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Justin Johnson

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Emily Wong
You keep ministry momentum moving when you support the ministry of our stateside missionaries: our Lifeline staff who dedicate their lives 24/7 to restoring hope around the world. Your prayers and donations enable our staff to be your hands and feet, as God's love is shared through Lifeline's ministry communities!



Justin shares:

My background...

Mission work has always been in my lifeblood. I come from a long line of missionaries and ministers. My first global trip was to Venezuela when I was in middle school.  In high school, I continued mission work in Jamaica, Thailand, and China. After high school, I joined the US Army as an Airborne Infantryman. I spent more than a year in the horn of Africa and elsewhere in Africa, serving as force protection for humanitarian contractors and training domestic soldiers to combat insurgency. Stateside, I worked as a foreman in the natural gas industry in distribution and transmission pipeline arenas, and am currently an equipment operator installing fiber optic utilities in Southern Indiana. This is my "tentmaker" pastime as I pursue my calling with Lifeline Christian Mission. 



My family...

I am blessed with a wonderful wife, Alicia, and 3 great children: Brooklyn Faith, Ezra Roan, and Charliegh Evergreen. All of them attend and labor with me during meal packs. My wife, children, and I also minister to a local substance abuse rehabilitation center with our home church, Smithville Christian Church. My wife and kids love the work of ministry with Lifeline and love the people they minister to at the rehabilitation center. 


My passion for the Kingdom...


I am passionate about the Kingdom of God, Jesus and the reality of His mission, and am passionate about Scripture and the oil it becomes to enlighten our minds. Despite current affairs in any region at any given time, the Kingdom moves over, under, and around whatever obstacles and distractions the enemy constructs, whether it be in the world around us or within ourselves. It just takes people willing to hear, and in turn, to move. The world is going to get darker, but I am in love with Jesus, who will always pervade and overthrow the darkness of our current age. Understanding and becoming the Love of God is the most rebellious act a person can do against the evil that is so prevalent. I am passionate about that. Lifeline's mission is, to me, the residue of heaven. Learn how to love God, and from that we know how to love those He is calling.