Victory Outreach Church

★★★★☆
  • 10821 1st Avenue South

    Seattle, WA 98168

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  • 206-244-8184

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Do not use this church's men's group for tasks, especially moving. Even though they claim their services are free, if you don't "donate" funds they promise to show up, and then don't, leaving you stranded with no help at all. The people in the actual church seem nice, though.

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Do not use this church's men's group for tasks, especially moving. Even though they claim their services are free, if you don't "donate" funds they promise to show up, and then don't, leaving you stranded with no help at all. The people in the actual church seem nice, though.

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Jus writing this review to urge others to go with an open mindto this church because you'll be hard pressed to find anybody who has bad things to say about it who doesn't have an axe to grind. I personally have been to the mens rehab and unlike one review says they eat plenty one of the problems people have there is actually Gainin weight hahaha...they deal with thedown and outters of society and people with a lot of hurt and pain when dealin with these kind of people day in and day out its no suprise the bad reviews have such hate nd bitterness in them..once agan I urge anybody who is thinkin of goin To jus check it out and see the real life transforming testimonies face to face !

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Jus writing this review to urge others to go with an open mindto this church because you'll be hard pressed to find anybody who has bad things to say about it who doesn't have an axe to grind. I personally have been to the mens rehab and unlike one review says they eat plenty one of the problems people have there is actually Gainin weight hahaha...they deal with thedown and outters of society and people with a lot of hurt and pain when dealin with these kind of people day in and day out its no suprise the bad reviews have such hate nd bitterness in them..once agan I urge anybody who is thinkin of goin To jus check it out and see the real life transforming testimonies face to face !

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I had a family member stay in the home for a while. Outsiders may say that theyre a cult and their rule is authoritarian, but I look at it differently. Anyone who truly wants help needs God. Anyone who seeks God will have a very easy time if he or she gives up all distractions, like cellular phones, internet access, visitations (though if I was not able to visit I would be angry, luckily they allow it after a week or two), everything must be stripped away.

Said family member struggled with drug addiction. Anything from pain pills, to street pills, to street drugs, anything that could be found. Lying was always expected when dealing with us.

Anyone who truly wants to come off of addictions need to be humbled. Living the meek life in the home removed all of the crutches and excuses. Yes they are poor. Going to church services all the time. They work long hours, they preach. They wake up with devotion and prayer. Food was hard to come by because they sold craft items they made to fund the home. They ate cheap can goods and cheap processed meats. Money does not grow on trees in the home. But, everything they do is to connect to God and disconnect from the world and the devil.

Are they a cult? Maybe. Maybe not. They teach discipline to the undisciplined. They teach humility to the proud. They help the afflicted to heal scars that grow inside everytime they commit sins but couldn't control it.

I go to services and go with an open mind, though guarded. I have been to a few Pentacostal churches before so I knew to expect high charisma.

I have heard many testimonies from people who are in the homes, or have finished it, and it is amazing to see the love of everyone in the church. Some still have ghetto-like reflexes, but change doesn't happen overnight.

It's about Jesus. I like this church.

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★★★★★

I had a family member stay in the home for a while. Outsiders may say that theyre a cult and their rule is authoritarian, but I look at it differently. Anyone who truly wants help needs God. Anyone who seeks God will have a very easy time if he or she gives up all distractions, like cellular phones, internet access, visitations (though if I was not able to visit I would be angry, luckily they allow it after a week or two), everything must be stripped away.

Said family member struggled with drug addiction. Anything from pain pills, to street pills, to street drugs, anything that could be found. Lying was always expected when dealing with us.

Anyone who truly wants to come off of addictions need to be humbled. Living the meek life in the home removed all of the crutches and excuses. Yes they are poor. Going to church services all the time. They work long hours, they preach. They wake up with devotion and prayer. Food was hard to come by because they sold craft items they made to fund the home. They ate cheap can goods and cheap processed meats. Money does not grow on trees in the home. But, everything they do is to connect to God and disconnect from the world and the devil.

Are they a cult? Maybe. Maybe not. They teach discipline to the undisciplined. They teach humility to the proud. They help the afflicted to heal scars that grow inside everytime they commit sins but couldn't control it.

I go to services and go with an open mind, though guarded. I have been to a few Pentacostal churches before so I knew to expect high charisma.

I have heard many testimonies from people who are in the homes, or have finished it, and it is amazing to see the love of everyone in the church. Some still have ghetto-like reflexes, but change doesn't happen overnight.

It's about Jesus. I like this church.

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i do find VO to be a dangerous cult. however, they all are just naive druggies replacing their addiction for another addiction called subjegation. i guess it is ok, if they like that since most disfunctional individuals need some type of guidance. however, they really are not that dangerous. i mean come on now, one wrong move and its back in the slammer for these poor misguided misfits. ok, you're right, that is probably where they belong anyway instead of having some misguided moronic cult leader that is so burnt himself from drug addiction that he can't see himself pee in a toilet, but hey, this is america.....

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i do find VO to be a dangerous cult. however, they all are just naive druggies replacing their addiction for another addiction called subjegation. i guess it is ok, if they like that since most disfunctional individuals need some type of guidance. however, they really are not that dangerous. i mean come on now, one wrong move and its back in the slammer for these poor misguided misfits. ok, you're right, that is probably where they belong anyway instead of having some misguided moronic cult leader that is so burnt himself from drug addiction that he can't see himself pee in a toilet, but hey, this is america.....

