Steve and Pam
Anna and Tucker, Theresa and Denari, Claire and Jack
Hello Dear Ones!
Brian and Rebekah continue happily-ever-aftering in Issaquah, WA. Brian works with a company that engineers heating and cooling systems. He is finding his work a healthy challenge and enjoys his associates. Beautiful Rebekah is teaching dance and setting up their new apartment!
Tess has become the personal assistant to a fine gentleman who owns Little Valley Mountain Resort, a beautiful get-away in our neighborhood! He has employed all three of our daughters over the past 4 years. Tess re-enters beauty school in January to expand her skills and will move to Knoxville. We will miss her cheerfulness. We so appreciated her hard work to keep the place up while we were gone.
Anna is at U.T. Chattanooga, a Senior in Sociology, minoring in Marketing. She volunteers at Young Life and has a High School girls group Anna is never afraid to try something new. This year
Christmas is in Alaska. Claire is out of the nest and a sophomore at U.T. Chat majoring in Communications. She loves the campus life and has made good friends. Her faith is growing and her circle of friends is solid. She loves to tell them stories of growing up in the Johnson family. Yikes!
Most of you followed Steve and me as we ministered with our friends, the Bellas, in Israel this spring. At this stage I’m still slack jawed at all God did and continues to in our lives. Somehow I knew if we just obeyed and jumped with Him He would look after everything else. And He did! The over-looked path is a joyful faith walk!
We have found and been enfolded in a new congregation, Life Changers International. All I can say is check it out on Face Book. We love Pastor Sandra’s faith and real love for people. We love the Jesus focus, the call to intercession and worship and the enthusiasm of the believers. Steve will be teaching college level classes in the new year.
I have a sweet job as Inside Sales Agent at Kings of Real Estate. There’s a fun God story there! We His children are sweeping the planet! Our light shines!
The animals are happy and well. The garden is tucked away for the winter. Since I’m writing this on Dec. 21 we are not concerned this is the end of the world – although we are concerned for the state of America. Our hearts go out to those in Connecticut who have lost loved ones! We are turning heart to the Lord!
Love and blessings to all,
Pam and the Family