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Craig Johnson

Craig Johnson is currently the senior director of ministries at Lakewood Church with Joel Osteen, overseeing all pastoral ministries and staff, and is the founder of Champions Foundation and the Champions Club developmental centers for special needs, with over 75 centers across the world. Craig is the coauthor of Champions Curriculum, a full-scope Christian curriculum for those with special needs. He is the author of Lead Vertically: Inspire People to Volunteer and Build Great Teams That Last and Champion: How One Boy’s Miraculous Journey Through Autism Is Changing the World. Craig and his wife of 29 years, Samantha, have three children: Cory, Courtney, and Connor.
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