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Donny Reagan is the pastor of the Happy Valley Church of Jesus Christ located at 2733 Elizabethton Highway in Johnson City, Tennessee. It is also one of the largest message churches in North America. Donny Reagan is known for his "screaming" style of preaching which brings to mind a story told of Winston Churchill. As the story goes, there was a section in the manuscript of one of his speeches which was underlined in red and in the margin he had written “Weak point. Speak louder.”

And while Donny Reagan screams about sin, it is interesting that he has failed to speak out about sin within the ranks of the message. He was scheduled to speak at a camp meeting sponsored by Cloverdale Bibleway when he found out that the pastor had been accused of covering up the sexual abuse of a minor.




Donny Reagan on Racial Purity

It must be understood that William Branham's followers believe that his word superseded the Bible. So when he stated the mixed marriages are improper, his followers believe that the couple in a biracial marriage are clearly disobeying God.

Donny Reagan, the pastor of Happy Valley Church of Jesus Christ in Johnson City, TN, achieve notoriety for a rant in a sermon he spoke on April 24, 2013 that was focused on anti-racial marriages. A video clip from his sermon was previously posted on Youtube but was pulled after Pastor Reagan threatened legal action for copyright violation.

Reagan addresses this in his sermon when he says that if Moses was here now, he would have to obey William Branham. This comment clearly shows that Donny Reagan does not believe the Bible but does hold William Branham as being above the Bible.

Reagan also stated at one point that:

There is a move in the message, of blacks marrying whites, whites marrying blacks. And folks think that is alright, but you know, my God still has nationalities outside the city.

With this statement Donny Reagan is insinuating that mixed-race children are destined to hell. This is because followers of William Branham's message believe that they are the Bride of Christ and will dwell in New Jerusalem while those Christians that are not in the elite group (anyone who does not follow William Branham) will be part of the nations outside the city. The only other option is hell.

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