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Bishop Johnson has a strong reach to overseas pastors and words of encouragement to undergird their labor for the Gospel.
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International Pastors

Since 2001, Pastors from overseas have been attending the Beth-El Fellowship of Visionary Churches Conference and Convocation with a goal to connect, recharge, and refresh. Bishops, Pastors, and Prophets have traveled far distances from Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa to attend the Vision Conferences and to sit under the teaching of Bishop Johnson. During their time in the U.S., they attend The House of the Lord Worship Services, Workshops for Senior Pastors and Church Leaders, and are provided with books and materials for the journey. Bishop Johnson also anoints them with oil and lays hands and prays and/or prophesies over them, and they leave re-energized and equipped for the work of the ministry to the people in their nations.

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The word resource refers to assets, materials, and life supporting tools. Our prayer is that you will find the information and available teaching on this website to be a wealth of knowledge empowering you to deepen your relationship with God and energize your ministry of the gospel. We hope that you will take time to browse the collection and be edified in your Spirit as you prepare for greater works. Click Here or  click “Resources” above.

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Healing, Social Justice, and Radical Love

Jesus Christ’s life and sacrifice was an example of demonstrating love to all people regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, education, or social class; particularly, the marginalized, vulnerable, and outcast. Real social justice begins with seeing the needs of others with eyes of compassion and humility, and then helping to uplift those who are under the weight of social misery. Click Here to go to the page.

Jesus Christ of the Poor, Oppressed, and Suffering

The Revolutionary & Radical Jesus

Jesus of the Poor, Oppressed, Suffering, and Marginalized

The Distortion of Christ & the Power of His Sacrifice

Liberation & Social Justice Theologies

Community Crises, Trauma, and Global Catastrophes

Traumas as Daily Catastrophe for People of Color & the Poor

On COVID-19 & Health Crises

The Church as a Refuge for the Oppressed

The Church’s Betrayal of the Message of Jesus

The Profit Church vs The People’s Church

The Physical vs The Spiritual Church

The Role of the Church in Fighting Radical Evils