Pastor Paul Johnson grew up in the Twin Cities where he began an award-winning career in radio and television broadcasting. He pursued God’s call to ministry and returned home after serving as Teaching Pastor at Christ Community Church in Tucson, Arizona, and as Lead Pastor at South Delta Baptist Church in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Paul has a keen interest in church multiplication and leadership development. He holds Doctor of Ministry and Masters of Divinity degrees and has authored two books and numerous articles regarding church life and governance. Pastor Johnson has also endured difficult trials, which provide a Christ-centered empathy that can lead others toward a deeper faith through trauma
Let me have my son: Part 2 of 2
Filmmaker Cris Kruse returns to complete the true story of a Father’s love towards his mentally ill son. It’s Cris’s story featured in “Let me have my son”.
Let me have my son: Part 1 of 2
The writer and director of a new feature film “Let me have my son” tells of the true story of his son Daniel, who suffers from severe mental illness. How does love overcome? Filmmaker Cris Kruse is Paul’s guest.
Rebuilding after prison: Part 2 of 2
David Johnson returns to discuss the difficulties the incarcerated have with jobs, housing, and simple things we take for granted, The challenging road of reentry. Part 2 of 2.
Rebuilding life after prison: Part 1 of 2
Living in the shadows of society, how can the incarcerated live great lives when their sentence is completed. Paul’s guest is David Johnson, who has moved from incarceration to rebuilding his life successfully.
Redemption and rebuilding a city: Part 2 of 2
First, he had a vision for the inner city, and founded Urban Ventures, which was ground zero for the George Floyd riots in Minneapolis. Now, Art Erickson has a new vision for the rebuilding of the neighborhood. Hear about “Lake Street Works” today. Part 2 of 2
Redemption and rebuilding a city: Part 1 of 2
His persistence and faith helped change the inner city of Minneapolis as the co-founder of Urban Ventures. Now in his 80's, Art Erickson has a new vision for redemption with StudiOne-Eighty. Part 1 of 2.
As a mom and pastor who recently experienced the sudden death of an adult child, I’m personally and professionally acquainted with trauma and grief. I’ve also experienced the redemptive power of Christ in the midst of sorrow. There is hope available. You will find these podcasts authentic, relatable and filled with hope.