Jimmy Swaggart's bestselling songs on Amazon.com are "Old Gospel Ship," "There Is A River," "Just As I Am," "Jesus Use Me" and "Come Holy Spirit (Move On Me)" as of April 2015. He's had multiple greatest hits albums released over the years.
Frances Anderson Swaggart, wife of evangelist Jimmy Swaggart, was born on Aug. 9, 1937. She married Swaggart in 1952 before the launch of his career in gospel music and televangelism. In 1987, her husband's radio and television empire unraveled due to his adulterous affairs.
Public records in Baton Rouge, Louisiana state that Jimmy Swaggart's home was valued at $1.5 million by the tax assessor as of 2015. Jimmy Swaggart is an American pastor, author and televangelist who has a net worth of about $1.5 million.
As of September 2015, Gabriel Swaggart is 36 years old. His date of birth is September 19, 1979. Like his father Donnie and grandfather Jimmy, Gabriel Swaggart is a minister.
Frances Anderson Swaggart was 15 years old when she married 17-year-old Jimmy Swaggart. As of 2015, they have one son, Donnie, who was named after Jimmy Swaggart's brother who died as a baby. Frances Swaggart hosts the TV show "Frances and Friends" on the SonLife Broadcasting Network.
Gospel songs by Jimmy Swaggart include "Jesus Got A Hold Of My Life," "I Shall Never Forget The Day," "The Great Physician" and "He The Pearly Gates Will Open." These songs appear on his album, "How About your Heart." Reverend Swaggart has sold more than 6 million gospel CDs around the world, as of
Jimmy Swaggart Ministries has an online store that sells music CDs, sermon CDs and DVDs, wall calendars, and books. The books available in the online store include Bibles, Bible commentary books, study guides and other literature related to Christian spirituality or biblical studies.
Those interested in learning more about Jill Swaggart can read her biography on her LinkedIn.com page and CrossfireYouthMinistries.org. Swaggart is the wife of Pastor Gabriel Swaggart and worship leader for Crossfire Youth Ministry. Their ministry is part of Jimmy Swaggart Ministries in Baton Rouge,
Gabriel Swaggart denounced the Assemblies of God in 2013 for hosting Christian hip hop artist KJ-52 at a concert for middle and high school students because KJ-52 samples secular pop artists in his music. Gabriel Swaggart is the Director of Crossfire Youth Ministries in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Tenors Robin Herd and Randy Knaps, who are singers of the Family Worship Center of the Jimmy Swaggart Ministries, sang gospel songs with Reverend Jimmy Swaggart. The ministry's TV network, SonLife Broadcasting Network, broadcasts their musical performances, and the ministry's music is also available