Published On: Wed, Oct 18th, 2017

Joel Osteen Net Worth; How Much Is Joel Osteen Net Worth?

Joel Osteen Net Worth in 2018: $40 Million

Joel Osteen is known as bestselling author in the world, he is an American writer, televangelist, media personality, Evangelist, preacher, pastor and producer; according to different estimates his total net worth is $40 million in 2018.


The best-selling author Joel Scott Osteen was born in Houston, Texas on March 5, 1963 to John Osteen and Dolores while his father was a famous pastor.

He took early education of preacher from his father while after his graduation he studied the radio and television communications at Oral Roberts University but unfortunately he didn’t manage to get the graduation degree.

After return he founded the Lakewood’s television program in 1982 through which his father sermons programs televised until January 1999 for seven years.

His father many of times said to him for preaching but every times he denied while later he started his career as a preacher for his sermon but after the six days of his this work his father died.

He became regular to preach his sermons and on October 3, 1999 he was appointed as new senior pastor of Lakewood Church which helped the church to increase the strength from 5,000 to 43,000.

After a lot of success, everyone can seen his Lakewood Church broadcast from more than 100 countries which is a big achievement.

While according to estimates 7 million people per week and 20 million per month are seeing the Osteen’s weekly TV sermons and this average is increasing with the passage of days.

He released his first book in 2004 “Your Best Life Now” which is known as a positive-thinking book, for 200 weeks it remained at top of the New York Times Best Seller list and now his total net worth is $40 million while most of his fortunes come from the selling of the books.

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