She has been a short-term missionary in Mexico, a youth minister, a part-time assocaite pastor, and a chaplain at a center for abused women and children.
From 1997 to 2002 she served as director of development for Centro Hispano de Estudios Teologicos (CHET)--a Latino ministry training center in southeast Los Angeles.
The name was changed to the "Evangelical Covenant Church of America" in 1954 and the "of America" was later abandoned because the denomination includes a Canadian conference. Johnston also discusses growing up in the Covenant Church, which he says was definitely predominantly Swedish while he was growing up, on page 188.
As of 2004, membership was 114,510 in 685 congregations in the United States, with a worldwide membership of almost 325,000. Description of the book, from the back cover: --the authors identify and explore key biblical themes like forgiveness, faith, and repentance.
There are 33 movies covered in detail in Catherine M.
Johnston, a married couple who are Evangelical Protestant theology teachers involved in various church ministries.
Barsotti enjoys weaving the two threads of economics and theology throughout her life.
A former real estate appraiser for twenty years, she has worked in diverse ministry contexts within the Anglo and Latino communities.
Currently she consults with Christian nonprofit organizations and regularly teaches courses at CHET in theology, ethics, and spirituality.
With Robert Johnston, her husband, Barsotti has been writing movie reviews for the last eight years. Johnston is a professor of theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary.