Clarion World Ministries
(From Clarion's website) Clarion World Ministries began in April 1972. Pastor Robert O. Johnson answered the call of God to conduct an evangelistic tour in Colombia, South America. It amounted to much more than expected. On Good Friday, seventy-five sinners responded to the altar call in an afternoon service in Baranquilla. Over the next few days, many instant and miraculous healings occurred, including several blind eyes and one deaf man. Similar results were to follow in Santa Maria, Bucaramanga and Cucuta. A few years later he was asked to return for more crusades and to add Leadership Training Seminars in the day services. Then in December 1983, an evangelistic tour of the Philippine Islands, mostly in the jungle towns of Mindanao, resulted in the establishment of Asian Christian School of Ministry in Dumaguete on the island of Negros, After that, the ministry rapidly expanded into many countries, including North India, Malawi, Zambia, Peru, Haiti, Mexico, Nepal, Uganda, Rwandi, Zimbabwe and Brazil.
The ministry was incorporated in November 1987; its main purpose to provide training and equipment necessary for National pastors and evangelists to reach their own nations with the gospel. Our primary focus has always been on the remote and neglected regions that have little or no help from the established church in the outside world. We have been instrumental in developing a Bible School in Harare, Zimbabwe and a Pastor Training School in Bagdogra, North India. We are now producing curriculum and training materials in print and on CD & DVD. We still do lots of crusades and seminars, mostly in out-of-the-way places, taking our lead from Nehemiah 8:10:
“. . . . .send portions unto them for whom nothing is prepared. . . . .”