Leonia Johnson is a proud Philadelphia native, an Artist, Community Leader/Activist, and Christian Therapist. She attended Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and in 2011, Leonia received a Master of Science degree in Christian Counseling from Cairn University.
Throughout her career she has served in various settings, implementing biblical practices to serve humanity at large. From working with "At Risk-Youth," to helping dual diagnosed individuals and returning citizens within the justice system, Leonia knows her passion and calling is to see the gospel affect change in society.
Leonia believes in living out missions and evangelism in everyday life (as is evident in Col 3:17 and Mt 28:18-20). She loves to travel and believes that everywhere that her feet are blessed to explore is a mission field. In her travels, Leonia has visited various places in North America, West Africa, and Europe with the hopes of distinguishing Christianity from Western Culture and seeing the gospel bring unity while knowing that Christ alone can bring peace.
She is a proud "Philly Jawn" that loves her niece, Peyton, all melanated people, The Philadelphia Eagles, and working with youth and young adults from various backgrounds. Leonia is active within her community and for 15 years continues to serve as one of the youngest Block Captains the City of Philadelphia.
One of her aims in working with youth is to equip the nation's future leaders with a biblical world view, assist with discipleship and display how the gospel can be culturally relevant while bringing practical help, healing, and unity to all who believe.