"The official word is out ... and after careful medical evaluation recovery of any kind is unlikely," Carman's Facebook post read.
The TBN family has been asking for miracle healing prayers for the Christian media pioneer since her hospitalization.
The Crouch's oldest son, Paul Jr., made this post on Facebook: "Please bombard heaven for my mother, Jan Crouch. She's in the hospital in Orlando and needs a miracle."
The Crouch's younger son, Matt, posted this on TBN's Facebook page Saturday: "Thank you for joining your faith with us and agreeing for our precious mother, Jan Crouch, as she receives comfort from Jesus and ministering angels from a life-threatening stroke. Thank God WE are NEVER alone. Much love, Matt and Laurie."
Crouch and her husband, the late Paul Crouch, founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network in 1973. She produced multiple television programs including Praise The Lord, The Glory of America and Say Yes. Paul Crouch passed away in 2013.
Carman said the Crouches build the "greatest Christian network of preaching the gospel in history." In recent years, Carman suffered through a bout with cancer and it was Jan Crouch who supported him emotionally and financially.
"Jan is the president and is totally irreplaceable," Carman's Facebook post read. "I've been close to her for 40 years. She is family to me. We have won countless souls to Christ together through that network. She is the best friend you can ever have when your going through a crisis and feel like everyone has abandoned you. Example: When I went through 10 months of cancer treatment and sent out 600 letters to 600 churches I've ministered at for support, and not one responded, it was Jan who paid my bills so I could focus on my fight with cancer. Her words to me was, 'Just get well.'"