Pastor Neville Johnson of Academy of Light, Queensland died on 1st September 2019. Liked oral sex from church secretaries.

Pastor Neville Johnson of Academy of Light, Queensland died on 1st September 2019 after a short illness.

I presume he died at home in Maleny, Queensland, or in hospital nearby.

If anyone knows more details about what he died from and the circumstances surrounding his death, please could you make a comment in the comment’s box on this article or another Neville Johnson article on this site.

I became a Holy Spirit-filled Christian on 5 December 1995 aged 18 in Wellington, New Zealand.

My parents were Presbyterian clergy (pastors) so I grew up in a strong Christian family in New Zealand.

Donald Elley the writer of this site

Now aged 62 I can reflect on a long life of many adventures and many events.

I first heard of Pastor Neville Johnson in 1976 when Pentecostal and Charismatic Christians in Wellington heard about Neville Johnson’s successes in central Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city.

Auckland had a population of one million in those days. Its population is now 1.7 million.

In 1999 I moved to Auckland and attended Neville Johnson’s church in central Auckland – Queen Street Assemblies of God.

In 1999 there were 3000 people attending Queen Street Assemblies of God. It met in Auckland Town Hall, so it was really on the map.

The worship was beautiful. They had that aspect of the church going really well.

Neville Johnson’s sermons were deep and spiritual. He liked to use Old Testament typologies and draw “deep truths” from them. His manner was cool for cats. He was immaculately dressed in suave conservative suits. He was a suit man, as were all the young pastors under him – Gary Leven and others.

Everyone held Neville Johnson in awe. He projected a super-spiritual holy facade.

Unknown to everyone through the 1970s married Neville Johnson had been taking a series of three personal secretaries to Auckland motels to pleasure himself with them.

Neville Johnson’s ultimate sexual pleasure of choice were blow jobs or oral sex. That is, having his secretaries give him fellacio (oral sex to his penis).

Urban Dictionary:

a synonym for a “blow job” meaning oral sex on the male penis. Generally a heterosexual practice, however, also practiced by gays.
Very common in prison and somewhat hard to attain from your girlfriend :(the female unbuttons the males pants, pulls out his reproductive organ, and places her mouth on it, allowing it to enter and exit = fellacio

So this was Neville Johnson’s specialty.

Neville Johnson took his young female church personal secretaries to Auckland motel rooms on the premise that he was doing prayer and fasting and needed his secretary with him.

In reality he was having it off with them.

“Pastor” Neville Johnson in the 1970s. Liked blow jobs from secretaries.

I presume Neville Johnson did everything else with his secretaries apart from vaginal penetration. No doubt he stripped them naked, caressed them, got them to caress him and so on. No doubt he was very loving, caring and patient – all godly qualities.

Neville Johnson – very loving, caring and patient with his church secretaries.

Neville Johnson got caught out for what he was doing in the early 1980s when one of these secretaries, Rev Victor Johnston’s daughter, confessed to her dad.

Rev Victor Johnston was head of Neville Johnson’s Zion Bible College which was run from a large house near Epsom Auckland. I can’t recall the suburb’s name.

So Rev Victor Johnston’s daughter, confessed to her dad about what Neville Johnson had been doing with her in those motel rooms.

Rev Victor Johnston and other leaders talked to Neville Johnson’s previous two secretaries and they said Neville had been doing the same things with them.

Rev Victor Johnston was a Professor in Old Testament at the New Zealand Bible College in Henderson, Auckland who was invited by Neville Johnson to pioneer and head Neville’s new Zion Bible College.

Rev Victor Johnston was a colleague and friend of my father Rev Don Elley who was Professor of Pastoral Care, Missions and Evangelism at the New Zealand Bible College.

The New Zealand Bible College is now called Laidlaw College.

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My father Rev Don Elley. Very honourable and godly. Highly intelligent and highly educated.

My father told me how hurt Victor Johnson, known as Vic Johnson, was about what Neville Johnson did with his daughter.

In the early 1980s, I talked with Vic Johnson and his wife Helga about this scandal. Vic and Helga shared how hurt and betrayed they felt by Neville Johnson on many levels.

The fall-out from revelation of Neville Johnson’s immorality while a Christian pastor was catastrophic and devastating for Queen Street Assemblies of God. In a year the church went from 3000 people to a few hundred. Only the really diehard remained.

So Neville Johnson built up and destroyed the largest church ever in New Zealand, even to this day. God will judge.