What is David Jeremiah Net Worth?

David Jeremiah Net Worth is US$ 50 Million as of 2022.

Net WorthUS$ 50 Million
Born:February 13, 1941 (83 Years)
Also known asDr. Jeremiah
Height5′ 6″
Country of OriginToledo, Ohio, The United States
ProfessionPastor, Shadow Mountain Community Church, Founder, Turning Point Radio and Television Ministries, Author
Marital StatusMarried
SpousesDonna Jeremiah (m. 1963)
ChildrenJanice Dodge (Daughter), David Michael Jeremiah (Son), Jennifer Sanchez(Daughter), Daniel Jeremiah (Son)
Famous ForPrayer-The Greatest Adventure (1998), My Heart’s Desire (2003)


David Jeremiah, an American pastor, and the author, has a net worth of US$ 50 million. He was born in February 1941 in Toledo, Ohio. He is currently the senior pastor of “El Cajon’s Shadow Mountain Community.” Jeremiah also founded “Television Ministries” and “Turning Point Radio”. After graduating from Cedarville University, he attended Dallas Theological Seminary to earn his master’s degree. He was named senior pastor of Community Church in 1981 and helped the congregation join the SBC.

He established Turning Point Ministries in 1982. It has more than 480 million listeners worldwide and is broadcast on over 2,000 television stations. David Jeremiah, a nine-time New York Times bestseller, has over 50 books including “Prayer: My Heart’s Desire” and “The Greatest Adventure”. He is on President Trump’s evangelical advisory panel.

Early Life

David Jeremiah was born in Toledo, Ohio on February 13, 1941. He is now 81 years old and holds American citizenship.

His family, which included three siblings, moved from Texas to Ohio when his father was appointed pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church. His family then moved to Cedarville in Ohio where his father was elected president of Cedarville College (now Cedarville University).

Cedarville College awarded David Jeremiah his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1963. He married Donna Thompson, his college sweetheart, in the same year. He also received a master’s in Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary that same year.

He then completed graduate work at Grace Seminary (1972). Cedarville awarded him an honorary Doctorate of Divinity degree in 1981.


David Jeremiah took over as “Shadow Mountain Community Church” pastor in 1981 after Tim LaHaye retired. His relationship with the Church led the church to be affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention.

David Jeremiah started “Turning Point Ministries” back in 1982. He has won numerous awards for Turning Point’s program. It is currently available on more than 2000 TV stations and is heard by more than 480 Mn listeners.

David has written over 50 books, including “Prayer–The Greatest Adventure (my heart’s desire)” and “My Heart’s Desire (my heart’s desire)”, and is a 9-time New York Times Bestseller. He also serves on President Donald Trump’s evangelical advisory committee.

David published “The Jeremiah Study Bible NKJV” in 2013, which sold 340,000 copies.

David published “Agents of the Apocalypse: A Riveting Look at the Key Players of the End Times.” in 2014.

David published “The Heart of Jesus.” in 2014.

David published “Is This the End? Signs of God’s Providence in a Disturbing New World.” in 2016.

David published “A Life Beyond Amazing.” in 2017.

David published “Everything You Need.” in 2019.

David published “Shelter in God: Your Refuge in Times of Trouble.” in 2020.

David published “Where Do We Go from Here? How Tomorrow’s Prophecies Foreshadow Today’s Problems.” in 2021.

Personal Life

David Jeremiah is happily married to Donna Jeremiah. They were married in 1963. They had four children, Daniel Jeremiah and Jan Jeremiah; Jennifer Jeremiah, and David Michael.


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

Awards and Honors


San Diego Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Emmy for outstanding programming in the religious category..


The National Religious Broadcasters’ Broadcaster of the Year Award.


  • North Carolina Christian Radio Stations Award of Excellence in Christian Radio Ministry.
  • Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for outstanding achievement in the religious program category.


Western Chapter of National Religious Broadcasters’ Award of Merit for Excellence in Broadcasting and Faithfulness in Service.


National Religious Broadcasters’ Media Award for Best Radio Teaching Program.


G. Campbell Morgan Preaching Award.


Recipient of a 2009 Retailers Choice Award in the category of Church & Culture for What in the World is Going On?


Recipient of a 2010 Retailers Choice Award in the category of Christian Living for Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World.


Served as Honorary Chairman of National Day of Prayer Task Force.


Recipient of The Illumination Book Awards, Silver award in Spirituality for Ever Faithful. 2020- National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Hall of Fame Award and NRB President’s Award.


Highlights of David Jeremiah’s career:


  • Philippians: Twenty-Six Daily Bible Studies (1983)
  • Turning Toward Joy/Philippians. (1992)
  • The Handwriting on the Wall. (1992)
  • Turning Toward Integrity. (1993)
  • Acts of Love (1994)
  • What the Bible Says About Angels. (1996)
  • Invasion of Other Gods. (1996)
  • The Power of Encouragement. (1997)
  • Gifts from God: Encouragement and Hope for Today’s Parents. (1999)
  • Escape the Coming Night. (2001)
  • A Life Beyond Amazing. (2017)
  • Everything You Need. (2019)
  • Shelter in God: Your Refuge in Times of Trouble. (2020)
  • Where Do We Go from Here? How Tomorrow’s Prophecies Foreshadow Today’s Problems. (2021)


  • 9/11: Our Nation’s Emergency Call
  • A Bend in the Road: Experiencing God When Your World Caves in
  • Best of Christian Living, with Josh McDowell, Ken Hutcherson, and Tim Lahaye
  • Jesus’ Final Warning: Hearing Christ’s Voice in the Midst of Chaos
  • What the Bible Says About Angels
  • Prayer, the Great Adventure
  • Fathers and Daughters
  • Christians Have Stress Too
  • Raising Well Adjusted Kids (Focus on the Family), with Joe White and James Dobson

Favorite Quotes from David Jeremiah

Favorite Quote 1 from David Jeremiah

“We cannot understand where we are now if we don’t understand where we are going.”

David Jeremiah 
Favorite Quote 2 from David Jeremiah

“We are not saved by good works, but we are saved for good works, and the Gospel is a transforming agent in our lives.”

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Favorite Quote 3 from David Jeremiah

“The mind is the most critical part of spiritual warfare. Without the active engagement of the mind—learning, thinking, discerning, understanding, deciding, committing—we are doomed to spiritual defeat by Satan. That is why the Bible speaks of the mind and thinking so often (nearly 150 times).”

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Favorite Quote 4 from David Jeremiah

“To accomplish anything extraordinary you must blend desire for the goal with the will to take action to achieve it. This is how you commit to making yourself do what’s right, whether you feel like it or not. The key is self-control.”

David Jeremiah

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the net worth of David Jeremiah?

The net worth of Davis Jeremiah is US$ 50 million.

How old is David Jeremiah now?

David Jeremiah is 81 years old.

What is the profession of David Jeremiah?

He is an American conservative evangelical Christian author, founder of turning point radio and television ministries, and senior pastor of shadow mountain community church.

Where is the birthplace of David Jeremiah?

The birthplace of David Jeremiah is Toledo, Ohio, United States.

Who are Jeremiah’s children?

David Jeremiah has four children named Daniel Jeremiah, Jan Jeremiah, Jennifer Jeremiah, and David Michael.


David Jeremiah was born on February 13, 1941, in Toledo, Ohio. He is the senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community in El Cajon, California. Jeremiah is on President Trump’s evangelical advisory panel. His ministry has more than 480 million listeners worldwide and is broadcast on 2,000 television stations. He has written over 50 books, including “Prayer-The Greatest Adventure (my heart’s desire)” and “My Heart’s Desire.”

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