Pastor Bo Johnson

Bo Johnson

Bo Johnson       

                                      

Board Member, “The Barnabas Foundation”

 2704 11th Street NE, Birmingham, AL 35215

 Telephone: Home:854-5188  Cell:369-7641

 Email: bojo5250@aol.com                                             

Pastor Bo Johnson is the Senior Pastor of Living Word Church. Living Word Church was started in April 2004 to provide a place of love and acceptance in and around the community.

Bo has a heart to reach the lost, the unchurched and those who have reached a place of frustration and feel that the church is no longer relevant. Bo has been married to his wife, Khristie, for 20 years and has 4 children. Bo has served in many various roles since getting involved in ministry in 1994. His vision is to see a thriving, passionate, casual, Christ centered group of believers raised up to meet the needs of the people of the communities in Pinson, the surrounding areas, the state of Alabama, the USA and the entire world. He became involved with The Barnabas Foundation in 2008, when he joined them to go on his first of two missionary trips to Russia. While in Russia, he taught in the Barnabas Foundation's School of Ministry and ministered at local churches.

EDUCATION

Life Christian University, Tampa, FL, 2006 Bachelor Theology

EXPERIENCE

2004-Present

Pastor and Founder, Living Word Church, Pinson, Alabama

2000-2004

Associate Pastor, The Edge, Clay, Alabama

1994-2000

Various ministry positions in Alabama including associate pastor, youth pastor, jail/prison ministry, homeless ministry, radio/tv ministry

Bo & Khristie believe that the bottom line is we must be involved with the community, available to the people and responsive to the needs.

 If you aren't already actively involved with another group of believers we encourage you to stop by and be our guest for the day. Upon checking out what God is doing at LWC you may find just the right spot for you to fulfill God's purpose in your life.

Pastor Bo


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