Apostle Timothy Rollins of Atlanta to preach at St. James A.M.E.

Apostle Timothy Rollins of Atlanta  to preach at St. James A.M.E.
May 28
00:00 2015

In photo above: Apostle Timothy Rollins (Submitted photo)

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Apostle Timothy Rollins, pastor of Victorious! Outreach Ministries International in Atlanta, Georgia, will bring the message Sunday, May 31, at St. James A.M.E. Church, 1501 N. Patterson Ave. at the corner of 15th Street (across from the U.S. Post Office). The pastor is the Rev. Steven L. Lyons. The public is invited to attend the service, which begins at 10 a.m.
Rollins, a.k.a. daHoodRev!, is the son of Vivian B. Rollins, a long-time member of St. James.

He began a musical career journey at the age of 4. Born in New York City (Jamaica, Queens) but raised in Uniondale, Long Island, he started playing classical music by Beethoven and Bach, performing in concerts at age 5. Born with perfect pitch and playing piano by ear, ‘HoodRev!’ was soon trained by a Ph.D. graduate from Juilliard, then later attended Howard University.

He traveled a path that led him to perform various kinds of music, including R&B/Funk, hip-hop and jazz.

But in October 1990, Rollins met and recognized the Holy Spirit for the first time in his life, and dedicated his whole life to God and fulfilling his purpose in destiny. He moved to Atlanta, Georgia, in July 1991 to pursue a full-time gospel music career in which he became minister of music at various churches throughout Georgia.

On July 23, 1993 he was called to preach and was licensed (1994), ordained (1998) and installed (2004) as the pastor of Victorious! Outreach Ministries International. He attended Luther Rice Seminary (1998 and 1999).

Rollins has traveled all over the World. He has actively become a spiritual father to many pastors. Rollins is married to Prophetess Victoria Jaja Rollins and has one daughter, Torria Jamari Rollins.

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