“As long as it depends on you, live peaceably…” Bishop Dr. Tilewa Johnson

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Learn from Bishop Dr. Tilewa Johnson about how being a Christian leader in The Gambia, a predominately Muslim country, impacts his faith and ministry and how Muslims and Christians might/can work together despite differences. Romans 12:9-18

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Bishop Dr. Tilewa Johnson serves as Bishop of The Gambia: Head of the Anglican Diocese of The Gambia which comprises the Republics of The Gambia, Senegal and Cape Verde Islands. He is also the father of EMU student Clothilda Dado Johnson (senior) and alum Francis Johnson.

Bishop Dr. Johnson spent two decades as a priest and worked towards a goal of balance between “evangelism and social responsibility within a holistic and inclusive ministry.” His ministry seeks to “nurture the soul, enlighten and empower the mind, nourish the body, protect the environment, promote advocacy and liberation for the sinned-against and downtrodden,” according to his website.