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Jackie Hill-Perry was born on 21 June, 1989 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Discover Jackie Hill-Perry's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 31 years old?

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Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 21 June 1989
Birthday 21 June
Birthplace St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Nationality United States

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In 2019, Jackie Hill-Perry and her husband Preston Perry started their own podcast called, "Thirty Minutes with the Perry's." They offer insight on topics concerning race, relationships, parenting, theology, and politics.


Jackie Hill-Perry has written for various Christian ministry organizations, focusing on reconciling issues of homosexuality with Christianity. Among these are her articles "Love Letter to a Lesbian", written for Desiring God, a ministry of John Piper, and "A Christian Response to the Same-Sex Marriage Ruling", for The Resurgence, a ministry of the now-defunct Mars Hill Church. Hill-Perry also released her own book, Gay Girl Good God, which was published September 3, 2018. She is also author of a Bible study for women and teen girls "Jude: Contending for the Faith in Today's Culture."


In 2016, she, alongside JGivens and John Givez, was featured on Lecrae's "Misconceptions 3" from the album Church Clothes 3.


Jackie Hill Perry is also a part of a worldwide tour called, "Poets in Autumn." This tour was started in 2015 and consists of Christian spoken word artists, Ezekiel Azonwu, Chris Webb, Joseph Solomon, Janette...IKZ, Preston Perry, and of course Jackie. They create collaborative, as well as individual pieces that address topics in the Christian faith, which will encourage, convict, and give hope to hundreds of thousands of people all over the world.


As recounted in her poem "My Life as a Stud", Hill states that "one day, the Lord spoke to me. He said, 'She will be the death of you.' In that moment, the scripture for the wages of sin equal death finally clicked." Hill left her girlfriend, returned to church, and started writing poetry. She performed her first spoken word piece at a P4CM poetry conference in 2010, and met Preston Perry, the man who would eventually become her husband. Over time, Hill gradually lost interest in women, and Preston proposed to her in August 2013 through the spoken word poem "The Covenant". The couple married in March 2014, and now has two daughters. Hill-Perry attributes that change in her sexuality to God's transformation of her life. Record label Humble Beast announced on January 7, 2014 that it had signed Hill-Perry as an artist. She has appeared as a guest musician on several Christian hip hop recordings, including Because You Asked by Swoope and Instruments of Mercy by Beautiful Eulogy. Her debut album, The Art of Joy, was produced by Beautiful Eulogy and released on November 4, 2014 Hill-Perry is also a staff member of the Legacy Movement ministry.


Jackie Hill-Perry maintains a nuanced position on sexual fluidity, stating that God changed her sexual orientation although He may or may not choose to change that of others. While she now says that prayer may not change sexual orientation, she maintains that she is an ex-lesbian and that her transition to heterosexuality is among the changes that God worked in her life. On July 31, 2013, Christian hip hop radio show Wade-O Radio published an interview with Hill-Perry where she spoke out against the Macklemore song "Same Love". Citing 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, she stated that


Hill used drugs and indicates she suffered from pornography addiction. In October 2008, she converted to evangelical Christianity.


Jackie Hill-Perry (née Jackie Hill, born June 21, 1989) is an American poet, writer, and hip hop artist from St. Louis. Hill-Perry initially garnered popularity for her performances of spoken word pieces such as "My Life as a Stud", "A Poem About Weed", and "Jig-a-Boo" at the Passion 4 Christ Movement (P4CM). She has written for various Christian ministry organizations, such as The Resurgence and John Piper's Desiring God, on the topic of Christianity and homosexuality. She signed to the Portland, Oregon-based Christian hip hop label Humble Beast in January 2014, and released her debut album on November 4, 2014.

Jackie Hill-Perry was born Jackie Hill on June 21, 1989 in St. Louis. She grew up in fatherless household, and experienced sexual abuse at the age of five. Hill attended church until she was ten. However, her encounter with sexual abuse, combined with school bullying and a lack of attention from boys contributed to her struggle with gender dysphoria. Since the age of four, Hill felt as though she should have been born a boy, and at age six she started imitating male tendencies. At age 17, she started pursuing multiple serial sexual relationships with women. Hill's second girlfriend suggested that she be a stud, a woman who takes the masculine role in a lesbian relationship. Hill explains that