In the late 1960's, Johnny Moffitt was an officer in one of the largest motorcycle gangs in America. A life-changing experience with Jesus Christ in 1971 resulted in a commitment to spend the rest of his life serving Him. Today Johnny serves as President of Worldwide Voice in the Wilderness Prison Ministry that reaches into the prisons of America, Canada, England, Jamaica, Latvia, Estonia, Scotland and Belarus.
In the early 1970's, Johnny founded and served as Director of the Texas Boys Ranch in Lubbock, Texas. TBR is a multimillion-dollar facility that never had a debt under his leadership. A former President of the Christ for the Nations Alumni Ministers Fellowship, he currently serves as President of the Board of Directors for COPE. For 10 years he served on the International Board of the Full Gospel Fellowship of Churches and Ministers, International (FGBMFI) and remains active in that organization.
Johnny graduated from Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas, Texas and is a member of their Alumni Ministers� Fellowship and Alumni Association. He also belongs to the Full Gospel Fellowship of Churches and Ministers, World Wide Missionary Fellowship and Victory Fellowship of Ministers. In April 1997, Johnny received the Governor George W. Bush Award for Volunteer Services to the Texas Department of Corrections for his ministry to the marriages of Texas inmates and TDCJ officers and staff.
Johnny preaches regularly in some of the largest churches in America. He has ministered in FGBMFI chapter and regional meetings as well as in high schools, colleges and civic clubs. He has appeared several times on television programs such as Praise the Lord on Trinity Broadcasting Network, Nightline – Greenville, SC, The Richard Roberts Show, Celebration on Channel 29 in Dallas and RAP with Morris Sheats.
Johnny's miraculous life story is told in the book "Delivered", McDougel Publishing.
Johnny ministers under the anointing of the Holy Spirit with signs following. His variegated past and unique sense of humor provides color to his message.
Johnny and his wife, Betty, live in Dallas, Texas and are active in Hillcrest Church.