Growth Ministries Inc.
Growth Ministries Inc.
Changing the World One Person at a Time
Changing the World One Person at a Time

About Us

Our organization was founded on the idea of simply helping those that others have forgotten or have written off. Every since our organization was established, we have endeavored to provide help where help is needed most.


Our team is made up entirely of volunteers who advocate for those who need our help. We have discovered that a little help goes a long way.


That is why we are especially happy when we find new volunteers who share our commitment to doing good in the world.

Meet our Executive Director - Lonnie Johnson


Lonnie Johnson resides in Kansas City, Kansas and is a native of Kansas City, Missouri. He rededicated his life to Christ in August 1999. He has over 10 years of evangelistic and community outreach leadership and experience under the mentorship of Dr. Tony D. Cobbins, Sr. Pastor of Canaan Worship Center. Lonnie has worked actively inside agencies such as the Salvation Army, City Union Mission, Kansas City Rescue Mission, Jackson County Jail, Lansing Correctional Facility and several drug/alcohol treatment centers. He has a strong passion to see the lost saved and live a life worthy of the one God meant for them.

Lonnie is also a full-time Vice President at KVC Health Systems. KVC is a national organization that provides behavioral and medical healthcare, social services and education for children and families across America. Lonnie oversees their Business Information and Technology Division.


Growth Ministries would not be what it is without its core support and leadership team:

Cyndi Johnson
Co-Treasurer and Secretary

Linda Lewis
Director of Communications and Public Relations

Randy Spearman
Director of Activities and Events

Terrance Saunders
Ministerial Support

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Growth Ministries Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a passion and desire to assist individuals reenter society from prisons with the tools necessary to be productive members of society thus keeping our communities safe by reducing recidivism. 

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