The Johnson Family

Quiché, Guatemala

The Johnson's followed the Lord's leading to Guatemala in 2008.  As they worked and lived among the people of Magdalena and Buena Vista, the depth of many things in the village came to light. Since then, they began praying for God's grace to begin a ministry to the boys and young men, allowing them to address these deep generational issues while young. In 2010, the Buena Vista Sports Academy was opened.  After 10 years in Guatemala, and planting another academy in Honduras, the Johnson's went to plant a ministry in West Africa.  They are now pressing into another region of Guatemala, called Quiche.  Please pray with them for BVSA-Quiche, which will include a Bible Institute for training up men in the Word of God, pastoral and missionary training, and church planting.


Before the mission field, Brock's background was in the business side of professional sports, both as an NFL executive and a sports agent, which admittedly almost ruined him.  He feels blessed to have been rescued by God, saved and forgiven under the blood of Jesus Christ, and now be teaching/discipling boys and men who are far from the hoopla of professional sports!


The Johnsons oversee the ministry of BVSA, including day-to-day operations, training new missionaries, and pioneering new plants. But their hearts are in the mission field, where they prefer to be living simply, sharing the gospel, and teaching the Bible. 


Brock and Kerrie have four children and three grandchildren.  Madi is married to Todd Spires, with daughters Emerson and Ella.  Brooke is married to Matt Rolfe, with son James.  Jake is married to Hannah.  And Luciana Andrea (11) keeps us on our toes 24/7. 


You can follow the Johnson's on Brock's blog. 

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Buena Vista Sports Academy

2220 County Road 210 West

Suite 108, Box 303

Saint Johns, FL  32259

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