Internationally syndicated “Who’s Wedding Is Is Anyway?” featured wedding and event planner, Vicky Johnson is ready to guide you on a fantastic journey through the world of ministry event management in a manner you’ve not seen before.
With more than 20 years of industry experience specific to social and corporate events, large scale and destination weddings and faith based ministry events, Vicky Johnson has focused her talents on developing the skill sets of the members, staff and volunteers within the church and all faith based organization.
Whether your focus is growing or improving an existing ministry, retaining or increasing ministry members and volunteers, targeting a specific demographic within your church or community, or enhancing the overall level of ministry executed at your church, Vicky Johnson’s course and books will challenge and enhance participants to settle for nothing less than excellence.
While being a sought after event planner and designer, Vicky Johnson has been featured in Essence, Brides Noir, Redbook, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, The Knot, The Hill, Express, My Day Weddings, The AFRO American Newspapers and numerous other publications.
A former Entrepreneur of the Year (2003), she is a highly requested speaker and has shared her expertise with the International Special Event Society (ISES), and has been featured on CNN’s American Morning as an industry professional. She served as moderator for Wedding Week sponsored by The Washington Post and contributing style editor Brides Noir magazine. Mrs. Johnson also instructs students in the certification of event planners at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills, MD (Eastern Shore) and at Carroll Community College also in MD.
Mrs. Johnson’s firm has been named to the Grace Ormonde Wedding Style Platinum List citing excellence in her field on a national level. Her work in the field of ministry event management is evident at her home church, the 7,000+ member New Psalmist Baptist Church of Baltimore MD, where she has contributed to the execution of large scale events since 1999 under the eye of Bishop Walter S. Thomas, Sr.
Directing this wealth of knowledge and experience, that has benefited the main stream event planning industry for more than 2 decades, toward our churches has proven to be a needed resource. The use of proven industry practices massaged to enhance how ministry goes forth has resulted in greater membership participation, growth of volunteer bases, and the support of the Pastor’s vision to a greater extent. Presented in a manner and vernacular familiar to church laypersons by presenters who ARE actively working these same principles in churches across the country.
- When Your Ministry Becomes Your Career (divinelogistics.org)