Beatrice Johnson is a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma born to Reverend Alvan Nathaniel Johnson, Sr. and Verla Odelma Clardy Johnson. She is an alumna of Booker T. Washington High School and the University of Tulsa. In 1995, she started writing for the Oklahoma Eagle newspaper, where her uncle Reverend Ben H. Hill was once the editor. Her love for writing has never stopped. Earning an MBA degree in Business Administration, Johnson is a co-author for the book, Before I Got Here: The Wondrous Things We Hear When We Listen to the Souls of Our Children edited by Blair Underwood. Johnson became an Independent Historian while researching her grandfather, Bishop William Decker Johnson’s history with the AME (African Methodist Episcopal) church. She is currently an actress and freelance writer in Atlanta, Georgia.
Carlton D’Metrius Pearson is an American preacher, author, and gospel singer. He was born on March 19, 1953, to the Rev. Adam Louis Pearson and Lillie Ruth Johnson Pearson in San Diego, California. Pearson’s father was the pastor of St. John’s Church of God in … Read MoreCarlton D’Metrius Pearson (1953- )