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educator , evangelist

Morris Cerullo, American Evangelist, educator. Ordained Assembly of God, 1952, Evangelical Church Alliance, 1984. Named one of Community Leaders and Noteworthy Americans, 1973-1976. Member Canada Academy Cultural Exchange (honorary director), National Association Evangs., Evangelical Press Association, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, San Diego Visitors and Convention Bureau, World Affairs Council.

Background

Cerullo, Morris was born on October 2, 1931 in Passaic, New Jersey, United States. Son of Joseph and Bertha (Rosenblatt) Cerullo.

Education

Graduate, New England Bible College, 1951. HHD (honorary), Florida Beacon College, 1974. Doctor of Divinity (honorary), Oral Roberts University, 1987.

Career

Pastor, Clairmont (N.H.) Assembly of God Church, 1951-1952; international, domestic evangelistic crusade speaker, various locations, 1952-1959; president, Morris Cerullo World Evangelism, Inc., San Diego, since 1960; president, Morris Cerullo School of Ministry, San Diego, since 1960. Owner New Inspirational Network & Heritage United States of America. Instructor in field.

Achievements

  • Ordained Assembly of God, 1952, Evangelical Church Alliance, 1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author more than 50 books including Two Men from Eden, You Can Know How to Defeat Satan, Proof Producers. Monthly public Footprints, Frontlines, Victory Miracle Library. Producer television specialists Masada, 1976, Advent II, 1980, Advent III, 1981.

Membership

Member Canada Academy Cultural Exchange (honorary director), National Association Evangs., Evangelical Press Association, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, San Diego Visitors and Convention Bureau, World Affairs Council.

Connections

Married Vivian Theresa LePari, July 27, 1951. Children: Charles David, Susan Darlene Gilhuis, Mark Stephen.

father:
Joseph Cerullo

mother:
Bertha (Rosenblatt) Cerullo

spouse:
Vivian Theresa LePari

child:
Mark Stephen Cerullo

child:
Charles David Cerullo

child:
Susan Darlene Gilhuis Cerullo