Charles Stanley has an impressive amount of net worth which is $1.5 million. He has been serving as a senior pastor for over 51 years in Atlanta's First Baptist Church.
Apart from that, he is also the creator and head of In Touch Ministries, which broadcasts his talks live on television.
Have a look at the below information to know more about his income.
Income from Television shows
Dr. Stanley has been running his tv show In Touch ministries since 1988. His teaching and broadcast ministry, "In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley" is broadcast on almost 500 radio stations, 300 television stations, and numerous satellite networks worldwide and digitally in over 75 Heart languages.
The show earns a very impressive amount of revenue and also collects charity and donations from all around the world.
Apart from that, Charles Stanley has also written more than sixty books, including How to Listen to God, Finding Peace, Landmines on the Path of the Believer, When the Enemy Strikes, Turning the Tide, Emotions: Confront the Lies, Conquer with Truth, Jesus Our Perfect Hope, and Standing Strong.
Earning as a Senior Pastor
A senior pastor's annual compensation is estimated to be between $32,900 and $81,400. As a result, we can presume that he was able to earn enough income while serving as a senior pastor.
Dr.Charles Stanley is also an evangelical, fundamentalist, and dispensationalist philosopher who served two one-year terms as president of the Southern Baptist Convention from 1984 to 1986.
Has a Beautiful Bungalow
Charles Stanley has a very beautiful bungalow which is worth around $500,000 in Four Oaks, North Carolina, and has old-world elegance. Eight stunning fireplaces, crystal chandeliers, a grand central staircase, historic stained glass, an upgraded kitchen, and six original 100-year-old rugs grace the 4,507-square-foot masterpiece.
In Touch Ministry collects donations and charity from all over the world and assists to reach people all over the world with the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ. They also dispatched 20,000 Messengers to Puerto Rico and other parts of the world to inspire individuals affected by the catastrophe.