David Jeremiah

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David Jeremiah
Born David Paul Jeremiah
(1941-02-13) February 13, 1941 (age 75)
Toledo, Ohio, United States
Residence El Cajon, California
Nationality American
Education Dallas Theological Seminary, Masters Degree
Cedarville University, Bachelors Degree
Occupation Pastor, Shadow Mountain Community Church
Founder, Turning Point Radio and Television Ministries
Author
Religion Evangelical Christian-Baptist
Spouse(s) Donna (Thompson) Jeremiah
Children 4
Daniel Jeremiah
Website davidjeremiah.org

David Paul Jeremiah (born February 13, 1941) is a conservative evangelical Christian author, founder of Turning Point Radio and Television Ministries and senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church, a Baptist church in El Cajon, California, a suburb of San Diego.

Biography[edit]

Jeremiah was born in Toledo, Ohio in 1941 to Ruby Jeremiah and James T. Jeremiah, a Baptist pastor and former president of Cedarville University.[1]

Jeremiah earned a bachelor's degree from Cedarville University (1963) and a master's degree from Dallas Theological Seminary (1967). Cedarville presented him with an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree in 1981.[2]

Jeremiah succeeded Tim LaHaye as Shadow Mountain Community Church's senior pastor in 1981. Jeremiah's leadership of the church has led it to become affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention.

In 1982, Jeremiah founded Turning Point Ministries which focuses on multi-media Bible instruction. Its flagship program is Turning Point, a half-hour radio program that airs Jeremiah's sermons. Turning Point can be heard worldwide on more than 2000 stations, as well as online. Jeremiah has won awards over the years through the Turning Point program, such as the 2006 National Religious Broadcasters award for Best Radio Teaching Program.[3] Turning Point Ministries also developed a national television program in 2000. The television program features a 30-minute Bibles study followed by an hour of preaching and worship music.

In addition to being a pastor and leading Turning Point Ministries, Jeremiah is the author of numerous books on Christian theology and morality. Prayer – The Great Adventure won the 1998 Gold Medallion Award for Best Christian Living Book[4] and My Heart's Desire won the 2003 Gold Medallion Award for Best Inspirational Book[5]

In 1994 and again in 1998, Jeremiah was diagnosed with lymphoma. In 1999, a nodule was surgically removed from his neck and he underwent stem cell transplant therapy.[6]

Jeremiah's son, Daniel, is a former NFL scout, and is currently an analyst with the NFL Network. [7][8]

