political commentator. He has opposed the reelection of President Barack Obama, and endorsed Governor Rick Perry in the presidential primaries. He is also an opponent of the impeachment of President Donald Trump. He has made thousands of guest appearances on television and other media outlets. He is a strong conservative and supports Donald Trump.

He has also been featured on the show Card Sharks. He was a contestant on the show in 1986. In that contest, he said that Romney’s beliefs are in conflict with the teachings of Jesus Christ. In another episode, he said that the Prophet Muhammad promoted pedophilia. In 2010, he made controversial comments about Islam. He stated that Islam was violent and evil. He also stated that homosexuality was a sin. In addition, he referred to gays as filthy beings.

In March 2018, Jeffress appeared on Fox News as a contributor. He argued that policy mattered more than personal life. He also referred to ‘Fifty shades of grey’ as the ‘immense end’ of humanity.