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Jimmy Lee Swaggart (born March 15, 1935 in Ferriday, Louisiana) is a Pentecostal preacher and pioneer of televangelism who reached the height of his popularity in the 1980s. During the 1970s, Swaggart established a ministry under the Assemblies of God. Swaggart also is the cousin of recording artists Jerry Lee Lewis and Mickey Gilley. The sons of three sisters, all of them share the same middle name and play the piano. In 1952 he married Frances Anderson, and he has one son, Donnie Swaggart, also a minister. A young Swaggart was portrayed in the Jerry Lee Lewis biopic “Great Balls of Fire!” by Dennis Quaid.

Jimmy Swaggart is currently leader of the Jimmy Swaggart Ministries, located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana,USA.[1] He appears weekly in the Jimmy Swaggart Telecast,[2] and also participates in a daily radio program, A Study in the Word, which is broadcast on SonLife Radio.[3]

Swaggart is the author of many works including an autobiography[4] and an account of the 1988 scandal.[5] He has also recorded several dozen gospel albums.

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  • The1Danimal

    Quite Frankly, I'm amazed at all of the modern day Scribes and Pharisees on Christian music posts. Well I asume some are simply ignorant, or "Athiests" I don't go onto your sites and try to discredit your artists, or your so-called(or lack thereof) Gods so don't disrespect me by coming onto our sites and acting like a Heathon. Just remember, there are no Athiests in Foxholes.

    27 Sep 2012 Reply
  • BobbySmith12

    Rock on Jimmy. Love ya!

    24 Nov 2011 Reply
  • suzycreampie

    bigger than fucking jesus

    27 Feb 2010 Reply
  • markestis

    You're thanking God you are going to hell? "Andy" if you think his music is boring, why listen? But I pray you don't go to hell. Because if that is where you end up, you won;t be thanking God I can assure you

    20 May 2009 Reply

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