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My brother, who is struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, signed himself into a Victory Outreach rehab program. He left after 3 weeks, concerned about their integrity. Their business model included overcrowding (11 sleeping in a garage), food deprivation (poor, limited food, infrequently available, and a money grubbing atmosphere (illegally making everyone get food stamps and then confiscating them, along with their information, taking social security checks for "rent", etc.). Everyone worked hard at difficult jobs, without input. He said it was like being a slave. They offered no counseling other than prayer and more prayer.

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My brother, who is struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, signed himself into a Victory Outreach rehab program. He left after 3 weeks, concerned about their integrity. Their business model included overcrowding (11 sleeping in a garage), food deprivation (poor, limited food, infrequently available, and a money grubbing atmosphere (illegally making everyone get food stamps and then confiscating them, along with their information, taking social security checks for "rent", etc.). Everyone worked hard at difficult jobs, without input. He said it was like being a slave. They offered no counseling other than prayer and more prayer.

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This is the best example of how the Lord Jesus Christ can change a life. These people truly love Jesus and are all about giving back to others. Where else can you find a place where everyone can worship the lord Jesus Christ and feel welcomed. No matter what your past or what you look like your welcomed at Victory Outreach Seattle! The things they do for the community are amazing from the free Car Shows and Kids Festivals and Carnivals, where they pass out free school supplies to the free Christmas Presents and Meals they serve families in White Center, Burien and surrounding areas, also the FREE Christian Recovery Homes they have for Men & Women and Youth, where any one battle drug addiction, homelessness, etc can come and live for free for over 1 year and get full rehabilitations. And it??s all for FREE - At no cost!!!! That is unheard of these days!!! And the Pastors and Leadership are such loving and humble people that have sacraficed so much for the lost and hurting people of Seattle, it is truly a blessing from God.
This place is truly a house of living miracles. Everyone and there Mama needs to check this place out! And to anyone that has negative things to say about this ministry! SHAME ON YOU! What are you and/or your church doing to help your fellow Bro??s & Sisters in need? Who have you helped today? No worry VOS still loves you and prays for you all!

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This is the best example of how the Lord Jesus Christ can change a life. These people truly love Jesus and are all about giving back to others. Where else can you find a place where everyone can worship the lord Jesus Christ and feel welcomed. No matter what your past or what you look like your welcomed at Victory Outreach Seattle! The things they do for the community are amazing from the free Car Shows and Kids Festivals and Carnivals, where they pass out free school supplies to the free Christmas Presents and Meals they serve families in White Center, Burien and surrounding areas, also the FREE Christian Recovery Homes they have for Men & Women and Youth, where any one battle drug addiction, homelessness, etc can come and live for free for over 1 year and get full rehabilitations. And it??s all for FREE - At no cost!!!! That is unheard of these days!!! And the Pastors and Leadership are such loving and humble people that have sacraficed so much for the lost and hurting people of Seattle, it is truly a blessing from God.
This place is truly a house of living miracles. Everyone and there Mama needs to check this place out! And to anyone that has negative things to say about this ministry! SHAME ON YOU! What are you and/or your church doing to help your fellow Bro??s & Sisters in need? Who have you helped today? No worry VOS still loves you and prays for you all!

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Victory Outreach Seattle is an annointed Ministry. They are a loving ministry who have all changed their lives to serve the Lord. I will gladly take my family their again. They are an open an honest ministry. Anyone who hasnt' experienced the love in their church wasn't their for Jesus, they must of been their for a handout. I have found my home, and they consider me family. Anyone looking for a new family in Christ need to come check out VO Seattle. Their awesome.

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Victory Outreach Seattle is an annointed Ministry. They are a loving ministry who have all changed their lives to serve the Lord. I will gladly take my family their again. They are an open an honest ministry. Anyone who hasnt' experienced the love in their church wasn't their for Jesus, they must of been their for a handout. I have found my home, and they consider me family. Anyone looking for a new family in Christ need to come check out VO Seattle. Their awesome.

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They're hoodlums & gangsters & I don't want any thing to do with them!! They are also very loud & they're a cult in my eyes!!! I don't want them around my family.

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They're hoodlums & gangsters & I don't want any thing to do with them!! They are also very loud & they're a cult in my eyes!!! I don't want them around my family.

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If you need a church home Victory Outreach is the place. My husband and I experienced the presence of the lord. We were truly blessed from the loving ushers, pastor's and members. The testimony's that we heard that night were and such a blessing. On top of all of that they had childcare.....great especially when you have 3 kids ranging from 10 to 4.

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If you need a church home Victory Outreach is the place. My husband and I experienced the presence of the lord. We were truly blessed from the loving ushers, pastor's and members. The testimony's that we heard that night were and such a blessing. On top of all of that they had childcare.....great especially when you have 3 kids ranging from 10 to 4.

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What first drew me to Victory Outreach was watching them on the news as they witnessed in downtown Seattle at the needle exchange. What could show the love of Jesus better than reaching out to those who society won't? I attended a few services there and Pastor Johnny had me in stitches every time. Good messages, with humorous overtones. They have an excellent programs for youth, adults, etc. I recommend this church to anyone, and would like to note that if you are having a hard time with an addiction, these people have the heart to help!

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What first drew me to Victory Outreach was watching them on the news as they witnessed in downtown Seattle at the needle exchange. What could show the love of Jesus better than reaching out to those who society won't? I attended a few services there and Pastor Johnny had me in stitches every time. Good messages, with humorous overtones. They have an excellent programs for youth, adults, etc. I recommend this church to anyone, and would like to note that if you are having a hard time with an addiction, these people have the heart to help!

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