Thomas A. Johnson

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Reverend Thomas A. Johnson was born in 1951 in Buford, Georgia and is the founding director of the Gwinnett County Christian Counseling Center, in Atlanta, Georgia. This is the oldest facility of its kind in the metro Atlanta area and has offered Christian Marriage and Family Counseling from a faith-based perspective to deserving families since 1978 [1] He has also offered free professional Christian therapy through the 6,000 member Hebron Baptist Church for the past 25 years and has served more than 250 families with this free counseling.[2] Reverend Johnson has provided spiritual guidance and direction to the citizens of metro Atlanta as the Religion correspondent for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Reverend Johnson was ordained to the ministry in 1977. He was voted into "Outstanding Young Men of America" in 1987 (page 737) and Who's Who in America in 1999. He is also a retired major in the United States Air Force and was command chaplain at Dobbins Air Force Base, Georgia. Reverend Johnson served as an [3] which was translated by Military Chaplains and is distributed throughout the world to military bases and installations. [4] He was called up for active duty in Operation Desert Storm and received the Air Force Achievement Medal. Prior to this he served as a staff chaplain at Georgia Baptist Medical Center and The Atlanta VA Medical Center.

Education[edit]

Johnson is a graduate of Waycross High School and received his bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia in 1973 where he was a member of Chi Psi fraternity. He received his master's degree from Columbia Theological Seminary in 1977. In addition, he is a graduate of Air Force Officers School and Air Command Chaplain School.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.marriagecounselinggwinnett.com
  2. ^ "Hebron Church – We Give Our Lives to Lead People to Life-Changing Faith in Jesus". http://www.hebronchurch.org. External link in |website= (help)
  3. ^ editor and translator for The Leadership Bible
  4. ^ http://godreports.com/2015/01/new-leadership-bible-by-military-chaplains/