Judah Smith
Judah Smith
Celebrated Name: Judah Smith
Real Name/Full Name: Judah Smith
Gender: Male
Age: 42 years old
Birth Date: 9 October 1978
Birth Place: Washington, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.68 m
Weight: 73 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Chelsea Smith
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): Eliott Smith, Zion Smith, Grace Smith
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): N/A
Is Judah Smith Gay?: No
Profession: Lead Pastor
Salary: N/A
Net Worth in 2021: $60 Million
Last Updated: September 2021

Judah Smith is the lead pastor at the of The City Church in Washington in America. He is a well-known author who has published several books. Smith is also an accomplished speaker and organizes seminars and conferences all around the world. He has a unique style of delivering speeches that demystify the Bible and explain its concepts in a very simple language.

Maybe you know about Judah Smith very well, but do you know how old and tall is he, and what is his net worth in 2021? If you do not know, we have prepared this article about details of Judah Smith’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life & Biography

Judah Smith was born on 9th October 1978, in Washington, D.C. He is a seventh-generation preacher, and his father Wendell Smith was also a pastor. When he was fourteen years old, his father founded The City Church in Seattle, Washington, which was a nondenominational, evangelical church.

Smith wanted to preach from the age of nine, and he also had a supernatural encounter with Jesus at the age of sixteen.

Later, Smith joined his father in several congregations. He initially started with twenty people, and by the end of 2010, it grew by seven thousand people in more than six campuses.

Personal Life

Smith is married to his wife, Chelsea Smith. Together, they are the parents of three beautiful children, Eliott Smith, Zion Smith, Grace Smith. He is an avid golfer and likes almost all the field sports. According to him, the football team Seattle Seahawks is God’s favorite team, and he supports them in every match.

Smith is very active on all social media platforms, including Instagram, where he has more than 650k followers. He also has more than 450k followers on Instagram.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 9 October 1978, Judah Smith is 42 years old as of today’s date 17th September 2021. His height is 1.68 m tall, and his weight is 73 kg.

Career

Judah Smith started his career as a pastor at the age of nine. He followed the footsteps of his father and his family patriarchs. He was a youth preacher for more than twelve years before taking over responsibilities as pastor of The City Church in 2009.

His popularity has grown immensely in the United States traveling preaching circuit. He has a massive following of common citizens, and he also has several celebrity followers, including singer Justin Beiber. When he was young, Beiber’s mother used to play Smith’s cassettes tapes when he was falling asleep.

Smith is also a popular writer and has written several bestselling books and has received thousands of positive reviews and ratings on various social media platforms and Amazon. Some of his books include, How’s Your Soul?, Jesus is _., Life is ____., Love Like Jesus, I will Follow Jesus, and *Life is ____. Forty Day Experience, How’s Your Soul? Why Everything You Want in Life Starts with the Inside You, and many more.

Awards & Achievements

Judah Smith has not won any awards until now, but he has been able to win the heart of his fans and followers through his preaching work. He is continuously growing in his career, which will help him to earn big awards in the future.

Net Worth & Salary of Judah Smith in 2021

Judah Smith Net Worth
Judah Smith Net Worth

As of September 2021, Judah Smith has an estimated net worth of more than $60 Million. He made this huge fortune through his successful career as a pastor.

He travels across the globe to preach and deliver speeches about God and religion, which help him to earn a significant amount of wealth. He also organizes private preaching seasons for celebrities like Justin Bieber and others.

Smith also earns money through his books as he has sold more than 10 million copies of them in both online and offline mediums. Some of his bestselling books include I Will Follow Jesus, How’s Your Soul?, Jesus is_, Love Like Jesus, and many more.

Judah Smith is one of the most popular pastors in the United States. He started his career at a very young age and has been able to make a name for himself through his hard work and dedication. He has been able to make a huge fan following all over the world through his preaching work.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Bells and whistles church for those who like this kind. If you like me have grown weary of having pastors manipulate attendees into giving money, just keep your guard up to make sure you want to stay. I dove right in but regret getting my heart involved as today the pastor separated us. Those who are giving are extraordinary. Well the folks on the other side were left without any title. I will never be extraordinary enough to attend this “cool” church I already know, but I did try to reach out before I left. All I got was a response of defense that pastor didn’t do what I was inferring. Listen to the message 10.25 to judge for yourself. Part of what I said, ” I beg and plead on a platform like this please do not guilt people into giving. tithing with a grudge prevents blessings from God. He only wants cheerful givers and believe me I am. when I have it to give. I pray this badgering is not a common practice, but on this topic: the best approach I’ve ever witnessed is when a pastor said our boxes are in the back. we only want cheerful givers. all others we are willing to return your money if you realize you did not give cheerfully. That was Biblical what he said. However if guilting works for Churchome like it does for so many other pastors out there, you are personally responsible for robbing the tither of their blessing cuz God don’t want no giver who didn’t give from the heart. That money is no longer tithing; it’s now better coined “membership fee”. the last few weeks were fun, but I refuse to be cajoled into being obedient to my God. That’s His job thank you very much! And all this attention to Black Lives Matter???? Are you only seeking the wealthy side of BLM to cater to? Not sure if you all realized but poverty is rampant amongst the Black community? Are these the folks you are catering to or just those who are Black but who can also pay to attend your church too? I do question the motive behind your sudden interest in a plight that is older than you and your daddy, but then suddenly now that it’s popular you are all over it? A little fishy if you ask me, but God is your judge not me. Just as He is the one who convicts my soul to tithe, NOT YOU!

  2. Well it certainly is an interesting approach! Given that MisterJudah has amassed over 60 million dollars! I must wonder why HE doesn’t give away some of his money to do good. There are pastors..for example…Charles Stanley..who have worked their entire life and never accrued this kind of wealth. Oh wait…that’s why we go after the celebs? The rich and famous who can be guilted into huge tithes?! Oh that can’t be right. And can’t miss the connection between these pastors…Chad Veach…Carl Lentz (now disgraced)…these churches seem to be popping up all over the place. But alas..boy there are problems. Hillsong now looking into all kinds of abuses. Very sad. Cult like following. Wake up Christians!

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