About International Evangelist Perry Stone
International Evangelist Perry Stone, a fourth generation minister of the gospel, directs one of America’s fastest growing ministries - Voice of Evangelism. From its 70,000 square foot International Ministry Center, Voice of Evangelism is striving to reach the world with the Gospel of Christ through revivals, television, audio/video media, printed material and missionary sponsorship.
Perry, now in his fifties, began preaching when he was just sixteen. After graduating from high school, he continued his education through Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee, and later earned a B.A. in Theology from Covenant Life Christian College. Perry has also been awarded three honorary degrees. By the age of twenty-three, Perry was conducting record-breaking revivals, some lasting up to eleven weeks. At a young age, Perry was invited to speak at Camp Meetings and conferences, some with as many as 4000-5000 in attendance. Presently, Perry continues to conduct both domestic and international crusades, reaching thousands of people annually.
Throughout his more than thirty-two years of full time ministry, Perry has authored over forty books and booklets; produced over one-hundred videos and DVD’s; as well as produced hundreds of audio teaching albums series. Within the last two decades, Perry has also found time to write for and publish the magazine, The Voice of Evangelism. In the year 2000, Manna-Fest with Perry Stone, a weekly television program was launched and can be seen nationally and internationally via cable and satellite systems around the world.
He has personally traveled and ministered in over a dozen foreign nations and has placed multiple hundreds of thousands of cassette tapes, books and gospel material into the hands of the believers and non-believers in nations across the world. Thousands of tapes have been sent free to the incarcerated and into the hands of the poor in third world countries. Recognized for his anointed and informative preaching, Perry has been able to breach denominational barriers and find attentive listeners from every conceivable religious background.
Although Perry’s first love is evangelism, he has distinguished himself as one of America’s foremost experts on Bible Prophecy. This recognition is not self-appointed. Perry is often featured as a keynote speaker at internationally recognized Prophecy Conferences. He has also been interviewed by nationally recognized Christian television programs, and often enters millions of homes on major Christian networks such as TBN, Daystar and INSP. Perry’s world travels and his personal contacts with diverse government and military personalities have given him a direct link to “insider information” as it relates to the fulfillment of Bible prophecy. Perry continues to research the ancient prophecies that are now being fulfilled in Israel and throughout the world.
In 2009 the Holy Spirit birthed an important mission, THE OMEGA RANCH PROJECT into the heart of Perry Stone. While praying and asking the Lord for future direction of the ministry, the Holy Spirit spoke and asked Perry, "Do you want to go where I am going?" Of course the answer was "Yes!" The Lord responded, "Then prepare to minister to the children and the youth, as I am going to pour out my Spirit on the sons and daughters of this generation." (Joel 2:28-29). At that moment, two direct plans were dropped in Perry's spirit. He began praying and searching for the right location to build this future ministry campus. The answer to his search was located directly behind VOE just across the railroad tracks. These 80 acres are now under development to build the Omega Center International facility and future youth camp.
In 2010 God also spoke into the spirit of Perry Stone, Jr. to purchase a home in Charleston, Tennessee in which to move and locate Women of Hope. This ministry founded and directed by David and Connie Herring provides a place of sanctuary for women. The ministry of Perry Stone is delighted to partner with this powerful outreach ministry.
Perry is joined in the ministry by his wife of twenty-eight years, Pam, and his two children Jonathan and Amanda. The Stones reside in Cleveland, Tennessee.