Rev. Dr. Willie James Perry, Sr.Pastor and First Lady, Sister Doris J. Perry
W.J. Perry, Sr., Pastor of one of the oldest churches in the state of Alabama, graduate of Alabama State University and Alabama Interdenominational Seminary believes that:
...We, as Evangelicals, need less information, [but] more revelation and illumination. Often we are preaching to sound good, but we are doing little good. Why? Because it's not coming from the throne of God. God is bringing restoration to His church, but before restoration can take place, God will enforce order and order will come by way of obedience and deliverance.
The church must be delivered from demonic spirits that are hindering unity and love. Embracement of these demonic spirits are causing division from the pulpit to the pews. These demonic spirits are going unexposed and unidentified. They are being embraced because of the lack of understanding of who they are and how they affect the Body of Christ. We must be better informed of their purpose and how they plan to carry them out.
We must acknowledge who they represent. "For we are not wrestling with flesh and blood, (contending only with physical opponents), but against (the master spirits who are) the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spirit forces of wickednes in the heavenly (supernatural) sphere. Ephesians 6: 12 (Amplified).
Willie J. Perry, Sr.
2009- 2010, Andersonville Theological Seminary, Doctor of Biblical Studies
1996-1997, Alabama, lnterdenominational Seminary Inc., Master of Divinity
1971-1973, Alabama State University, BS--Sociology/Social Work, minor in psychology
1969-1971, Bishop State Community College
1961-1965, Williamson High School Graduate
1967-1969, United States Army, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Honorable Discharge
1994, Gospel Ministry License
1997, Ordained, Greater Union Baptist Church, Mobile, AL
1994-2004, Associate Pastor, Greater Union Baptist Church, Mobile, AL
2003-2004, Interim Pastor, St. Louis Street Missionary Baptist Church, Mobile, AL
2004-present Pastor, St. Louis Street Missionary Baptist Church.