Marvin Sapp Biography, Age, Parents, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Songs and Albums

By | March 22, 2024

Marvin Sapp Biography

Marvin is a Gospel pastor, singer and songwriter hailing from the USA. Also known as Bishop Marvin Louis Sapp Sr. He is a senior pastor at The Chosen Vessel in Fort Worth, Texas as of November 17th 2019. Before then, Bishop Marvin begun Lighthouse Full Life Center Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan and worked as the main pastor for the same church.

Which Group did Marvin Sapp sing with?

In Gospel music, Sapp Sr. was a member of the group Commissioned from Detroit. Commissioned was started in 1982 and Marvin got in 1990 after he was invited by fellow singer Fred Hammond and left in 1996. The group has so far recorded a total of twelve albums in a span of close to two decades.

He called it quits with the group and began a solo profession that has rose him to fame for a couple of chart-topping hits like ‘Be Exalted’, ‘Never Would Have Made It’ and albums like ‘Thirsty’ and ‘Here I Am’.

Marvin Sapp’s Age

He was born in 1967 in Grand Rapids Michigan, US. The Chosen pastor is 55 years old as of January 28th 2022.

Marvin Sapp Family

He is a son to Henry Lewis Sapp and Lodena Holyfield. There’s no much information about his immediate family. Sapp was a husband to the late MaLinda Sapp who passed on in September 2010 from colon cancer complications. The two founded the Lighthouse Full Life Center Church together and she worked as the administrative pastor while Marvin as a senior pastor.

Marvin and MaLinda’s marriage was blessed with three children; Marvin II, Madisson and Mikalia. He is always seen together with his kids and they seem to be a very united family.

Marvin Sapp Net Worth

His net worth is estimated at $4 million as of 2020. He has acquired his wealth from his main profession as a singer and songwriter.

Marvin Sapp House

Pastor Sapp hails from Michigan, a state in the Great Lakes and Midwestern regions of the US. He has not revealed a lot about his house due to security matters.

Marvin – Never Would Have Made It

His song Never Would Have Made It is from his seventh studio album Thirsty. The song is a attributed to his father’s death. Henry Lewis Sapp, Jr. The song was composed by divine inspiration the Sunday after the burial of his father. The album is Sapp’s biggest success on the American music charts so far.

The album rose on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the US at # 82. It also was the best at the table of Billboard Hot Gospel Songs and got to be in the top twenty on the chart of Billboard Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Songs. For 46 weeks, the album was the best on the gospel chart. The single was also platinum certified by the RIAA.

Marvin Sapp Thirsty

Sapp’s live album Thirsty is the fourth album that was unveiled on Verity Records. The album was said to be a big success commercially in Gospel Music, appearing at number 28 in the U.S. Billboard 200, on the Top R&B / Hip-Hop Albums, position 4, and on the Top Gospel Albums chart, position 1. On July 9th 2008, it was approved Gold by the RIAA and sold over 712,000 copies as of March 2010. This is the best-selling album of Marvin Sapp’s solo profession. On the first disc of the 2010 gospel combination album WOW Gospel 2010, the song ‘Praise Him in Advance’ was among them.

Marvin Albums

♦ Marvin Sapp
♦ Grace & Mercy
♦ Nothing Else Matters
♦ I Believe
♦ Diary of a Psalmist
♦ Be Exalted
♦ Thirsty
♦ Here I Am
♦ I Win
♦ You Shall Live
♦ Close
♦ Chosen Vessel

Marvin Sapp Songs

♦ Never Would Have Made It
♦ The Best in Me
♦ My Testimony
♦ Praise Him in Advance
♦ Listen
♦ He Has His Hands on You
♦ You Are God Alone
♦ Yes You Can
♦ Live
♦ Thank You For It All
♦ Perfect Peace
♦ Close
♦ Never
♦ Not the Time, Not the Place
♦ Undefeated
♦ Miracle
♦ Diary of a Psalmist

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