Who is Jackie Hill Perry?
Jackie Hill Perry is a poet, writer, and hip-hop artist. Jackie Hill Perry rose to prominence after performing spoken word pieces such as “My Life as a Stud,” “A Poem About Weed,” and “Jig-a-Boo” at the Passion 4 Christ Movement. Jackie has written on Christianity and homosexuality for various Christian ministry organizations, including The Resurgence and John Piper’s Desiring God.
Early Life and Childhood
Jackie Hill Perry was born in St. Louis, Missouri, USA on June 21, 1989. Her age is 32 years.
Her parents gave birth to her in St. Louis. Jackie grew up without a father and was sexually abused when she was five years old.
She attended church until she was ten years old. Jackie is of African-American descent and of black ethnicity.
She faced difficulties as a child because she was sexually abused when she was five years old.
Jackie claims that sexual abuse, school bullying, and a lack of attention from boys all contributed to her gender confusion. She began having multiple serial relationships with other women when she was 17 years old.
Jackie became addicted to pornography after abusing drugs. She became a Christian in October 2008.
Jackie Hill Perry’s education details are unavailable.
Perry and her husband launched a podcast called “Thirty Minutes with the Perrys” in 2019. The couple shares their perspectives on relationships, theology, politics, race, and parenting.
On September 3, 2018, she published her first book, Gay Girl Good God. Jackie is also the author of “Jude: Contending for the Faith in Today’s Culture,” a Bible study for women and teen girls.
She has written for a number of Christian ministry organizations, with a focus on reconciling homosexuality and Christianity.
“Love Letter to a Lesbian,” written for John Piper’s Desiring God ministry, and “A Christian Response to the Same-Sex Marriage Ruling” are among the articles.
Jackie shared her story of being delivered from sexual sin and coming to know Christ. She believed she should have been born a boy at the age of four, and at the age of six, she began imitating male tendencies.
She began having multiple serial relationships with other women when she was 17 years old. Her second girlfriend suggested she become a stud, and she began to attract the attention of girls once she assumed the stud role.
Jackie was a sexually promiscuous woman who struggled with drug and pornography addiction until she converted to Christianity in 2008.
On August 17, 2021, she released her paperback book Holier Than Thou: How God’s Holiness Helps Us Trust Him.
Jackie walks us through Scripture, shaking off the dust of “holy” as we’ve come to know it and revealing it for what it truly is: good news. She explains that God is not like us, but rather unique and holy. That is precisely what makes Him trustworthy.
Jackie’s spoken word poems at the Passion 4 Christ Movement (P4CM) include Eyes Like Judas, A Poem About Weed, “My Life as a Stud,” and “Jig-a-Boo,” among others.
Net Worth and Salary
Jackie Hill Perry’s net worth is estimated to be $785,564.
Jackie Hill Perry is married to Preston Perry, another spoken word artist.
In March of this year, the couple married. Eden Grace, August Truth Perry, Sage Peace Perry are their five children. Jackie announced in 2021 that she is expecting her fifth child.
Preston and Jackie shared a touching story about how God brought them from friends to engage.
On March 1st, 2014, the couple tied the knot. It has been a wonderful and inspiring journey to witness their Journey to Covenant. So many friends, family members, and strangers who have now become friends all contributed to their lovely marriage.
Her body dimensions are unavailable.
Her Twitter handle is @JackieHillPerry.
- Jackie is a poet, writer, and hip-hop artist from the United States.
- She rose to prominence after performing spoken word pieces such as “My Life as a Stud,” “A Poem About Weed,” and “Jig-a-Boo” at the Passion 4 Christ Movement.
- Her net worth is estimated to be $785,564.
- Preston and Jackie shared a touching story about how God brought them from friends to engage.
- Jackie was a sexually promiscuous woman who struggled with drug and pornography addiction until she converted to Christianity in 2008.