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Grammy-Award-winner-turned pastor Le'Andria Johnson admitted that she uses some unconventional methods to get people into the church. So it works. The method works. The season three "Sunday Best" winner admitted that it will take unconventional techniques to reach people in this day and age.
Besides passing out cigarettes, some of her other unique methods as seen in episode one include dressing promiscuously to minister to prostitutes and handing out condoms to those in need. How can the world practice safe sex and the church can't? The year-old pastor and founder of Imperfect People Changing Ministries in Atlanta, Georgia, has found herself in some hot water previously for her carefree behavior.
Some of her recent social media post have received backlash because she is heard cursing and drinking tequila. Many on Twitter are calling for the minster to be a better example for believers. On the premiere of "Preachers of Atlanta," a feisty Johnson suggested that the church needed to "catch up.
As seen on the show, Swilley vouches for Johnson's tactics and is pushing his own mainstream methods under the banner of gay people in leadership of the church. Johnson, although focused on cleaning up the streets, appears to be having trouble in her home. The season premiere revealed Johnson's husband, Forrest Walker, could have fathered another woman's child. Nevertheless, Johnson said she will continue to trust God to get her through and at the same time continue taking care of and supporting her family and the church.
Blake Shelton believes in God more than ever, now attends church regularly because of Gwen Stefani. Sean Hannity says faith is 'stronger' than ever after leaving Catholic Church over 'institutionalized corruption'. Christian sailor who died saving others in Pensacola mass shooting only recently rekindled faith.