Michael Youssef
Michael Youssef
Celebrated Name: Michael Youssef
Real Name/Full Name: Michael Youssef
Gender: Male
Age: 75 years old
Birth Date: 25th September 1948
Birth Place: Egypt
Nationality: Egyptian-American
Height: 1.8m
Weight: 82kgs
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Elizabeth Youssef
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): Yes
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): N/A
Is Michael Youssef Gay?: No
Profession: Pastor, author
Salary: N/A
Net Worth in 2024: $5 Million
Last Updated: June 2024

Michael is An American pastor and televangelist who has been travelling all over the world preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. He preaches with the Church of the Apostles in Atlanta, Georgia, which he founded in 1987.

Michael has traveled all over the world, teaching people about evangelism, a topic that is very dear to. This is because he believes it not for evangelism; he couldn’t have heard the good news about the gospel and convert from Islam to Christianity. He spends most of his time preaching the gospel in his church and Leading the Way ministry.

Maybe you know about Michael Youssef very well, but do you know how old and tall is he and what is his net worth in 2024? If you do not know, we have prepared this article about details of Michael Youssef’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

Michael Youssef is an American pastor born in Egypt on 25th September 1948. He was born into a family that practiced Islam faith before converting to Christianity when he was a teenager. In his youth, he went to Lebanon before going to Australia for further studies. In Australia, he didn’t stay for long as he migrated to the United States in 1977.

In Australia, he studied theology at Moore Theological College and was ordained as a gospel minister. In the US, he continued his studies at Fuller Theological Seminary located in California and Emory University, which is located in Georgia, earning additional degrees.

Personal Life

While studying in Australia, he met a lady by the name Elizabeth who he fell in love with. After dating for some time, the two got married in 1971. Six years after their marriage, he migrated with his family to the US and got his US citizenship in 1984. Their union is blessed with four children who are all grown and have families of their own. Michael and his wife are also grandparents to eight grandchildren.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 25th September 1948, Michael Youssef is 75 years old as of today’s date 16th June 2024. His height is 1.8m tall, and his weight is 82 kg.


After relocating to the United States in 1977, Michael had a calling to serve people of God in the ministry through preaching. He joined Haggai Institute, where he worked for around nine years. His work entailed travelling around the globe is preaching and teaching evangelism courses to church ministers. In 1987, he founded the Church of Apostles, located in Atlanta, Georgia. At the time, he had only 28 members, and they used to meet at a local school.

Since then, the church has grown rapidly with a congregation of almost 5000 people. Michael believes call is to reach everyone, including Muslims. This pushed him to found Leading The Way ministry in 1988, with its main objective being to reach Muslims who are in the Middle East. Michael is also an author and has published more than 35 books.

Awards & Achievements

There is no known award or nomination Michael has received so far. The reason being his work is in ministry to serve people through spreading the true gospel of Jesus Christ. His paramount reward will come from God, who will reward him for the good work he has done here on earth.

Net Worth & Salary of Michael Youssef in 2024

Michael Youssef Net Worth
Michael Youssef Net Worth

Michael is a career preacher, and all he has done in his life is preach all over the world. He also authored more than 35 books to inspire and spiritually nourish people hungry for the true gospel. As of June 2024, his estimated net worth is around $5 million.

Michael Youssef doesn’t believe in same-sex marriage as he believes it is an abomination and goes against the word of God. He believes the society began to collapse when the church started ignoring God’s authority. To avert God’s anger, he believes the church needs to repent and go back to God.


      • Many, many churches are performibg same sex marriages. Many American main stream churches now perform same sex marriages, have openly homosexual ministers and the list goes on and on.


        Further, statistixally speaking, 52% of American self proclaimed Chrstians beleive that certain non-Christian religeons can be a path to God amd 80% of them beleive that any religion can lead to God while Jesua said “I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. “

  1. Many churches have “gone off the rails”, so to speak. When they no longer preach the Word of God as it is written and start to change it to meet their needs, then they are ignoring God’s authority. “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for instruction, for conviction, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be complete, fully equipped for every good work.”
    2 Timothy 3:16-17

  2. Amen and praise and glory to Jesus our soon coming king. Truly our father is looking for true believers, those who worship him in spirit and in truth. The gospel of the kingdom of god should be every believers first priority. Our eternity is our free will choice. Matt 6:33. Seek ye (you) the kingdom of god FIRST. Jesus said his purpose when he was here on earth was to preach the kingdom of god that’s the main reason god sent him to ALL human race. Luke 4:33
    So hearing, believing, receiving and repentance. Then live it.

  3. The New Testament (NT) makes it abundantly clear that to become a follower of Christ one must be “born again”; immersed into water as the death of our Lord, to arise a new creature. Where is the need in any of the good Dr’s references does this appear? Nowhere that I can find. Beware of false prophets as the NT has warned us. Do not be deceived by them out of emotionalism. Your very eternity will depend on you understanding the NT and not the 99% truth of mere men, leaving out the very important 1% that will either save you or condemn you. Please read the entire New Testament and understand truthfully everything we were TOLD TO DO in order to be saved.

    • If u r saying u need to be baptized to be saved then what about the thief on the cross with Jesus. He didn’t go to church, didn’t have time to be baptized, and yet Christ said to him “today u will be with me in Paradise (heaven)”.

  4. just try to do everything the new testament says you should. You cant. If we could be saved through works the Isrealites would have been saved by their works and we would not have needed a sacrifice. You would have to be perfect to do everything the new testament says and we obviously are not. Isaiah says our “ALL our righteousness is as filthy rags.” and the Apostle Paul says “what I dont want to do is what I practice”.

  5. I am so blessed to have found Dr. Youssef on TV and now on the internet, having his teachings broadcast. So understandable and Biblical, and standing “on the firm foundation” as found in God’s Word.
    Thank you for spreading the WORD here and all over the world. May God continue to bless your ministry.

  6. Pastors should live with minimal need for money and material things. If Dr.Youssef was a true man of GOD he would give up all of his money and property. He is out for himself just like all greedy people.
    He doesn’t believe in what he is preaching. He is a con artist. The good lord will have the last word!

  7. I love hearing you on BOTT RADIO NETWORK and have benefitted greatly.
    I am writing to my favorite ministers a WARNING…that $5,000,000 you have taken for yourself was NOT DONATED ..TO YOU..IT WAS GIVEN FOR THE LORD’S WORK.
    There is always a call for money after each of your messages..I live on Social Security..I don’t think you should ask for money until your coffer is empty like mine.
    I don’t want you to hear…”Depart from Me I never knew you”.
    Very Sincerely, Sussanne Small RN


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