Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Donate Life --- What's Your Story?

April is National Donate Life Month. If you have a donor experience or advice you'd be willing to share, I'd love to hear from you.

I hope, too, you'll get to know the story of Kevin Johnson and the wonderful foundation built through the Lord's work in his life. Click the quick link below to get involved. I thank his wife, my Facebook friend Tammy, for her love and enthusiasm in letting me pass this on to you.

Click the Kevin Wade Johnson Foundation link below. Then scroll down a little further and join the Blog Hop today.

In Memory of Kevin Johnson
January 13, 2010
In 2005 Kevin developed a rare blood cancer that attacked his heart. He had 2 heart transplants and 2 stem cell transplants and recovered from them miraculously. On January 13th of 2010 Kevin developed an infection that took his life. The Kevin Wade Johnson Foundation has a mission to spread the saving gospel of our Lord Jesus and glorify His name through Christian missions and organ donation awareness.



  1. God Bless you Tammy and what a wonderful amazing thing you have done with this Foundation! What a wonderful way to carry on your husband's Love and Faith in the Lord.

    Thank you for sharing your story. I am just so inspired by this.


  2. What a wonderful tribute to The dedication to build and put together this foundation.

  3. Beautiful blessings will go on and on! I know God will bless in return!

  4. On Tues eve Dale & I were watching the news and they were telling a story about a lady who had died in an auto accident & her husband had donated her organs and they showed a picture of the lady who received her heart so now had the chance for a good life. Dale turned to me and said, "We need to sign the back of our driver's license so our organs will be donated when we die". I told him that was a great idea and we would do that. Then he turned to me and said, "but I have to die before you because you can go on without me but I could never go on without you". The next Sat I was donating his organs. The people I spoke to were very compasionate and the Dr assured me we would not notice anything on his body in his casket and we couldn't; he looked perfect. I received a letter stating that 85 people benefited from some part of him. I was amazed. One example: A lady who had been waiting for a kidney for 5 years now had a new one. It was a satisfying experience knowing that so manygsidhor had benefited from his death and I would recommend it to anyone.

  5. Vivian, your story really touched my heart.


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