T.D. Jakes Net Worth

T.D. Jakes Net Worth : $18 Million


An American Evangelist, Speaker, Author and Life Coach



Source of Wealth


Date of Birth

June 9, 1957


Graduated from West Virginia State University

Marital Status




T.D.Jakes’ Income & Total Net Worth

Jake is the chief bishop of The Potter’s House, which is the main source of his $18 million net worth. His sermons and church services are telecasted on “The Potter’s Touch” that airs on The Miracle Channel in Canada, the Trinity Broadcasting Network and Black Entertainment Channel. He is also an author of over 30 books. Some of his books have also enlisted on the New York Times’ best-selling books.

Business Investments

The business investments of T.D. Jake include his company T.D. Jakes Enterprise, which he established in 1995, and was converted into TDJ Enterprise in 2005. This company engages in various fields, like film and television production, publishing, music, live events, and investments.

Properties: Private Fortune

In mid 90’s, he purchased a grand mansion worth $600,000, having facilities like the bowling alley and a swimming pool.

He also possesses fancy cars, like Limousine, and wears a nickel sized diamond ring.

T.D. Jakes’ Career

He was born in West Virginia in 1957. He is the chief bishop of The Potters’ House, which has almost 30,000 members. His teachings and sermons are telecasted on various channels in Canada.

Jake has written several books, many of which have been listed as New York Times bestsellers. Some of his books are- Loved by God, Positioning Yourself to Prosper, His Lady, The Greatest Investment, etc. He is also an actor and film producer. His filmography includes Jumping the Broom, Not Easily Broken, Woman Thou Art Loosed, Sparkle, and many more.

He also runs a business and is the chairperson of TDJ Enterprises.

Awards and Honours

T.D. Jakes received 13 doctorates and honorary degrees. For his album, Life at The Potter’s House, he was nominated for Dove and Grammy Award. He was listed among “Top 10 Religious Leaders” of America by Ethics Newsweekly and PBS Religion.