Ministry Administrative Assistant

Hannah Johnson

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I am married to a wonderful, God-fearing man. Matt and I have four beautiful sons, Cruise (11), Emmett (8), Walker (6) and Ellis (3). I am a Tallassee girl and I attended Auburn University majoring in Social Work. We lived away for 7 years, but I  know that The Lord has brought us home. Home to a place that fills me with an incredible sense of absolutely authentic community. I have never lived in any place like Reeltown. The support and love for Christ, above all else, is echoed throughout the community! It is truly amazing to watch God work. I am a girl, a daughter, a sister, a friend, a student of The Word, a coach’s wife and a mother of 4 beautiful bouncing boys! More often than not I feel like I am a maid, a taxi driver and a sports enthusiasts extraordinaire! I am a lover of the game (football of course), shopping, decorating and all things wedding. I am a woman in need of prayer. I am a sinner in need of redemption. I am a soul in need of saving. I am a child of the One True King! I am “MOMAAAA"  and I am His. Though the football life is tough, it's nice to have a Christian leader that comes home every night and just absolutely loves us. I do not claim being creator of my four little boys, but I do claim that Jesus Christ is the creator of all things, so in that truth I am thankful to have carried four healthy little boys. Our family is so important to me. When I hear my sons praying and sharing Christ with others, my heart beats so fast. They, in all their innocence, are perfectly created in the image of God.  Family is God's gift to remind of us how much He loves us. It is my greatest accomplishment.

 2 Peter 1:10-11 — “10 Therefore, brethren, be even more diligent to make your call and election sure, for if you do these things you will never stumble; 11 for so an entrance will be supplied to you abundantly into the everlasting kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.” I first heard Him speaking to me on October 28, 2015, in the stillness of my room. I heard His repeated whispers, "read it, write it, speak it" as I prayed to Him for direction in my life. That His will somehow consume mine, and align them in accordance to Him, that I would know without a shadow of doubt what my purpose in this world was. When I kept hearing Him call me into women's ministry, this is the verse I came across one day, in a day of my begging Him to take it away. But in true faithful fashion, He only makes my calling stronger everyday. He beckons me constantly. When I woke up I would hear Him say to me repeatedly before my feet hit the floor, Luke 4:12 Jesus answered, "It is said: 'Do not put the Lord your God to the test.'" I know this was Him reminding me that He has commanded me to do His works and I hadn't taken the proper steps. The Lord begin to bless me much more than I deserve as I finally relented to His command in my life. I am so honored to be given the opportunity, that I prayed for, to work with the community in ministry. This job opportunity is an answered prayer. I no longer ask Him to take this thought from my heart. I no longer believe that I am unworthy. I do not sit back and watch the devil try and steal my joy. I long to love God more. I long to feel His embrace. I long to lead others to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ by being His vessel. I long to have no human accolade, but that in all things the glory be given to whom it is owed, our Heavenly Father. I do not work to be seen, but yet to share His love as that of an innocent child or a faceless servant. I long only for Him to be given praise. I will never, in my human flesh, be enough to save anyone. That is the work of our Lord.

I have a heart for discipleship. In answering God's will, I began a community women's ministry, L.I.F.T. Ministries, Living In Faith Together. It is the desires of my heart that everything we do and say bring glory to The Lord.  I absolutely love to serve others in my Emmaus Community. It's such a huge part of my life and spiritual growth. I feel as though I am in His presence the entire time I'm serving. It is an amazing feeling to be the hands and feet of Christ on a level playing field. No one persons service is greater than another's. Equality. I love how as I serve and watch others serve no one desires a thank you or a pat on the back or to be acknowledged. It truly is sacred ground to me bc it is the place I found Jesus again. I own a Wedding Planning business, Psalm 143:8 Weddings. My hope is that through ministering to brides and young couples, throughout the lengthy process of wedding planning, that they understand that their one and only foundation must begin with Christ. I pray they understand the scripture..." for to you I entrust my life." Psalm 143:8 I also write a blog, Seasonal Reasoning, this was my first step in allowing God to use me. I pray He continues to give me His words, for I am merely but a vessel penning them to paper. 

2 Corinthians 5:8-12 
Paul instructs in his letter to Corinth in the same way he lives, confidently. Confident that being away from the body is being home with The Lord. He does everything cheerfully for the Lord (vs.9) even when the going gets tough. Do not become weary and lose hope, again be cheerful in all you do (2 Corinthians 4:16). Hold yourself accountable and responsible for your own actions (vs. 10). Your body is a temple for The Holy Spirit. Just as Paul did, please Christ for the prospect that you will one day appear in the judgement seat. Live your life as though there is a wooden gavel in the hand of the High Authority, ready to hammer down and render verdict for the life you have led. Your future should affect your life in the present. Remember that the judgement seat is a requirement, NOT an option. Do you allow your fellow man to hold you accountable? Do you work with those around you to further His kingdom? Do you work every single day with the mission that you WILL win, with God’s guidance, someone over to Christ? What do your actions say about you? Do you claim humility in Christ’s name or do you claim to be humble? Show others Christ through your actions. This is your job and duty to fellow man. The quality of your work will be tested by fire(vs.11). Will your work withstand the heat?


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