Marcus Lamb was an American televangelist, prosperity theologian, minister, and Christian broadcaster. He was the co-founder, president, and CEO of the Daystar Television Network, the second-largest Christian television network in the world.
Marcus Lamb was 64 years old.
In 1980, that year that Marcus met his significant other Joni, he established The Word of God Fellowship, the organization that would, in the end, begin the Daystar Television Network. In 1984 Lamb moved to Montgomery, Alabama to start WMCF-TV.
This was the main full control Christian station in the state. The Lambs offered the station to Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) in 1990 and moved to Dallas, Texas. Sheep propelled the Daystar organize toward the part of the bargain.
Sheep is a customary speaker and instructor on his system and as a guest to different houses of worship. His most normal open gathering is on Marcus and Joni, the Daystar lead program. Each weekday, he has the show with Joni and talks about the Bible and their system.
Marcus Lamb was happily married to Joni Lynn. They have three children’s together.
Marcus Lamb, a co-founder and the CEO of the conservative Christian Daystar Television Network who vocally opposed Covid-19 vaccines, has died at 64, weeks after he contracted Covid-19, the network said.
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Lamb’s son, Jonathan Lamb, filled in for his father on a Nov. 23 Daystar broadcast and beseeched listeners to pray for his father’s recovery from Covid-19.
Marcus Lamb, was worth of $10 million before his demise.