Morris Cerullo Bio, Wife, Children, Ministry, Books, Sermons and Net Worth

Morris Cerullo Biography

Morris Cerullo, also known as Dr. Morris, is an American Pentecostal evangelist. He has traveled around the globe for his ministry. He hosts ‘Victory Today’, a daily TV program, and has published more than 80 books.

Morris Cerullo Age

He was born on 2 October 1931 in Passaic, New Jersey. He is 87 years old as of 2018.

Morris Cerullo Family

Cerullo’s parents died in an automobile accident when he was young. He was then brought up in various orphanages, the last being an Orthodox Jewish orphanage in nearby Clifton, New Jersey.

No information o his siblings is disclosed to the public.

Morris Cerullo Wife

He is the husband of Theresa Cerullo. They got married in 1951. They have been married for more than 50 years.

Morris Cerullo Children

Cerullo has three children with Theresa; David (born 1952), Susa (born 1954), and Mark (born 1957 and died 1993).

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Morris Cerullo Educational Background

No information on his educational background or qualifications is revealed to the public.

Morris Cerullo Ministry

In several countries such as Mexico, Brazil, the Philippines, Korea, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Indonesia, the Netherlands, and many others, Morris Cerullo has conducted repeated “Ministry Schools” for many years. One of the days of the conferences during these “SOMs” he would preach in an open air crusade, or a large theater/arena, and lead people into a commitment to Jesus Christ and then pray for healing to happen in the crowd.

Cerullo would have students from the ministry school test the authenticity of the reports from the testimonies of the people. He would charge the “SOM,” School Of Ministry, after the large mass meetings, students to reach out to their countrymen with the same message inspired by the public rally results. Cerullo often said that he was the healer, not he, but Jesus Christ. As he would say, he would encourage faith in “God’s written and living word.”

In 1990, he purchased the assets of the bankrupt ministry of Jim Bakker, PTL, from the U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Court in Columbia, South Carolina. These assets included the Christian theme park Heritage USA in Fort Mill, South Carolina, which he purchased with Malayan United Industries (Berhad) in partnership. The Malaysian entity purchased Cerullo’s interest in Heritage USA after a dispute with its business partners over his issuance of discount cards to the theme park.

The bankruptcy court also approved Cerullo’s $7 million offer to purchase the cable TV network of PTL, The Inspirational Network, which was renamed INSP-The Inspiration Network and transferred to a new, separate entity, The Inspiration Networks, as part of its agreement to purchase Heritage USA. Cerullo’s son, David, has served as the president and CEO of the corporation and since its formation as a member of its board of directors.

He was elected as his chairman in 2005. The organization is currently building a new multi-million-dollar broadcast headquarters in Lancaster County, South Carolina, located in Charlotte, North Carolina. On March 1, 2009, this was opened. In a 2009 Charlotte Observer article, Cerullo and his son David were both featured.

Morris Cerullo Books

One Demon Spirit that controls
The Healing Bible
The Last Great Anointing
Supernatural Eyesight Seeing
Giving Ad Receiving
The New Anointing
Passing On The Mantle: The Elijah
The Spirit Of Prophecy
The Seven Vials Of Wrath
The Seven Trumpets
A Message To The Seven Churches
Opening Of The Seven Seals
The Legend Of Morris Cerullo: How God Used An Orphan To Change The World
The Prophet’s Mantle
Morris Cerullo’s Financial Freedom
The Legends Of Lightfall
How To Pray
You Can Have A New Beginning
21 Days To Your Total Healing
Forgiven

Morris Cerullo Net Worth

Cerullo owns a house worth $12 million. He owns other luxurious things. His wealth was estimated at £30million, with a home at an exclusive enclave favored by retired sports stars.

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