The Vision Church Of Atlanta

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I come from the "OLD SCHOOL CHURCH" where you tarried for the holy ghost and had to speak in tongue in order to be considered to have the holy ghost, I started church when I was 15 years oldwas saved at 16 years old, I was pretty much forced to become save because of my father, in growing up in the "Old Church" if you grew up to adulthood you were expected to get married, well I did....big mistake that wasnt what I wanted to do I only did it because that's what my family wanted me to do, well later on in the years to come I divorced and decided to do what I wanted to do as far as my sexuality i was tired of living under the thumb of my family and People, "I came out" I wanted to discover a church that didnt condemn me to hell for my being a same sex loving person, I grew up still going to the traditional "Old School Churches" where every Sunday at some point in the sermon the pracher would interject something about being gay and going to Hell for being like that, as time went on, I heard about this Church called "The Vision Church" where they accepted "All" people my spirit rose up and I got very excited it was a few weeks before I got the nerves to attend, once I did go I couldnt stop going and after about a year the church Moved to a spot in the Atlanta area called "Little Five Points" I joined that Church and to this day I havent looked back, it sadens me to see how our LBGT people attends the traditional churches and have to endure the spiritual abuse these "So Called" Pastors put on their parishners, I invite any and everyone that reads this to Visit the Vision Church Of Atlanta, you will be truly blessed, and hey you might just become a member........God Bless Everyone that reads this review.

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I come from the "OLD SCHOOL CHURCH" where you tarried for the holy ghost and had to speak in tongue in order to be considered to have the holy ghost, I started church when I was 15 years oldwas saved at 16 years old, I was pretty much forced to become save because of my father, in growing up in the "Old Church" if you grew up to adulthood you were expected to get married, well I did....big mistake that wasnt what I wanted to do I only did it because that's what my family wanted me to do, well later on in the years to come I divorced and decided to do what I wanted to do as far as my sexuality i was tired of living under the thumb of my family and People, "I came out" I wanted to discover a church that didnt condemn me to hell for my being a same sex loving person, I grew up still going to the traditional "Old School Churches" where every Sunday at some point in the sermon the pracher would interject something about being gay and going to Hell for being like that, as time went on, I heard about this Church called "The Vision Church" where they accepted "All" people my spirit rose up and I got very excited it was a few weeks before I got the nerves to attend, once I did go I couldnt stop going and after about a year the church Moved to a spot in the Atlanta area called "Little Five Points" I joined that Church and to this day I havent looked back, it sadens me to see how our LBGT people attends the traditional churches and have to endure the spiritual abuse these "So Called" Pastors put on their parishners, I invite any and everyone that reads this to Visit the Vision Church Of Atlanta, you will be truly blessed, and hey you might just become a member........God Bless Everyone that reads this review.

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I had the opportunity to worship at The Vision Church of Atlanta very recently. This is a very progressive pentacolstal church, that accepts all people exactly where they are.

The Pastor preached a very relevant word and the congregation seemed to be made up of young professionals.

I would highly recommend this church to anyone in the LGBT community especially.

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I had the opportunity to worship at The Vision Church of Atlanta very recently. This is a very progressive pentacolstal church, that accepts all people exactly where they are.

The Pastor preached a very relevant word and the congregation seemed to be made up of young professionals.

I would highly recommend this church to anyone in the LGBT community especially.

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