Perry Noble Biography
Perry Noble is an American preacher, author, and the former senior pastor at NewSpring Church. He was born on June 24, 1971. He has gained prominency as the senior pastor at the largest church in the South Carolina Baptist Convention and second fastest-growing church in the United States.
Perry Noble Age
Perry was born on June 24, 1971. He is currently 46 years old.
Perry Noble Wife
Perry married his current wife Lucretia, in April 2000. In November of 2017 Noble announced that his marriage was over. He has a daughter named Charisse.
His weekly sermons were watched by over 32,000 people at 11 satellite campuses across the state of South Carolina with an additional 7,200 viewers tuned in weekly via online live stream.
Noble has been involved in several controversies. During a Christmas Eve service in 2014, Perry Noble sparked an incident regarding the use of what appeared to be the word nigger. NewSpring Church released a statement in response to allegations that Pastor Noble said the word nigger during his sermon saying, “In regards to your question about the ‘N’ word, Perry doesn’t use that word and doesn’t address anyone in his life by such a word. He did not use that word in his message and what you perceived as him doing so was [a] matter of words getting jumbled as can happen with anyone who is speaking.”
Following a sermon Noble delivered on Christmas Eve, a controversy aroused regarding his wording at the beginning of his message. He made a claim stating that there was no Hebrew word for “command,” when in fact, there was. Much pressure was put on Perry Noble and on NewSpring Church for this mistake, to the point of a heated tweet on Noble’s Twitter page. Noble later apologized on his blog for this tweet and his original mistake.
Perry Noble Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $40 million.
Perry Noble Salary
This information about his salary will be updated soon.
Perry Noble Books
- The Most Excellent Way To Lead
- Overwhelmed: Winning the War Against Worry
- Unleash!: Breaking Free from Normalcy
Perry Noble Fired
On July 10, 2016 NewSpring Church announced that Perry Noble had been removed as Senior Pastor, due to alcohol abuse and neglect of his family duties.
Perry Noble Quotes
- If you don’t let your past die, then it won’t let you live. Period.
- Life is too short to spend forty to fifty hours around people who do nothing but stress you out and make you desire to go stick your head in a blender.
- I don’t think that God raised up Internet bloggers to call out wolves – who have an opinion and a website.
- If you are in a meeting and you disagree mentally then you have an obligation to disagree verbally!
- Worship does not become worship until it changes the way we live
- When a team feels like a family, they will go all out to love and serve one another.
- A leader should care way more about HOW people are doing rather than HOW they are doing their work.
- God has called each one of us to embrace life, not merely to endure it.
- Every once in a while I have this thought, we’ve got to piss off the religious people. How are we going to do that?
- Procrastination is assassination on the amazing future God has for you.
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Perry Noble News
Pastor says goodbye to Upstate megachurch, and Columbia congregation leaves with him
Updated: May 07, 2018
The pastor of a South Carolina megachurch has stepped down to bring his ministry out West, while the Upstate church he is leaving is being rebranded for the new pastor.
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Redemption church founder Ron Carpenter Jr. held his final service in the Greenville church Sunday, while introducing the new pastor, John Gray.
Along with a new pastor, comes a new name, as Redemption will become Relentless under Gray’s leadership. Relentless has a countdown clock on its website, promoting Gray, who was a pastor at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church in Texas.
Osteen is expected to be in attendance at the Greenville church for the June 3 service, according to wspa.com.
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But time in Greenville has expired for Carpenter. In December 2017, he announced that he is taking over Jubilee Christian Center in San Jose, Calif., where he will replace the retiring pastor Dick Bernal.
“This weekend has been very meaningful. It’s been brutal in a lot of ways … because of the people we love so much and love so dearly,” Carpenter said on Facebook, where Redemption can continue to connect with parishioners across the U.S. “We’ve been doing a lot of goodbyes this weekend, so it’s been emotionally exhausting.”
In addition to saying goodbyes, Carpenter also took time to introduce Gray to his new congregation.
There was even a ceremonial gesture, when Carpenter gave a key to Gray that unlocks every door in the 250,000-square-foot building, greenvilleonline.com reported.
“Pray for Pastor John and (his wife) Aventer as they take on leadership in what I believe is one of the greatest churches in America,” Carpenter said on Facebook.
Carpenter founded Redemption “in 1991 with three members and a passion for breaking down the walls of racism, crossing cultural lines, and changing poverty mindsets in their community as well as around the world,” Redemption’s website said.
In spite of Carpenter’s move, everything is expected to remain the same at Redemption Columbia, where Tony and LaShea Colson serve as campus pastors. The only real change for Redemption Columbia will be that it is no longer affiliated with the church in Greenville. But it will remain a part of Ron Carpenter Ministries.
“We support Pastor Ron and believe in his vision,” Tony Colson said in December. “We’re looking forward to whatever God has in store for Columbia.”
There won’t be a tangible effect caused by Carpenter’s move West, according to Tony Colson. Redemption Columbia was already simulcasting Carpenter’s services via the internet from Greenville. That will remain the same when he takes over Jubilee Christian Center in San Jose.
“They do live praise, worship and announcements in Columbia. When it’s time to preach, the screen comes down,” said Joe Hayes, the director of advertising, media and marketing for Ron Carpenter Ministries.
For members of the Greenville congregation, Gray said he is planning on sticking around.
“We don’t treat ministry as a career move,” he said, greenvilleonline.com reported. “We treat it as a calling. We intend to stay. We are going to watch God in this community.”
Gray is the star of a reality TV show on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network which is set to continue shooting in Greenville, according to wspa.com. The episode that aired May 5 featured both Gray and Carpenter.
This is the second Upstate megachurch that is undergoing a significant change of leadership that has satellite campuses across South Carolina, including the Midlands. NewSpring Church ousted its pastor, Perry Noble in 2016 because of alcohol and family issues.
Noble recently returned to the pulpit with Second Chance Church, which he broadcasts to worshipers on Facebook.
NewSpring is the state’s largest church, with more than 30,000 members in 17 cities in South Carolina, including three in the Midlands.