The Johnson Family

The Johnson's followed God's call to Guatemala in August of 2008.  As they worked and lived among the people of Magdalena and Buena Vista, the depth of certain issues in the villages came to light. Since then, they began praying for God to begin a ministry to the boys, allowing them to address these deep issues before they became men. Eventually, God began to shape a vision that would soon become the Buena Vista Sports Academy for Boys.  After 10 years in Guatemala, and planting another academy in Honduras, they are currently helping the plants for West Africa and another one in Guatemala. 


Brock's professional background is in the business side of professional sports both as an NFL executive and sports agent - which admittedly almost ruined him.  He feels blessed to have been rescued by Jesus, and now be coaching/teaching boys who are far from the hoopla and self-absorption of professional sports. The Johnson family has always served together at BVSA.  Brock and Kerrie oversee the ministry, including day-to-day operations, training new missionaries, and pioneering new academy plants. But their hearts are in the mission field, where they prefer to be sharing the gospel and discipling cross-culturally.  They have four children.  Madi (24) married to Todd Spires with daughter Emerson.  Brooke (23), married to Matt Rolfe with son James.  Jake (20) is a senior at Cedarville University.  Luciana Andrea (9) keeps us on our toes!  You can follow the Johnson's on Brock's blog.  


How to support the Johnson's and/or BVSA

Family Support:  The Johnson's family support covers groceries, school, all standard monthly bills.  Their budget has been approved by the BVSA Board of Directors.


To support the Johnson Family directly, CLICK HERE and you will be rerouted to their family foundation, deepStream guatemala.



Academy Support:  The Johnson's continue planting new academies, as well as being missionary care pastors to other BVSA missionaries serving in the field.  Their budget includes travel between the academies, and to the USA to visit churches and donors.  


To help support the operational costs associated with running BVSA, please CLICK HERE.