OCI Perry Stone

OCI Perry Stone

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The Extreme
The vision of The Extreme is to serve as a hub of revival for the nations by:

Promoting and sustaining a culture of true God-encounters;
Equipping the end-time spiritual army to reach the world through the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and through God’s commandment to love others;
Commissioning reformers and world changers into their prophetic destiny
Encouraging our city of Cleveland to step into our prophetic calling to be the epicenter that delivers the Gospel Message around the world in the final days before the return of Jesus Christ
The Extreme is a gathering place where churches and generations can come together and be equipped for supernatural ministry.

This is the place for those who want a deeper relationship with Christ, and who will partner with us to birth a movement of revival and reformation—not just for the City of Cleveland, but for the nations around the world.

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  • (67 stars)

    by David Mendez on 27/04/2014

    Great speaker

  • (67 stars)

    by Alfonso Madrigal on 15/03/2014

    BEAUTIFUL EXTREMELY BLESSED TEACHINGS ETC Etc etc

  • (67 stars)

    by Philip Willard on 20/02/2013

    Looks fairly cool, but it needs to be Google+ friendly. That's where the hip young people of today are headed.

  • (67 stars)

    by Kevin Cherry on 11/01/2013

    I love this OCI app it has so many feature that are important to a ministry like this one Everything in one place and easy to navigate.

  • (67 stars)

    by Michael Hall on 04/01/2013

    It's UI conventions would make sense in the button-constrained iOS environment, but in Android, they consume much screen real estate; several of its features are poorly implemented, such as video playback merely triggering the download of a rather large file instead of providing some sort of dynamic streaming of the content; and it's sluggish, even on my Nexus 7. If things improve in a later vers