Dena Johnson Ministries is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization devoted to sharing the good news that God brings beauty out of broken lives. Founder Dena Johnson lived through her own personal devastation that almost destroyed her faith. Instead, she found God faithful and loving and redemptive. As she saw the pieces of her life put back together, Dena became passionate about helping others find the God who is near the broken-hearted.
I am so excited to announce the Launching Into Freedom Conference to be held this Saturday, April 10. A friend of mine went through a really tough time a while back. Her daughter was really sick and nearly died, and then her husband left and filed for divorce. It was a pretty dark season, as… Continue reading Launching Into Freedom
I recently shared about seeing Jesus live at the Sight & Sound Theater. Now is your chance to see it live even if you can’t get to the theater!
Did you know that this past Sunday was Single Parent Day? Ronald Reagan saw the hard work of single parents many years ago and proclaimed March 21 Single Parent Day. I had actually never heard of Single Parent Day until I had been a single parent for a number of years. While it may not… Continue reading The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Last weekend, we had a little family escape to Branson, Missouri. It is spring break around here, and Branson is a popular destination from our home in the Oklahoma City area. My daughter had planned a girls’ trip with a friend from church, but she needed us to drive her to Branson—about a five hour… Continue reading Jesus
So how’s your 30 day challenge going? I hope you have been taking every thought captive by personalizing scriptures and reminding yourself multiple times daily of the truth of scriptures. Remember, the truth will set you free (John 8:32). I wanted to take a few minutes to introduce you to another resource that could make… Continue reading Verse Mapping Bible
Let’s take the next 30 days to let God do a mighty work in us so He can do a mighty work through us!
What about you? Is your mind your greatest asset? Or is it your greatest enemy?
Last week, an investigation into the life of the late Ravi Zacharias, prominent Christian apologist, revealed patterns of sexual misconduct and spiritual abuse that spanned his life and his ministry. Allegations had surfaced a number of years ago about his misconduct, but the accusers were silenced. Some staff members who attempted to question his character… Continue reading Ravi Zacharias: A Life of Abuse
Abigail and Nabal represent the classic narcissistic, abusive husband and a godly, empathic wife. It’s a story that plays out over and over in society today, in churches around the world.
Disqualified. The word echoed through my mind as I contemplated my future. I had dedicated my life to ministry, to serving the God who had been so faithful throughout my life. But now, I had the scarlet letter “D” hung around my neck for all to see. My unwanted divorce had permanently disqualified me from… Continue reading Disqualified