Friday, May 4, 2012

Join Us for A Conversation with Apostle Kevin A. Johnson

Recently, we had the pleasure of speaking with Apostle Kevin A. Johnson about Dust Collector, his inspirational guide to living a Christ-centered life.  Apostle Johnson brought the same passion and positive energy to the interview as he does his books, ministry and family life.

Dust Collector explores the sins and sorrow universal to the human condition: addiction, drug dependency, broken marriages, and sadness. These painful experiences build up in our psyches and souls as “dust”. Johnson’s goal is to help people realize that while the dust may make them feel worthless, it has no impact on how God sees them. On the contrary, it gives Him something to work with. He will take this dust and turn it to gold, but first we must invite Him into our lives. The book provides a step by step method to holistically transform our lives through the love of Jesus Christ. But while it is an expression of Johnson’s life mission, he does not take credit for it. "God breathed life into every page of this book,” he said, “I may have typed the page, but it was He who provided the words that can free every person from the dust in their lives.”

Apostle Kevin A. Johnson is a minister, counselor, and writer based in Nashville, Tennessee. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and a minor in Pastoral Studies from the American Baptist Theological Seminary, where he graduated magna cum laude and was twice-named Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. He also received special recognition for outstanding service by former Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist.

When he is not writing books or running his ministry, Apostle Johnson--along with his wife Terrah--own and operate Just Breath Ministries, LLC. They also have five children.
To learn more about Apostle Johnson’s work, visit or email him directly at Dust Collector is available at Xulon Press, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Google Books.

Click here to listen to the podcast.
Like what you heard? Tune in Friday, May 11 when Apostle Johnson joins us again to discuss his follow up book, Sabotage.

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