Robin and Janette Johnson are New Zealand born Australians and when not traveling, reside on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria Australia.
Janette came to Christ as a child and Robin was converted in his late teens. They have been married for over 50 years, served in ministry together throughout their married life, have five adult children and 15 grandchildren.
Their ministry is about bringing a message of faith, love and hope, fervently desiring to see lives transformed by proclaiming, teaching and demonstrating the Good News of the Kingdom of God.
They have a passion for revival, longing to see fresh and dynamic outpourings of the Holy Spirit. Over the years they have witnessed revivals and continue to experience and encounter the Holy Spirit, seeing people saved, healed and encounter miracles through the power of Jesus’ name.
They are a unique and dynamic apostolic ministry team with experience in church leadership, pastoral ministry and missions. For over 25 years they have been ministering in a number of various nations across SE Asia, mainly involved in teaching and training leaders, preaching and also witnessing the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in various places. In recent years Mozambique and Panama have also become ministry destinations.
Together they share in the commitment for teaching, training and raising believers to discover, walk and live in their full potential while serving Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Robin and Janette are passionate about marriage and family and are often requested to speak on this in their conferences. They are advocates for the “Sanctity of Life” and are committed to see abortion cease, while reaching out to the living victims of abortion for their own healing.
Robin is a sought after speaker for pastor’s and leader’s conferences, schools and meetings. He also ministers in seminars, church services and crusades. He is involved in mentoring leaders and receives invitations to consult at times with various church leaders. Along with ministering in NZ and Australia he has ministered in Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, USA, China, Hong Kong, Laos, Mozambique, Panama, Fiji, the Cook Islands and the Philippines.
His biblical knowledge is excellent and comprehensive and is well communicated. This is evident by his lively, communicative, balanced preaching and teaching of the Word of God; messages containing practical applications, delivered with humour and sensitivity. A passion for and a reliance on the power of the Holy Spirit is evident along with a prophetic edge to his ministry.
Robin has a passion to see people come to Christ and become established disciples entering into their own effective ministries. He is a staunch advocate for prayer and unity within the Body Christ and is the founder of Million Praying Men an initiative to encourage and raise more men to pray.
Janette is a retired school teacher, has counselling qualifications and is a member of the pastoral staff of AfCC. She too is an excellent communicator, teacher, worship leader and also has a prophetic edge to her ministry. Like her husband, Janette’s biblical knowledge is sound, she has a wealth of experience and her application of the Word in practical everyday situations is an evident strength. Janette shares Robin’s passion to see people saved and lives transformed. Whenever possible Janette travels with Robin and shares the ministry in leadership conferences, seminars and various meetings.
The Johnson’s church home is Australia for Christ Church (AfCC) since 2011. Robin says, “It’s such a privilege and blessing to be a part of and involved in this dynamic church and to be loved and cared for by them is an enormous blessing for Janette and me.”
In Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, this growing church has an excellent leadership team of faith and Spirit filled men and women led by their senior pastors Luis & Alexandra Cabral.
“Building God’s house through intimate relationship with Him, genuine friendship, unity, and covenantal love with one another; sharing His love through the power of the Holy Spirit, healing the sick and setting the oppressed free.”