The Johnsons served the Lord in Mexico for many years. Their son, Andrew, was born with developmental delays. When they were home on furlough following his birth, after much prayer, it was felt by Paul and Jenny and the Mission Board, that the Johnsonís should stay in the States so that Andrew could have the therapy he required for learning.
They served for many years in the Home Office of CAM (Central America Mission, International) in Dallas, Texas. Now they are at Corban College in Oregon where they train college students and serve as Representatives of CAM Int'l. They are a very wonderful family, sweet and eager to serve the Lord.
Paul writes, "We are ministering in two ways here in the Northwest. First, at Corban we are seeking to build a real missions movement on campus so that all of the students grow in their understanding and commitment to fulfill Christ's Great Commission. Secondly, I am seeking to work with churches in the area to help strengthen their missions programs and promote CAM's ministry. I am also now a certified instructor for the 'Perspectives on the World Christian Movement' class offered here in Salem and elsewhere annually."