Perry Noble says Christian celebrity life left him ‘empty’ as he seeks to expand new church

By The Christian Post

Perry Noble preaches at Second Chance Church in Anderson, S.C., Feb. 9, 2020. | Screenshot: Facebook/Perry Noble

South Carolina preacher Perry Noble revealed that the celebrity Christian life left him “empty” as he announced that he is looking to expand his congregation into a 28,000-square-foot building just a year after launching Second Chance Church.

Noble, who founded the popular NewSpring Church in Anderson, served as senior pastor of that megachurch where weekly attendance was 30,000 until he was fired in 2016 for alcohol abuse and other "unfortunate choices and decisions."

A year after launching Second Chance Church, also in Anderson, in a return to ministry, Noble told his approximately 350-member congregation that the current location was getting too small and that he wanted to expand in the 28,000-square-foot building that at one point served as a Walmart.

Source:The Christian Post