Keneisha Kay Jay Johnson was born in central Texas. She gained the name KJ from her middle school basketball coach. Kay Jay later changed the spelling because she felt that a simple K&J was boring. Kay Jay was involved with gangs and drugs throughout her childhood but somehow managed to maintain straight As in school and was a star athlete. Life took her by storm when she landed in a mental hospital in 2005; she struggled with depression and suicidal thoughts for about six years. In 2012, she lost her aunt and was devastated. She tried everything you could think of to cope with the pain, when nothing could fill that void, she started to attend church. About after a year of attending church and being involved in the various ministries that were offered, she gave her life to Jesus Christ and was baptized. In 2014, life took yet another turn and KayJay ended up incarcerated. Over fifteen months of time she served, her life was transformed. She had a spiritual encounter and met with God face to face. God gave her a new vision and insight into life. She answered the call to the ministry and now she is fully walking in what she was born to do. Kay Jay now shares the vision that was given to her. Welcome to Da Kingdom Era.
From Mourning to Morning
The Autobiography of Keneisha ReNee’ Johnson, Better Known As Kay Jay SD1
Keneisha Kay Jay Johnson was born in central Texas. She gained the name KJ from her middle school basketball coach. Kay Jay later changed the spelling because she felt that a simple K&J was boring. In this first part of her autobiography, she shares her high points and low points in life, and how God took her from darkness to light, transforming her life to live and serve Him.
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Announcing Our Newest Partnership!!
Kay Jay, through Inside Our Prison Ministry, is the official Austin Texas Chapter Leader! Read more about The International Association of GodPreneurs & Remember Prisoners “R” Us Ministries here.
Remember Prisoners “R” Us is a national support organization for prison ministries. We provide umbrella services for frontline ministries through a national network of Chapters. Chapters are branch organizations that cover a defined territory. Each Chapter will serve as a liaison for Remember Prisoners “R” Us.
Inside Out Prison Ministry is now the Austin Tx Chapter
What is Remember Prisoners “R” Us Ministries?
- Affiliation with a National Organization (Photo ID Badge & Business Cards)
- Financial Support through Startup Money and Annual Fundraising Campaign
- Access to Prison Ministry Materials and Training
- Networking with other Prison Ministries
- Access to Grants
- Autonomy to Continue Operating Personal Non-profit with corporate support
- The joy of being a part of a National Prison Ministry Initiative
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