David Jeremiah
David Jeremiah
Celebrated Name: David Jeremiah
Real Name/Full Name: David Paul Jeremiah
Gender: Male
Age: 83 years old
Birth Date: 13 February 1941
Birth Place: Toledo, Ohio, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.70 m
Weight: 75 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Donna Jeremiah (m. 1963)
Children: Yes (Daniel Jeremiah, Jan Jeremiah, Jennifer Jeremiah, David Michael)
Profession: American conservative evangelical Christian author, founder of Turning Point Radio and Television Ministries and senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church
Net Worth in 2024: $25 million
Last Updated: June 2024

David Paul Jeremiah is a New York Times best-selling author. He is an Evangelical Christian who is also a conservative. He also founded the Turning Point Radio and Television Ministries. Apart from all this, he is a pastor. He belongs to the Shadow Mountain Community Church, located in a suburb of San Diego.

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Early Life

Jeremiah was born on February 13, 1941, in the city of Toledo in Ohio. He completed his graduation from Cedarville University in the year 1963 and obtained his master’s degree from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1967. In 1981, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity from Cedarville.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 13 February 1941, David Jeremiah is 83 years old as of today’s date 22nd June 2024. His height is 1.70 m tall, and his weight is 75 kg.


In 1981, he became the pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church after Tim LaHaye stepped down. His connection to the Church is what led to the establishment of the church’s affiliation to Southern Baptist Convention.

The following year, Jeremiah started the Turning Point Ministries, which took the bible on to a multi-media platform. Turning Point is a radio program that runs for the duration of half an hour and airs Jeremiah’s sermons. In 2000, Turning Point Ministries even developed its television program. The program features Bible study, preaching, and worship music.

Turning Point airs on over two thousand stations worldwide. It is accessible to over 480 million people and around 2.7 billion homes.

Apart from this, Jeremiah is the author of various books on theology and morality. He has been the author and has been a collaborator in over fifty countries.

In 1994 and 1998, doctors found him to be suffering from lymphoma. He underwent extensive surgery and also stemmed from cell transplant therapy.

His current job is to be a part of President Donald Trump’s evangelical advisory board.

He published “The Jeremiah Study Bible: NKJV” in 2013, which has sold 340,000 copies since then.

He released his latest book, Is This The End? Signs of God’s Providence in a Disturbing New World, in 2016, which appeared in the New York Times Best Seller’s list, the USA Today’s Best Seller’s list as well as the Wall Street Journal’s Best Seller’s list.

Jeremiah has several other popular books to his credit, which talk about the teachings from the Bible. For instance, ‘Slaying The Giants In Your Life’ that came out in the 2009 talks about how we must fight the ones who are challenging our current beliefs. This book takes up several real-life stories to help teach the readers properly.

Similarly, books like Living With Confidence In A Chaotic World and Agents of the Apocalypse offer several teachings by taking examples from the Bible and real life. Out of the 54 books written by Jeremiah, some other popular ones are God Loves You: He Always Has – He Always Will, The Jeremiah Study Bible (also termed as a legacy resource), The Coming Economic Armageddon: What Bible Prophecy Warns About the New Global Economy, etc.

Awards & Achievement

In 1998, his book, Prayer – The Great Adventure, won the Gold Medallion Award for Best Christian Living Book. In 2003, his book, My Heart’s Desire, won the Gold Medallion Award for Best Inspirational Book.

Net Worth & Salary of David Jeremiah in 2024

David Jeremiah Net Worth
David Jeremiah Net Worth

As of June 2024, David has an estimated net worth of $25 million. His revenue stems from his inspirational books and his sermons that have inspired millions of people.

David Jeremiah is an enormously successful author, as well as an excellent pastor. He is respected by his parishioners as well as by his readers. His books are extremely well written and have deservedly won their spot on the bestseller lists.





