Professor of Business and Management
Business as Mission: A Comprehensive Guide to Theory and Practice.
InterVarsity Press, 2009. (528 pages.)
“Life Without Ethics.” Foreword, in How Do Ethics Affect Your Bottom Line? Considerations for CEOs and Senior Administrators, Randall A. Smith, ed. Jackson, Mississippi: Belhaven Books, 2007.
“The Distinctives and Challenges of Business as Mission,” with Steven L. Rundle. In Business as Mission: From Impoverished to Empowered, Tom Steffen and Mike Barnett, eds. Pp. 16-36. William Carey Library: Pasadena, CA, 2006.
“God’s Transformation To, Within, and Through the Marketplace: Toward a Marketplace Missiology.” A paper presented at the IFMA/ EMS national conference, Minneapolis, MN, September 24, 2005.
“Business as Mission: The Distinctives and Challenges of a New Approach of a New Approach to World Mission’” with Steven L. Rundle. A paper presented at the Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association (IFMA) and the Evangelical Missiological Society (EMS) national conference, Minneapolis, MN, September 23, 2005.
“Transformation to, within and through the Marketplace.” In A Unifying Vision of the Church’s Mission, Luis K. Bush, ed. Pp. 63-69. Pattaya, Thailand: 2004 Forum for World Evangelization.
“God’s Mission To, Within, and Through the Marketplace: Toward a Marketplace.” PhD dissertation, Fuller Theological Seminary, 2004.
International Faith and Work Directory 2003-2004. Co-editor with Mike McLoughlin, David Miller and Os Hillman. Cummings, GA: Aslan, 2004.
“Book Review of On Kingdom Business.” In Missiology: An International Review (April 2004) XXXII(2):245-246.
“Marketplace Missiology.” In The Mentor (January/February 2004). La Mirada, CA: Biola University School of Business.
“Toward a Marketplace Missiology.” In Missiology: An International Review (January 2003) XXXI(1):87-97.
Directory of Marketplace Ministries 2003. Editor. Pasadena, CA: Institute for Marketplace Ministries, 2003.
“Glad You Asked!” In The Bible in Business, R. Jenson, ed. Pp. 19-21. Sisters, OR: Questar, 1989.
“Living Wisdom.” In The Bible in Business, R. Jenson, ed. Pp. 75-77. Sisters, OR: Questar, 1989.
Dr. Johnson speaks at a wide variety of conferences, symposia, workshops, is guest lecturer at many different universities and preaches in both churches and Christian conference settings domestically and internationally. His primary topics are business as mission, faith and the workplace, God’s calling, globalization and missions.