God's Ambassdor to the Streets
Welcome to Elder Ty’s site. Elder Tyrone Johnson is committed to working with you to identify and address those issues that are most challenging in our community. Through God, all things are possible for those who love the Lord. Let’s put our hearts and minds together and claim the Victory in the name of Jesus.
Elder Ty is a real champion for community outreach in Wilmington . Although he frequently rubs shoulders with captains of industry and various business and governmental officials, he never forgets where he came from and is always available to assist those in need of a voice for their concerns. Elder Tyrone Johnson possesses qualities that are the cornerstone of an effective advocate / activist - the ability to make and keep connections within the community by providing excellent media relations in Wilmington, Delaware.
Elder Ty has networked with people from all walks of life. He has a passion for community activism and for working with individuals who have encountered and/or overcome serious challenges such as incarceration and drug abuse. Elder Ty has proven to be a valuable asset in the struggle for peace on our streets and energizing the “re-entry” process. He is a long-time and frequent contributor on local television, who is well-known and respected for his ability to bring people together to reach common ground.
Elder Tyrone C. Johnson, Sr. affectionately known as “God’s Ambassador to the Streets,” was born on February 25, 1956 to Eugene and Mary Elizabeth Johnson (deceased) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He received his primary education in Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware. He graduated from P.S. duPont High School in Wilmington before entering the United States Army in The Signal Company, Fifth Special Forces Group in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Read Full Bio (click)
After an honorable discharge from the Army, Elder Ty enrolled in Central Carolina Technical College where he received a diploma in Radio/Television Broadcasting. After working at several radio stations, he became one of North Carolina’s premiere radio announcers and account executives.
In 1994, Elder Ty founded Churches Take A Corner (CTAC), a holistic, community-based street ministry geared towards mobilizing faith-based congregations to save souls while helping people to move from drug and alcohol addictions and violence, to Christ. This ministry has grown over the past 24 years and now provides the following programs to communities in need:
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2701 N. West Street, Wilmington, DE 19802, US