Interested in having Kasey come and speak to your group?

Email your name, phone, group name and event details to Keri Meyer – our Smarter Moms Event Coordinator:  kmeyer128@gmail.com

God bless you in your ministry!

What others are saying about Kasey’s speaking and singing:

“Kasey Johnson was recently a guest speaker at our MOPS group. She was amazing! Kasey was well prepared with so much practical information. She is an excellent public speaker with unbelievable confidence! Her talk was well planned, organized and full of great advice and ideas to implement in our own families. Kasey is very “real” and willing to share her ideas while at the same time encouraging the group she is speaking to. I left her talk excited to try new ideas and set realistic goals for myself and my family. She definitely left me wanting to hear more!!”

Jill Bluel
MOPS Coordinator
Blue Valley Baptist Church

“Kasey brought so much fantastic information! She not only shared her own thoughts and ideas but led us through a time of discussion and sharing at our tables. I enjoyed hearing the ideas other women had and I got to share what I’ve learned in my life too. We could have had three more sessions with Kasey!”

Julie Chastain
MOPS Mentor Mom

“The songs Kasey sang fit perfectly with the challenge she had given us and I felt like God was speaking directly to me. I needed to be reminded that I wasn’t alone and to trust God’s will and timing.”

Loree – Mom’s Group Attendee

7 Responses to “Contact”


  1. 1 Debbie Lark July 19, 2012 at 12:29 PM

    Hello Kasey,
    I have been watching you through FB and all the great things that you have been doing and decided last night, to take the time to check out your web site. I was fascinated and so inspired by you. Of course, already knowing you as the most wonderful music teacher a school could have, I was not surprised by this so inspiring site. I no longer have children living at home, however I am now a grandmother of four. One having special needs. You truely are an amazingly talented lady. I watched you raise your boys, while holding down a full time teaching position, that being a challenge on it’s own. And, now I am reading about a book you have written, and how you are inspiring so many others, and so much more. Wow, you are just an all around talented young lady, who has a heart of gold. For those of you who really don’t know Kasey, I had the pleasure of working with her while she taught junior high students vocal music. I can tell you this lady is truely amazing, with talent beyond belief. Kasey always has a positive attitude, a really funny (humorous) ga,l who could light up the office with her presence. She is compassionate, kind, loving and a very caring person. She is truely an inspiration to me. I ordered 3 of your books to read and share with my daughters, whom have young children. I wish you the best in your new journey at the Academy, (how lucky they are) and in everything you do.
    Love, Debbie Lark, Olathe, Ks.

  2. 2 maggies4gems October 16, 2010 at 1:42 AM

    Hi, Kasey!

    It’s Maggie from Point Loma (Flex 98-99). I just wanted to say hi and congratulations on your book. I will pick it up ASAP and tell all my friends, many of whom you also know! Thank you for using your gifts and talents for the glory of God and for the encouragement of others. I have four children of my own and know just how challenging life as we know it can actually be. Needless to say, I can always use a word of encouragement from another mom who has fallen asleep at the dentist’s office!

    • 3 Kasey Johnson October 16, 2010 at 9:32 PM

      Hi Maggie! How great to hear from you! Thanks for the words of encouragement and letting me know that I’m not alone! You are awesome! I’m actually coming to PLNU for Homecoming next month and I hope to see lots of people! Are you guys going to be able to come? I’m so excited you found me and left a comment – you made my night! Have a great weekend!
      Kasey

  3. 4 Tim Donaldson March 23, 2010 at 8:11 PM

    Moderation? Being the first time I’ve done this, I wasn’t aware everything I’d written would be seen. Next time, moderation ok.

  4. 5 Tim Donaldson March 23, 2010 at 8:06 PM

    Dear Kasey, I lived in Seattle, then Olathe,(I went to “visit” my best friend(some guy named Rick Power….who’d moved from down my street in Seattle to North K.C.) and then I lived at PLC +then Ocean Beach. Now up past Pt.Loma High on Chattsworth. Living in Seattle I remember when you were much smaller being in your parent’s car and your Dad talking to you just like you were an adult. This was new to me but I was curious about this (and have never forgotten this)but knowing your Dad and Mom and how they acted with you, I continued to watch and wait to see what if any effect this would have on you. You may not know this or this may be not something out of the ordinary in how they treated you in later years but I’m impressed that you’re writing this blog and now a book on parenting. I’m proud of you and your courage. In 6th grade at camp in Seattle, I memorized a verse for some part of the program. I’ve never in the next 45yrs not had it real close to me…Romans 12:1 You’ve heard the comment many times,”it’s a small world, isn’t it?!” I don’t mention the bit about it’s a small world due to the “Nazarene church” as much as God’s love for us and how he continues to surround us with his support! Yes, you have my permission to tell our “Rev.Ricky Powers” the tales I’ve been spreading about him. He can tell you many more, trust me! A lot I’d rather not be connected to! I dearly love that man! He’s also someone I’m very proud of. Your Dad told me you’re there with Rick., I hope you can “fit” him in your ministry there. Thank You for your time. Tim Donaldson

  5. 6 Karli Stecklein August 7, 2009 at 9:43 AM

    This was sent to me this morning and I wanted to tell you that it has changed my life. My husband has been out of town Monday through Friday and the stresses of a 19 month old have been taking a toll. Reading your blogs I have been reminded that he is a gift and as hard as it may seem I am truly blessed to have the headaches and challenges as well as the innocent compassion that I get from my son every day. I have never forgotton the fact that he is the sweetest and coolest thing in my life, but sometimes you can set aside just how blessed you are by letting the little things get in the way.

    We dance at least every other day and he is so very cute. I appreciate the ideas of slow music and I am excited to pick him up from daycare to take him home and dance together.

    I can’t wait to have another baby and I remember very clearly what it is to forget what you look like!

    Thank you very much for your time to put your ideas on “paper”. I look forward to reading this in the future.

    • 7 Kasey Johnson August 7, 2009 at 12:23 PM

      Karli – you are carrying such a load! I’m so proud of you for keeping the perspective that your children are a blessing – not a burden – even though it can REALLY feel like that sometimes! :o) Good luck with your next child and just know that each time you dance with your son he understands how much of a priority he is to you. Have a wonderful day and keep writing to me! I love to hear your thoughts!


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