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W. F. Walker Johanson was raised in the Presbyterian, Congregationalist, and Methodist traditions. He joined the Mormon Church as a convert one month before his thirtieth birthday and has served as a bishop, a member of a stake presidency, and a gospel doctrine teacher. Johanson is the president the National Institute for Organizational Research, an expert in higher-education marketing, and an accomplished marketing strategist, writer, and public speaker. He lives in Virginia with his wife, Kerry.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Doctrines Miscellanea, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Apologetic works Miscellanea, Mormon Church Doctrines Miscellanea, Mormon Church Apologetic works Miscellanea