I you would like to know more about our ministry in the Philippines
over the last few years, please feel free to view our
video online. The FAQ tab will answer some of the
most asked questions about our ministry or point you to
where those answers can be found. Our
page will give you some background information on us.
If you are a member of the academic community or are just
curious and would like a more professional perspective on
Dave, please click on the Curriculum Vitae. If you would
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This is particularly important if you wish to pray for us.
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charitable foundation website of your own, please feel free
to link up, and send me your website address so that I can
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I also blog there on theology, Christian Missions,
and spirituality. You can also look for us on Facebook under
Dave and Debbie Johnson, or on
Twitter or Linkedin under DrDaveJohnson.
Debbie and I have taken up part-time,
positions at the Asia Pacific Theological Seminary in Baguio City, Philippines.
This is the regional Assemblies of God school for graduate
level education. We will travel there once or twice a year
to teach, and Dave has begun serving as the managing editor
of their theological journal, the
Asian Journal of
Pentecostal Studies and as director of their publishing
arm, the APTS Press.
For more on the school and these publications, please visit
For those who may wish to support our ministry, please feel
free to click on the
link, which will send you directly to the website of the
Assemblies of God World Missions, from which you can donate
directly into our account. For those, who would like
to support us monthly, please click on the "Pledge
Form" link and follow the instructions. Please
email us through the contact page if you have any questions.
The book pictured here was written with you in mind whether
you are interested in missions in the
or anywhere else in the world. It is full of stories of
miracles and events that only God could have done. We
also told stories, many of them contributed by the
missionaries themselves, which tells how they were saved,
filled with the Holy Spirit, and called to missionary work
in the Philippines.
We told of the work they did and, as much as possible, told
the story from their point of view—complete with both their
successes and failures in order to ensure that all glory
goes to God alone. To read a free chapter, please
click on the tab, "Free
Chapter of the Book," and download it, or read it right
Again, thank you for visiting us online.
Your Friends in Christ,
Dave and Debbie