Long-Time North Point Ministry Leader Receives Lap Dance at ‘Heretic Atlanta’ Bar

Andy Stanley and LeAnn Legan (Rumble screenshot)

God’s remnant—those who will be loyal to Him until Jesus comes back—appears to be getting smaller and smaller as members of His church sink lower and lower into cultural depravity.

A long-time ministry leader at one of Andy Stanley’s North Point Church satellite campus was recently caught on video receiving a “lap dance” at an Atlanta-area gay from a performer in drag.

The video, first reported on Twitter by Protestia, a group that is “cataloguing theological mischief-makers,” shows LeAnn Legan, director of operations at Buckhead Church in Atlanta participating in a charity drag show performance.

The show took place at a gay bar known as “The Heretic.” The performer, Alabama TP, is shown in the video giving the lap dance to Legan and performing other sexual-like moves during the event as the crowd cheered them on.

The drag queen performer also made an Instagram post to especially thank Legan, with a photo of the two posing together. The post said, “Special shout-out to this queen, @lealeag_. She helped me learn how to command attention and encouraged me to be myself on a stage. I love this girl so much and feel very fortunate to have been in life for many years.”

The Christian Post reported that Legan’s LinkedIn page said “she has served in the singles ministry at Buckhead Church for about 17 years and has been employed at Buckhead Church since 2015, most recently as a director of operations since March 2022.”

The LinkedIn information says she had volunteered as a singles gathering leader since 2006. The LinkedIn page has since been taken down.

Legan’s Instagram page is marked private.

The Christian Post reported that, in a post from June 2021, Legan celebrated “Gay Pride Month” and urged her followers to “open up your hearts and minds” and “be an ally,” with hashtags including “gay pride” and “Jesus Calls Us to Love.”

Buckhead is one of eight North Point churches in the metro Atlanta area. Stanley last preached a message there in January.

This Rumble video, provided by Protestia, shows Legan and Stanley together as Legan presented Stanley with a photo of the two of them.

A viral clip featuring Stanley and his sermon about gay Christians went viral earlier this year. During North Point’s Drive Conference in May 2022, Stanley told churchgoers that any LGBT individual who continues to go to church has “more faith than a lot of you.”

Shawn A. Akers is the online editor at Charisma Media.

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