Lowell Lundstrom

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Lowell Lundstrom (1939-2012) was an American evangelist and musician.


Lundstrom was born on November 28, 1939 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At the age of 14 he started a rock and roll band where the same year he met Connie Brown, who became his future wife. He began his work as a minister on April 7, 1957 at Sisseton, South Dakota and married Connie seven days later. In 1996, he and other members of his family founded Celebration Church in Minneapolis and became a minister there. Throughout 50 years he got million of followers and produced 600 gospel songs and 60 albums for which he was commemorated in Minnesota Music Hall of Fame in 2005.[1] He died from Parkinson’s disease on July 20, 2012[2] in Savage, Minnesota at the age of 72.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Musician, Evangelist Lowell Lundstrom Passes at 72". Charisma News. July 23, 2012. Retrieved September 11, 2013. 
  2. ^ Paul Walsh (July 26, 2012). "Obituary: Preacher Lowell Lundstrom had knack for spectacular". Star Tribune. Retrieved September 11, 2013.