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

  • David Jeremiah; "Philippians: Twenty-Six Daily Bible Studies" 1983, B C M Publications ISBN 0-86508-208-1
  • David Jeremiah and C.C. Carlson; "The Handwriting on the Wall" 1992, W Publishing Group (256 pages) ISBN 0-8499-3365-X
  • David Jeremiah; "Turning Toward Joy/Philippians" 1992, Chariot Victor Publishing (237 pages) ISBN 1-56476-009-X
  • David Jeremiah; "Turning Toward Integrity" 1993, Chariot Victor Publishing (238 pages) ISBN 1-56476-070-7
  • David Jeremiah; "Acts of Love" 1994, Vision House, (204 pages)" ISBN 1-885305-00-1
  • David Jeremiah and C.C. Carlson; "Invasion of Other Gods" 1996, W Publishing Group (240 pages) ISBN 0-8499-3987-9
  • David Jeremiah; "What the Bible Says About Angels" 1996, Multnomah (222 pages) ISBN 0-88070-902-2 (Paperback ISBN 1-57673-336-X)
  • David Jeremiah; "The Power of Encouragement" 1997, Multnomah ISBN 1-57673-135-9
  • David Jeremiah; "Gifts from God: Encouragement and Hope for Today's Parents" 1999, Chariot Victor Publishing (240 pages) ISBN 1-56476-766-3
  • David Jeremiah; "Escape the Coming Night" 2001, W Publishing Group (276 pages) ISBN 0-8499-4368-X
  • David Jeremiah; "Stories of Hope from a Bend in the Road" 2001, J. Countryman (128 pages) ISBN 0-8499-5708-7
  • David Jeremiah; "Until I Come" 2001, W Publishing Group (212 pages) ISBN 0-8499-4275-6
  • David Jeremiah; "A Bend in the Road: Finding God When Your World Caves In" 2002, W Publishing Group (208 pages) ISBN 0-8499-4333-7
  • David Jeremiah; "Sanctuary: Finding Moments of Refuge in the Presence of God" 2002, Integrity Publishers (384 pages) ISBN 1-59145-023-3
  • David Jeremiah; "His Majesty's Melody" 2003, Integrity Publishers (40 pages) ISBN 1-59145-046-2
  • David Jeremiah; "The Things That Matter: Living a Life of Purpose Until Christ Returns" 2003, W Publishing Group (96 pages) ISBN 0-8499-1794-8
  • David Jeremiah; "My Heart's Desire: Living Every Moment in the Wonder of Worship" 2004, Integrity Publishers (224 pages) ISBN 1-59145-154-X
  • David Jeremiah; "Prayer: The Great Adventure" 2004, Multnomah (272 pages) ISBN 1-59052-182-X
  • David Jeremiah; "Searching for Heaven on Earth: How to Find What Really Matters in Life" 2004, Integrity Publishers (323 pages) ISBN 1-59145-066-7
  • David Jeremiah; "The Prayer Matrix: Plugging into the Unseen Reality" 2004, Multnomah (96 pages) ISBN 1-59052-181-1
  • David Jeremiah; "When Your World Falls Apart" 2004, W Publishing Group (304 pages) ISBN 0-8499-0436-6
  • David Jeremiah; "Life Wide Open: Unleashing the Power of a Passionate Life" 2005, Integrity Publishers (205 pages) ISBN 1-59145-319-4
  • Thomas Kinkade and David Jeremiah; "The Secret of the Light" 2005, J. Countryman (96 pages) ISBN 1-4041-0108-X
  • David Jeremiah; "Captured by Grace: No One Is Beyond the Reach of a Loving God" 2006, Integrity Publishers (216 pages) ISBN 1-59145-389-5
  • David Jeremiah; "God in You: Releasing the Power of the Holy Spirit in Your Life" 2006, Multnomah Publishers Inc (348 pages) ISBN 1-59052-803-4
  • David Jeremiah, "Why the Nativity?" 2006, Tyndale (155 pages)
  • David Jeremiah; "What In the World is Going On?: 10 Prophetic Clues You Cannot Afford to Ignore" 2008, Thomas Nelson (257 pages) ISBN 0-7852-2887-X
  • David Jeremiah, "The Coming Economic Armageddon: What Bible Prophecy Warns About the New Global Economy" 2010, FaithWords (293 pages) ISBN 978-0-446-56594-3
  • I Never Thought I'd See the Day!: Culture at the Crossroads 2011, FaithWords (253 pages) ISBN 0-446-56595-4
  • David Jeremiah; "God Loves You: He Always Has - He Always Will" 2012, FaithWords (295 pages) ISBN 978-0-446-56597-4
  • David Jeremiah, "The Jeremiah Study Bible" 2013, Worthy Publishing (2240 pages) ISBN 978-1-936-03489-5
  • David Jeremiah, "The Heart of Jesus" 2014, Worthy Publishing (128 pages) ISBN 978-1-617-95320-0
  • David Jeremiah, "Agents of the Apocalypse: A Riveting Look at the Key Players of the End Times" 2014, Tyndale Publishing, (293 Pages) ISBN 978-1-4143-8049-0

Recordings[edit]

  • 9/11: Our Nation's Emergency Call
  • A Bend in the Road: Experiencing God When Your World Caves in
  • Best of Christian Living, with Josh McDowell, Ken Hutcherson, and Tim Lahaye
  • Jesus' Final Warning: Hearing Christ's Voice in the Midst of Chaos
  • What the Bible Says About Angels
  • Prayer, the Great Adventure
  • Fathers and Daughters
  • Christians Have Stress Too
  • Raising Well Adjusted Kids (Focus on the Family), with Joe White and James Dobson

References[edit]

  1. ^ Belliveau, G.K. (1999). Say to This Mountain: The Life of James T. Jeremiah. Regular Baptist Press. ISBN 978-0-87227-201-9. 
  2. ^ Biography of Dr. David Jeremiah at davidjeremiah.org
  3. ^ 2006 List of award recipients. "NRB list of award recipients: 2006". Retrieved 29 June 2016.
  4. ^ 1998 Gold Medallion List of Winners. "1998 Gold Medallion List of Winners: Christian Living". Retrieved 29 June 2016.
  5. ^ 2003 Gold Medallion List of Winners. "2003 Gold Medallion List of Winners: Inspiration". Retrieved 29 June 2016.
  6. ^ A Bend in the Road: Experiencing God When Your World Caves In, David Jeremiah, ISBN 0-8499-4333-7 p.__
  7. ^ The Jere-Messiah delivers for Apps
  8. ^ Former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah joins NFL.com, NFL Network

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