Quick Facts of James Robison
|Full Name||James Robison|
|Date of Birth||1943 /10 /09|
|Birthplace||Pasadena, Texas, U.S.|
|Profession||pastor, televangelist, theologian, author|
|Hair colour||Black and Pepper|
|Education||East Texas Baptist College|
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The Houston, Texas native, James Robison is well recognized as an American televangelist and the founder of the Christain relief organization, Life Outreach International. From 1965 to 1980, James served as a Southern Baptist evangelist and later turned into Charismatic.
As of now, James vocals as the co-host of a daily syndicated television program, LIFE Today. With his popularity, he has gained huge fan followings of more than 21.7K on his Twitter account.
James Robison’s Bio, Wiki (Family)
James Robison was born on October 9, 1943, in Pasadena, Texas, United States of America. He was born under the birth sign Libra. James was raised by his single mother, Myra Wattinger. When he was 14-year-old, he was adopted by a local area pastor, H.D. Hale, and his wife into their church services.
Regarding Robinson’s educational qualifications, he graduated from East Texas Baptist College. He also served as a Southern Baptist evangelist and later turned into Charismatic from 1965 to 1980. In 1965, he graduated with honors from Middle Tennessee State University.
After completing his graduation James started his career as a television ministry in the daily television program LIFE Today and went into full-time tv ministry through the Rev. Dr. Billy Graham, in 1968. In the early 1980s, Robinson eventually rose to become one of the popular and important conservatives religious leader in politics. However, in the mid-1980s, he abruptly departed from his political activities. Later, he back to his own church community.
Similarly, James’ daily tv program, LIFE Today, aired around the world on several tv networks both secular and Christian. It was also on internet podcasts, as well as the Life Outreach International official website. The guest in the show includes Robert Duvall, George W. Bush, Randy Travis, and many other Christain celebrities.
In 1974, the James Evangelistic Association purchased a hunting and fishing lodge near Hawkins, Texas. There the association developed into Brookhaven Retreat, a not-for-profit Christain camp and retreat center.
As of 2018, he has published dozens of books including True Prosperity, Thank God I’m Free and My Father’s Face, The Absolutes: Freedom’s Only Hope (Tyndale House), and many more.
James Robison’s Net Worth, Salary & House
The 75-year-old James collects the lucrative part of net worth as an American televangelist and pastor. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the yearly salary of the evangelist is estimated to be around $32,000. As James is a founder of James Robison Evangelistic Association, he must also gather an impressive amount of money.
Whereas, as per the indeed.com, a pastor in Texas collects an average salary of $45,818 per annum. However, the information about his net worth is under review. With his tremendous sum, he is living a lavish life in a beautiful house. So far, he has never talked about his house in the media.
James Robison’s Personal Life (Daughter)
The founder of the Christain relief organization, Robison is a married man. He first met his life partner Betty Freeman while attending the Vacation Bible School, Pasadena High School in California. Later, James tied a knot with Betty in 1963 when he was just 20 years old.
Spending the up and downs, the couple savors more than five and a half decade of togetherness which stood as a relationship goals to others.
Similarly, the duo is blessed with three children. Sadly, one of their daughters, Robin Robison died due to cancer on 28 December 2012. The couple’s daughter was the mother of three and battled cancer for seven years. Additionally, James shared a heartfelt tribute to his daughter on his blog entitled A Tribute to Robin. In the Christain literature, they shared the key to their enthralling marriage and how they emphasize God at the center of marriage.