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Former Hillsong Staff Member Explains Why He Left Hillsong

by | Aug 23, 2021

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Nathan Zamprogno was a devoted member of a church that was a Hillsong offshoot, about half an hour’s drive away. 

He discusses the impact those years of devotion had on him before he ended up #leavinghillsong. 

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But before he had, he was witness to a visiting pastor who appeared to stay. His name was Frank Houston, and it seemed strange he should be in such a small town so far away from the public eye.  And the reasons were more than sinister.

This podcast is well worth listening to the entire thing. As Reformation Charlotte has reported on many occasions, Hillsong is a cult with cult-like leadership. While we do not agree with or endorse every statement made in the podcast, it does expose and demonstrate this cult-like behavior.

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