Thursday, February 16, 2017

Two Victory Baptist Churches Exposed

“For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;” 2 Timothy 4:3

On my quest to further expose false teacher, Johnny Nixon, and those who are funding Born that Way Ministries, I’ve discovered that two churches are closely involved. These churches are working behind the scenes, but they are the real enablers. Victory Baptist Church in Elyria, Ohio, is the headquarters for Independent Baptist Online College where Johnny Nixon is a "Bible instructor," and Victory Baptist Church in Fort Valley, Georgia, is Johnny Nixon’s home church that is supporting him and giving him a platform to preach.

Johnny Nixon was obviously a failure as a pastor and has very few followers on YouTube, but with the help of those two churches and other participants such as Bob Gray Sr., Nixon’s hoax of a ministry could still succeed at infiltrating certain segments of the IFB movement.

Victory Baptist Church in Fort Valley, Georgia, says they are all about diversity, which sounds great until you look at the fine print. They aren’t just talking about the fact that church is for all ages and nationalities. Notice the words “bisexual,” “Lesbian,” "homosexual," "queer," and “transsexual” in this image taken from their website:

Since even open Sodomites and trannies are welcome at Victory Baptist Church, it’s no surprise that the pulpit isn’t reserved for independent fundamental Baptists. Trendy non-denominational, Greg Locke from Global Vision Bible Church, who I exposed previously, is also a keynote speaker at the 14th Annual Camp Meeting, which will be held at Victory Baptist Church.

Johnny Nixon has set his sights on the Bible belt, and a few of the good ol' boys seem happy to oblige. I’m sure they can count on Clemmon Chappell to shout out his trademark “Wellll, Glory!” as soft spoken Johnny Nixon takes the stage at the camp meeting. The question is, who exactly is being glorified at this convention of pedophile enablers?

Born that Way Ministries says their goal is “to educate churches on how they can effectively reach the gay community.” In my video where I expose the book, Born that Way After All, I show what exactly Johnny Nixon and Joshua Agan mean by that. Their book makes it clear that they are recommending Sodomites be embraced in churches as children’s workers. Keep your children close and steer clear of any church that supports BTW Ministries.

“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:” 1 Peter 5:8

Here is a sermon about The Dangers of Church Nurseries.


J-Guy said...

Good call; other red flags I saw were 'Ideology' which I figured doesn't say anything good about the doctrine. There was also 'Inclusion': made me think back to the Riverside Church of NYC (and they all kinds of wrong out there)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for keeping us informed pastor. I went to their website and man that was so creepy just reading about their diversity page and then when I saw the poster sign with all the homo words that was even creepier. Any Christian in their right mind could see by now how wicked and evil BTW ministries and Johnny Nixon and their supporters are. It's exactly like you've been telling us - WICKED. Keep preaching it brother! I'm so glad you're on God's side.

Anonymous said...

Hello Pastor Anderson,

I don't know if you are aware of it, but there's going to be a live interview today with Johnny Nixon. Bob Gray Sr. is the one that is going to be interviewing him.

Check out the link:

Thank you for exposing false teachers!

Anonymous said...

@ Anonymous, how did that interview go? Any chance Bob Gay changed his mind?

Anonymous said...

I find it humorous that gay people don't even like Johnny Nixon, because he's asking them to water down their lives for a specific version of salvation. I guess you guys have more in common than you realized.

Anonymous said...

I didn't realize that not having alot of youtube followers is an indicator that someone is a failure of a pastor...