First Church Truth of God Broadcast: HOLINESS OR HELL

Pastor Gino Jennings Calls Out All Religions To Televised Debate Based On The Holy Bible

Finally, a fierce pastor who will not back down or sell out.

In a world that is seeking peace, love, and acceptance, there is no room for the ‘True Gospel.’ Gino N. Jennings is an Oneness Pentecostal preacher and overseer of the First Church of our Lord Jesus Christ in Philadelphia. Right now, he’s probably somewhere receiving death threats and hate mail due to his firm, uncompromising, condemning sermons. 

“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.”-1Timothy 3:16-17          

You might as well consider Pastor Jennings, a radical for Christ. He is breaking statues and tearing down pictures of idols. He has shut down false prophets, religions, sororities, secret societies, and cults, with scriptures of truth, which is a hard pill to swallow. Based on his teachings, the whole world has been misled, and people are opening their ears to hear his messages that were never taught in most churches.

 Pastor Jennings says he’s had enough of cotton candy motivational speakers such as Joel Osteen and T.D.Jakes, who’d rather sugar coat the Word of God to keep members and money flowing in. Jennings believes that people go to church to feel good about living in sin or in a way that is comfortable to them. There are no longer standards, convictions, or morals in the church. I must admit, breaking bad habits and turning over a new leaf in life is one of the hardest challenges we face as the human race.

The Oneness Pentecostal preacher is mostly criticized for his bluntness and lack of compassion. He has attacked the LGBTQ community with vulgar language, referring to these individuals as perverted people. He’s offended women wearing jewelry, hair extensions, and provocative clothing, calling them prostitutes. He accused the new religious group of Hebrew Israelites, as being black bigots and a hate supremacist group. When asked why he has not contacted the Catholic Church for a debate, he replied, “I did, what do I have to do, send them a booty call?” No one is exempt, well other than himself obviously. The Bible instructs us to be more like Christ.

Many people are angry, offended, and outraged, while others are excited, supportive, and relieved to know that this pastor is not concerned with money, making false promises, or diluting the Word of God. One thing for sure, his messages are not for the weak or faint at heart. Be prepared for harsh words and strong criticism. Pastor Jennings is using Scriptures to correct, instruct, and rebuke pagan ways and false teachings.