Frederick K.C. Price, televangelist and the founder of the Crenshaw Christian Center, passed away at age 89 after battling COVID-19, his family announced on Friday.
"Our Husband, Father and your Apostle has gone to be with the Lord this evening. We accept his decision to go as he got a glimpse of glory a couple of weeks ago. But we are sad," the family wrote in a Facebook post. "Please allow us some time to process all of this. He fought the good fight of faith and laid hold of eternal life."
In addition to founding the CCC, Price wrote more than 50 books about faith, healing, prosperity, and the Holy Spirit. He also founded the Frederick K.C. Price III Christian Schools, the Ministry Training Institute, a CCC Correspondence School, the Frederick K.C. Price School of the Bible, and the Apostle Price Ministry Training Center.