A page turned, a chapter completed a battle fought, a victory won, a life’s book closed.
It is with most sincere sympathy that we formally announce the passing of, Johnny James Hollis, Jr. who transitioned from this life on Monday, June 8, 2020.
Elder Johnny J. Hollis Jr. is an Associate Minister at Life Church of God in Christ in the city of Atlanta, Georgia. He is the former Youth Pastor and Outreach Director for
Sherman Memorial Church of God in Christ in Charlotte, North Carolina. Elder Hollis is a very gifted young man with a great desire to reach the
underprivileged, downtrodden, and forgotten. He’s an advocate for justice skilled in handling of God’s word and passionate about the spiritual advancement of others.
Johnny J. Hollis accepted Christ at the age of twelve and has ministered across the country since he was thirteen years old. His inspirational messages and real-life
testimonies have touched hundreds of lives and changed hundreds more.
Johnny is a 1999 graduate of the Thomasville High School. While attending the “Unsinkable Albany State University” he majored in International Affairs and participated in the U.S. State Department Fellowship in Brazil. In 2012, Attorney Hollis entered the Charlotte School of Law and graduated in 2015. He is a former Educator, Outreach Minister, and Youth Pastor.
Johnny is the founder of the Life Empowerment Transformation Project, a nonprofit that provides advocacy against poverty and injustice. An inspirational speaker and a natural leader, Attorney Hollis enjoys preaching and teaching. His burden is for the restoration of spiritual warriors so that they are healed, equipped, and building again. Like John the Baptist he is a mighty voice crying out in the wilderness…
Johnny James Hollis, Jr. left behind (to look over) His Loving Mother Gretchen D. Wiggins Hollis. His wonderful father Johnny James Hollis Sr.
His close connected sisters Sheena Lachael Hollis and Adrian Diane Hollis (Tony) Gosier. He left also to look over his Nephew who was his heart
Jaylen Edward Duncan; aunts, uncles, cousins, and brothers and sisters in Christ.
Johnny Hollis Jr. will truly be missed but will never be forgotten by the many lives that he touched. He was never a stranger to anyone, but a brother in Christ.
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