Moving Past Injustices

  Moving Past Injustices… Injustices are tough to forgive. Through our Victorious Living Correspondence Outreach, we often meet inmates who testify that they are currently incarcerated for crimes they did not commit. Some tell us they have unfairly been passed over for parole. Talk about difficult situations to overcome! How easy it would be for a person to grow bitter …

A Sticky Situation

Recently, Dalton and Ivy (my youngest children) and I went to Panera Bread to eat. As a special treat, the kids picked out a freshly baked pastry to complete their meal. I watched with a smile as Ivy wrapped her lips around the sugary-coated cinnamon roll, licking her fingers after every bite. This scene took me back to 15 years …

Lose the Weight

“Hit it!” At the age of four, I made the choice to yell these two powerful words to a boat driver. At my command the throttle was engaged, and my little frame rose up out of the water of the Pamlico River in Bath, North Carolina. From that very first experience, I was hooked, and “Hit it!” became my phrase …

How did Kristi Overton Johnson Ministries End Up In Prison?

One visit with an incarcerated friend in 2013 opened Kristi’s eyes to the hopelessness of life behind bars. It also birthed in her a desire to minister to the hearts of incarcerated men and women. With a surrendered heart, Kristi told God she would go to prison. He responded to her commitment by opening doors for her Victorious Living magazine …