Robert Jeffress Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Pastor, Fox News, First Baptist Church

Robert Jeffress is an American Southern Baptist Pastor, Radio Host, Author, & Televangelist best known as a pastor at First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas. He is also known for appearing on Fox News as a contributor.

Robert Jeffress Biography

Robert Jeffress (full name – Robert James Jeffress Jr.) is an American Southern Baptist Pastor, Radio Host, Author, and Televangelist who is best known as a pastor at First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas. He is also known for appearing on Fox News as a contributor.

Jeffress has contested on Card Sharks, the syndicated nighttime edition of the popular game program. For that, he won $4,550 over 4 days. Vision America awarded Jeffress the Daniel Award in the year 2006. He also holds a distinguished alumni award from the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary for the impact of his ministry in Texas. He preached the sermon at a private service at St. John’s Episcopal Church on January 20, 2017. The service was attended by then-President-elect Trump the day before his inauguration.

Robert Jeffress Education

Jeffress holds a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree from Baylor University. He is also a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary where he obtained a Master of Theology degree. He is also an alumnus of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas where he earned a Doctor of Ministry. Jeffress is also a grad of Dallas Baptist University where he obtained a Doctor of Divinity degree in May 2010.

Robert Jeffress Age

Jeffress is 67 years old as of 2022. He was born on November 29, 1955, in Texas, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 29th of November every year.

Robert Jeffress Height

Jeffress stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m).

Robert Jeffress Family

Jeffress was born to his late parents Julia Caroline “Judy” Fielder (mother) and Robert Jeffress, Sr. (father). He grew up alongside his younger brother, Kim, who is 3 years younger than him.

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Robert Jeffress Wife

Jeffress is married to Amy Lyon Renard Jeffress, an Evangelist. Information about their wedding and engagement is unknown. Further information about the duo will be updated.

Robert Jeffress Children

Jeffress and his wife Amy Lyon Renard Jeffress take great pride in being dad and mom to their 2 daughters Dorothy Fielder Jeffress (firstborn) and Julia S. Jeffress. Both Jeffress’s daughters are graduates of the University of Florida.

Dorothy Fielder Jeffress

Dorothy has worked as a key holder manager for 4 years and as a stylist in Theory. She is a quite private person hence she has not revealed whether she is dating anyone or whether she has any kids or not.

Julia S. Jeffress

Julia is a minister, a reality star from TLC’S Rattled, and a professional counselor. She also serves at the 13,000-member First Baptist Church of Dallas, TX as the girl minister director. Julia is a licensed professional counselor. She is happily married to Rayn Sadler. She has experienced 3 miscarriages in one year. However, Julia eventually had one successful pregnancy, where she gave birth to triplets: 2 sons and a daughter. The names of her kids are under review.

Robert Jeffress Net Worth

Jeffress has an annual estimated net worth ranging from $17 Million – $20 Million.

Robert Jeffress Books / Author

Jeffress has authored many books (published by ISBN). His books are sold on Amazon and ThriftBooks. Some of these books include;

  • A Place Called Heaven: 10 Surprising Truths About Your Eternal Home (2017)
  • 18 Minutes with Jesus (2022)
  • Perfect Ending: Why Your Eternal Future Matters Today (2014)
  • Not All Roads Lead to Heaven (2016)
  • The Divine Defense: Six Simple Strategies for Winning Your Greatest Battles (2006)
  • How Can I Know?: Answers to Life’s 7 Most Important Questions (2013)
  • What Every Christian Should Know: 10 Core Beliefs for Standing Strong in a Shifting World (2023)
  • When forgiveness doesn’t make sense (2000)
  • The Solomon Secrets: 10 Keys to Extraordinary Success from Proverbs (2002)
  • Second Chance, Second Act: Turning Your Messes into Successes (2007)
  • Countdown to the Apocalypse: Why ISIS and Ebola Are Only the Beginning (2015)

Robert Jeffress Church / Ministry

Jeffress is a pastor at a 14,000-member megachurch (his home ministry) called First Baptist Dallas. The church’s mission is transforming the globe with the Word of God…one life at a time. While growing up, Jeffress was under pastor W. A. Criswell of First Baptist Dallas. He cites Criswell as an influence on his ministry. Jeffress was elected as a pastor of the church on August 12, 2007. Prior to that, he served as the senior pastor (1992-2007).

First Baptist Dallas is a multi-generational church community where needs are met through various worship experiences, mission opportunities, Sunday School and discipleship options, outreach events, and fellowship.

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Robert Jeffress Sermons

Jeffress’s sermons air on the TV and radio show “Pathway to Victory,” which broadcasts on over 1,200 TV stations in the U.S. and 28 other nations, broadcast live in 195 nations, and is heard on 900 stations. Jeffress calls himself “Trump’s Apostle” and many of his national TV appearances are political in nature rather than religious.

Robert Jeffress Political Party

Jeffress is a staunch conservative who gave Rick Perry (Governor) support in the Republican presidential primaries for the presidential nomination in the year 2012. Jeffress provoked a national controversy on October 7, 2011, after introducing Rick at the Values Voter Summit in Washington. In April 2012 during the 2008 presidential primaries, he made a statement that Mormonism contradicts Jesus Christ’s teachings. He however opposed the re-election of Obama, endorsing Romney for president.

Jeffress stated that Obama was paving the way for the Antichrist’s future reign, on Sunday, November 4, 2012, just prior to the 2012 election. He stated that no one will vote for Barrack Obama. In the year 2016, during the United States presidential election, he appeared and endorsed at rallies for Donald Trump (the Republican candidate) although he was endorsing Ben Carson initially.

Jeffress was named a member of Donald Trump’s White House Faith Initiative and Evangelical Advisory Board in June 2016. He appeared as a Fox News contributor in March 2018 to talk about allegations that Trump had an affair with Stormy Daniels (a former adult film star).

Robert Jeffress’s Views On Other Religions

Jeffress says that he believes that the teachings of Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and Mormonism reject the truth of Jesus Christ. He also believes that the adherents of other religions will not go to heaven if they do not accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior. In August 2010, he said in a sermon that Muhammad (Islam) promoted pedophilia (sexual feelings directed toward children), referring to Aisha’s age at marriage. In the same year, he also stated that Roman Catholicism is the Babylonian mystery religion’s ‘Satanic’ result.

Jeffress also once said that “Mormonism is wrong — it is a heresy from Hell’s pit, and he refers to LDS Church – the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as a ‘cult’. This made him receive widespread criticism. However, the criticism did not retract regardless the Mitt Romney’s request for him to do so.

Robert Jeffress’s Views On Social Issues

Jeffress condemned white supremacy after the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA in August 2017 that made 1 woman lose her life. He once stated that racism is repulsive and completely contradictory to God’s teaching. Jeffress also says that Christians fail to denounce racism, to embrace segregation, which is damn wrong! He has also spoken about LGBT rights. He says that gay marriage is counterfeit and that gay people are so much more prone to disease and are degrading, filthy… beyond description!

In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting in the year 2017, Jeffress appeared on FBN – Fox Business Network and stated that whatever was done in the shooting was evil, and it is real but temporary! Also, commenting on the June 2015 church shooting in Charleston, he said that the attack was “pure, unadulterated evil.” Jeffress is a great supporter of coronavirus vaccination.

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