Pastor Manson B. Johnson lived in the black belt community of Starkville, Mississippi as a child.
Johnson served honorably as Pastor of the Holman Street flock for 43 long years.
Johnson was the prototype of the kind of pastor that was distressed by witnessing his people wandering in the desert as the University of Houston and other commercial forces were devouring the available land west of I-45 and Holman Street.
Seeing the Holman Street community and the people that he served with both eyes reinforces to the good shepherd why he loves them.
It is Nobler to be a MAN SON than a cabinet member at 1600 Pennsylvania, Washington D C.
African-American News&Issues believes that Pastor MAN SON’s life was well-lived, and his existence made all of our live ‘s better as a good father, good husband and good shepherd.