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Robert Jeffress Net Worth is
$17 Million

Robert Jeffress Quick Facts

Robert Jeffress
Robert Jeffress speaking at the 2011 Values Voter Summit
BornRobert James Jeffress, Jr.
(1955-11-29) November 29, 1955 (age 61)
Alma materBaylor University
Dallas Theological Seminary
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
OccupationPastor of First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas
Political partyRepublican
Spouse(s)Amy Lyon Renard Jeffress
ChildrenJulia S. Jeffress
Dorothy Fielder Jeffress

Robert Jeffress Biography

Robert James Jeffress, Jr. (born November 29, 1955) is an American Southern Baptist (Evangelical) pastor, author, and radio and television host. Jeffress hosts the program, Pathway to Victory, which is broadcast on more than 1,200 television stations in the United States and 28 other countries. He also has a daily radio program, Pathway to Victory, heard on 764 stations. He is the pastor of the 12,000 member First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas.


Jeffress's father was Robert Jeffress, Sr. (1925–1990). Jeffress and his wife, the former Amy Lyon Renard, have two daughters, Julia Sue Jeffress and Dorothy Fielder Jeffress. Jeffress received a Bachelor of Science degree from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, a Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Jeffress grew up under pastor W. A. Criswell of First Baptist Dallas and cites him as an influence on his own ministry. In 2006, Jeffress received the Daniel Award from Vision America. On August 12, 2007, he was elected pastor of First Baptist Dallas, a megachurch with 11,000 members. He succeeded Mac Brunson. Previously, Jeffress had been the pastor of First Baptist Church in Wichita Falls. On January 20, 2017, Jeffress preached the sermon at a private service at St. John’s Episcopal Church, attended by President-elect Donald Trump, on the day of the latter's Inauguration. He has been described as "one of Mr Trump’s favourite pastors".

Views on homosexuality

An outspoken opponent of same-sex marriage, Jeffress has described such marriages as being "counterfeit." While a pastor in Wichita Falls in 1998, Jeffress sought to have two children's books about children with gay or lesbian parents removed from the public library by checking out the books and paying for them rather than returning them to be recirculated. Following publication of the story by news media, the library received multiple copies of the books as donations a