“Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened unto you” -1 Peter 4:12
At the young age of five, Prophetess Tondalyn Perry came to know the Lord Jesus Christ and was saved. She began preaching at the age of 14 under Pastor Billy Jones at Home Church Texas. She attended Hillcrest High School where she led bible study, ministered in prayer and witnessed to others. After graduating from high school in 1996, Tondalyn attended Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas where she continued her ministerial work on campus. Prophetess Tondalyn also completed studies at Bethel Theological Seminary. She graduated college and subsequently began her career at Countrywide Home Loans (currently Bank of America) in Plano, Texas and has been employed there for 15 years. Currently, she is an Operations Analyst II at her firm.
Tondalyn joined Mount Olive Church of Plano (MOCOP) in 2000 and is currently a minister under the leadership of Pastors Sam and Gloria Fenceroy. In 2012, Tondalyn Perry was ordained as Prophetess. She serves as a member of the MOCOP praise team, a leader of SWAT Singles Ministry, Cells group leader/teacher of disciple class. Tondalyn teaches new convert classes through a Prison Ministry as part of a coalition of churches and is a devout leader of other ministries at the church. She is truly a devoted follower of Jesus Christ.
Prophetess Tondalyn is known for her famous quote, “Think It Not Strange,” from I Peter 4:12-13. On January 2, 2008, Tondalyn was led by God to register the name, “Think It Not Strange Ministries,” also known as TINS. As a result, she is Founder and CEO of the non- profit organization, “Think It Not Strange Ministries”.
On July 21, 2010, Tondalyn was ordained to go out into the world to do some powerful things for the Kingdom of God through Think It Not Strange Ministries. The annual Birthing Butterflies Women’s Conference initiated in 2012 and The Experience Conference established in 2011 are both examples of growth through the TINS Ministry.