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  2. Cannot understand that any evangelist could be connected to Donald Trump. I have a high respect for all real Christian’s of which Donald Trump is not. He has admitted he does not believe in anything he cannot see. He is in my opinion Satan in disguise. Dr Jeremiah is one of the most beautiful people I know and trust. He has helped me come closer to our lord and I look forward to seeing him on TV any chance I get . I am 88 years of age and thru the dear Lord I live a very healthy life. We reap what we sew and Trump will find that out the hard way. MAY God bless you all and keep you safe from harm and this horrible virus and continue to be good Christian’s., sincerely,

    • I could not agree more. I look around at all these pastors and it’s hard to see Jesus in them. This man is worth over 25 million dollars. I guess the part about the rich in the bible doesn’t apply to them. I’ve no problem with making a living and prospering and doing well for ones self. The problem comes when there is so much damn suffering and these guys live in mansions, have yachts, travel in private planes, stay at grand hotels in far away places, and all the other things that seem to be part of the life of these guys. Imagine what the world, whom they are supposedly trying to reach, looks at them and sees nothing different in them, I can’t imagine them seeing Jesus, not the bible Jesus anyway. The fact that Donald Trump was hailed as some type of messiah by “Christians”, and not the two bit grifter he is, is disgusting. I’ll follow Jesus, the rest of these guys are just men and not good ones either.

      • My question is what does a Christian act like? You shall know them by their fruits the Bible says. I am asking the same questions. Why would Christians support people who are not honest people or even get involved publicly with politics. Say what we believe in but stay away from personalities. And wealth is ok but 25 million?

    • It’s better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool than open it and remove all doubt. There are TDS therapy groups forming in your neighborhood. You better hurry, they’re filling up fast, snowflake.

  3. I listened to a message of David Jeremiah this evening on line with some friends of mine.
    It was very good. We think we may watch some more in the coming weeks. One of my friends brought to the attention of the rest of us that David is worth millions of dollars. When I got home,
    got onto my computer to see what his net worth is, & found it to be $25 million dollars.
    My question is how do preachers make such wealth {& there are many more who are richer than this} & how do they justify having such wealth tucked away when they could be putting a large amount of it back into the Kingdom of God & the preaching of the Gospel. Surely no-one needs that sort of wealth to live day to day.

    • I have been watching and listening to Dr. David Jeremiah for quite some time and have felt his ministry is faithful and authentic. My husband goes out of the room when I want to watch so I asked him why.. He remarked he doesn’t watch pastors who make millions of dollars and live in mansions; while this did not occur to me regarding Dr. Jeremiah I do wonder how he feels about this. I wish He would address this to somehow help those that do respect him understand. I know there must be a lot of expenses and he puts a lot of time as well as himself into his work but from reading what I have just read others have this same concern. We know what the Bible says about a rich man going to heaven and I know he knows it too. Please shed some light on this subject.

  4. Replying to Ann Roberts.

    There are many ways David Jeremiah has become wealthy. Below is a synopsis:

    1) He has dedicated his life to Jesus Christ and the Gospel message!
    2) In 1981 he became the Pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church. A church, obviously blessed, by the Lord.
    3) In 1982 he started Turning Point Ministries for radio then branching into TV which allows the Gospel Message to be heard daily by millions.
    4) All the while he has written fifty four books (with some appearing on best seller lists) including the The Jeremiah Study Bible (with over 1/3 of a million sold).

    2 Corinthians 9:8
    And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you, always having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work.

    The Lord has blessed Dr. Jeremiah and I believe he has used his “abundance” wisely.

    We should remember that net worth includes everything (assets minus liabilities). How much of this “net worth” is ministry related? I don’t know nor do you.

    Dr. Jeremiah is eighty years old, if he was just concerned with his personal luxury and ego he could have stopped ministering long ago. I believe someday the Lord will say to David Jeremiah “well done good and faithful servant”.

    Thank you Lord for Dr. Jeremiah’s ministry. Amen

  5. Dr. Jeremiah is the best preaching/teaching pastor I have ever heard. His $25 million is for his ministry and employees. He does not live like a wealthy man.
    BTW…those who communicate in all caps should leave the room.


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