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Rev. W. V. Grant is an internationally-renown pastor, evangelist, missionary, author, vocalist, and humanitarian. His life is a series of one miracle after another. Born to Christian parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. V. Grant, Sr. of Dallas, Texas, he attended 84 different schools in 49 different states by the time he completed high school. Traveling with his mother and father, traveling itinerant evangelists, he was rarely in one school any longer than a maximum of one month (while his parents were conducting revivals in local churches in cities such as Seattle, Portland, Chicago, Houston, etc.) He says this did not hinder his education, but actually enhanced it since he "experienced" the different places about which the schools were studying and teaching. His father, Rev. W. V. Grant, Sr. was renown in his own right, having been with The Voice of Healing (now "Christ for the Nations") from the near-beginning with the Rev. Gordon Lindsay in 1952, out of which came noted Healing/Deliverance evangelists such as A. A. Allen, Jack Coe, Morris Cerullo, David Nunn, Alton Hayes, A. C. Valdez, Velmer Gardner, and many others. Rev. Grant Sr., a small man in stature, 5' 6", 150 pounds, was one of The Voice of Healing's and The Assembly of God's most revered evangelists for many years, founding several churches, conducting state-wide healing crusades across the nation, and being featured in their monthly publications such as The Pentecostal Evangel before starting his own magazine "The Voice of Deliverance" which grew to a circulation of 2.6 million monthly just before his untimely death, at the age of 69, in 1983. Rev. W. V. Grant, Sr. was probably best known as the most prolific Gospel writer ever. He wrote more books than any man who ever lived-607 titles, with over 250 million books in print, in 37 different languages. He passed away in 1983, after 50 years in the ministry while pastoring his church in Dallas of 20 years, the 1500-seat Soul's Harbor in Dallas, Texas. Rev. Grant's mother, Lorene Grant, age 85, went on to be with her Lord in heaven on March 25th 2003. Rev. W.V. Grant and Rev. Jerry B. Walker preached her homegoing at Laurelland Funeral Home in Dallas, Texas.
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