About the Author

I am currently a college student at a Christian liberal arts school, where I am studying Bible, the Humanities, and Political Science with the hope of getting a degree in Theology and eventually teaching, pastoring, or working in government and/or political activism. My primary goal is to serve the Lord, where ever He would have me working for Him. Most likely, I believe that my life calling will primarily include teaching and discipleship. One specific goal is to work with high-school and college students who intend on being involved in law or politics. I have also considered teaching at a seminary at some point in the future, training future Christian leaders. In general, however, I am passionate about helping Christian students grow in the knowledge of God in a way that transforms their lives, that they may realize the great responsibilities that we have in this world as followers of Christ. My love of people directly affects my love of knowledge and learning. I love ideas, because ideas change the way people live.

My first public blog was a site I ran to campaign for Congressman Duncan Hunter in his bid for the Republican Presidential Nomination in the 2008 Presidential election. The blog can still be found at http://www.dhgrassrevolt.wordpress.com.

I have been blessed with a supportive and loving family, and wonderful friends who are wonderful brothers and sisters of Christ, and fellow disciples spurring each other unto righteousness.

I was home schooled my entire life, graduating last year, and I am a strong advocate for home schooling. Home schooling was one of the most important decision my family made for me in my educational, personal, and spiritual development. It is an experience I would not trade for anything. I am very passionate about encouraging other Christians to explore home schooling, and it is a topic I write about regularly. I believe firmly in the importance of all education coming under the Lordship of Christ, and as a result, home schooling is a brilliant and important way that the faith is passed to the next generation, and a child can be trained for whole discipleship to Christ. I am excited about my home schooled peers and the service to God they are called to in these grave times.

I have been influenced by the thought and writings of Francis Schaeffer, C.S. Lewis, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Jim Elliot, R.J. Rushdoony, AW Tozer, and Nancy Pearcey. I love books, and I have a weakness for sweet tea and European cities.

-S.K. Johnson Sola Gloria Dei


Jesus, I my cross have taken,
All to leave and follow Thee.
Destitute, despised, forsaken,
Thou from hence my all shall be.
Perish every fond ambition,
All I’ve sought or hoped or known.
Yet how rich is my condition!
God and heaven are still my own.


One Response to “About the Author”

  1. Thanks for tagging me in this. I am reading it to my sister-in-law right now. I can really see that you took a lot of time and effort to put thought into this, which I commend you for. You need to write a book someday, maybe even more than one. You gain such insight from your research and really present it in a clear way.
    Anyway, it is scary how … Read Morethe state has gradually grabbed such a hold on us and is now using its power whenever it works at our disadvantage. The state does have so much power that it’s become evil. (A bit of a side note: have you ever seen The Boy in Striped Pajamas? I think you would enjoy it).
    This was a very nice read. Very well planned out background layout and again, in your presentation of ideas.You’re very observant to what is going on. We’re going to need strong-minded leaders like you in the days ahead.

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