Samuel Rodriguez Biography
Samuel Rodriguez is a prominent Evangelical American Christian who was born in the United States to Puerto Rican parents. In addition to being a television personality, he is a preacher, film producer, author, and civil rights activist. The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference reports to him as its president.
How old is Samuel Rodriguez? – Age
Where did Samuel Rodriguez go to school? – Education
Lehigh University awarded him a master’s degree in educational leadership, while Baptist University of the Americas and Northwest University both awarded him honorary doctorates.
Who is Pastor Samuel Rodriguez’s wife? – Wife and Children – Family
Where is Samuel Rodriguez church
According to reports, Samuel Rodriguez began preaching at the age of 16. He led New Season Church, a megachurch with campuses in Los Angeles and Sacramento, for seven years before being called as an Assemblies of God minister. He now resides with his wife, Eva, and their three children.
Rodriguez’s Net Worth
He receives a predicted net worth of $48 million.
Samuel Rodriguez Career – Ministry
Samuel Rodriguez Films and Books
Rodriguez was nominated for Time Magazine’s “Top 100 Most Influential People” in 2013. In 2019, the same year he gave the keynote commencement address, William Jessup awarded him an honorary degree. He joined the National Association of Evangelicals’ board of directors as a member in 2013.
One of Newsmax’s “Top 100 Christian Leaders in America” for 2015 was Pastor Samuel Rodriguez.
His book Be Light, which was released in June 2016, was ranked first on the LA Times Bestsellers List. Publishers Weekly’s bestseller for 2019 is You Are Next.
Samuel Rodriguez Political activities
In a statement he released on 25 January 2017, Rodriguez said he concurred with President Trump that protecting the border between the United States and Mexico was essential for ensuring American security. He also said he agreed that the rule of law must be upheld and that America has the right to decide who is permitted to enter the country.
However, Rodriguez added that he thinks the President should forge ties with the Latino community in America.
He also made it clear that, with the exception of criminals and drug traffickers, he opposes forcibly deporting the millions of illegal people and families who already reside in America. Sam Rodriguez was one of numerous evangelical leaders that urged President Trump to reconsider the suspension of the refugee resettlement program, which temporarily banned refugees from a number of countries from immigrating to the United States, in a letter obtained by Politico in January 2017. The letter made the case that the program gave many oppressed people a chance to survive and gave churches a chance to help them.
Rodriguez promoted a cross-party discussion about immigration reform during the George W. Bush administration.
Additionally, he read from the Gospel of Luke during President Obama’s 2008 inaugural prayer session at Saint Johns Episcopal Church. On January 20, 2017, Rodriguez was invited to give readings and a benediction at the 58th inauguration of a U.S. president. Rodriguez recited a passage from Matthew’s chapter 5 of the Sermon on the Mount during his speech. In an interview with CNN on the day of President Trump’s inauguration, Rodriguez discussed his decision to speak at the event.
Rodriguez served as the executive producer of the 2019 Fox Searchlight film Flamin Hot, which Eva Longoria and DeVon Franklin of Franklin Entertainment produced as a real story about the inventor of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Additionally, Rodriguez serves as executive producer of the 20th Century Fox film Breakthrough.
Samuel Rodriguez’s Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter accounts
- His Twitter account is (@nhclc).
- His Instagram account is; Samuel Rodriguez (@pastorsamuelrodriguez).
- His YouTube account is Samuel Rodriguez.