Rev. Brian C. Johnson, PhD
Brian C. Johnson honors the struggles and accomplishments of the ordinary citizens who launched the Civil Rights Movement by committing himself personally and professionally to the advancement of multicultural and inclusive education.
He earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English from California University of Pennsylvania completed his PhD at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in Communications Media and Instructional Technology in December 2016. His research examines the role of mainstream film in the development of social dominance orientation.
Johnson serves on the ministry team at Revival Tabernacle in Watsontown, PA where he is an associated pastor, youth minister, and leads the Kingdom Writers’ guild.
God’s Not Finished
With Me Yet
Sunday morning. Church as usual.
The worship team finished singing, the offering was collected. Pastor Craft turned the service over to me. I ascended to the pulpit.
“Have you ever wrestled with God? I have,” I declared. My sermon was about the importance of being honest with yourself and sharing your struggles with others. I invited those who were proud of their deliverance to join me on the platform, but how could I reciprocate given my hidden proclivities? I felt the urging of the Holy Spirit to admit my own struggle. Confession was good for the soul, right? Yet, I continued to wrestle with God.
I can’t tell them, Lord. What will they think of me? How can I hurt them by exposing my shame? This will just kill them.
But the prompting of the Spirit was unmistakable…
So I named the beast.
Also by Rev. Brian C. Johnson, PhD
in the Bathroom
In the vein of Everybody Poops, which remains one of the bestselling books in children’s literature for its familiarity to people of all backgrounds, Finding God in the Bathroom, dares to explain Christian living principles in a way that blends grossology and theology.
Brian Johnson has written a book that is perfect for a tween – teen age boy or girl that has a sense of humor.