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Hi I'm Peggy Still Johnson

I'm a Mormon. I am a wife and mother. I am a musician.

About Me

Peggy is on the Advisory Board for Georgia State University School of Music, Atlanta Film Festival, and is a Governor (Composer Seat) for the Atlanta Chapter of The Recording Academy and the Atlanta Music Project. She has also been chosen as a member of the prestigious Leadership Atlanta (class of 2013.) Peggy has performed all over the world as a soloist and in bands including for President George and Barbara Bush. Peggy founded and successfully sold the Peggy Still School of Music (3 locations, 600 students, 45 teachers.) Also founded Peggy Johnson Productions and Talent where she currently works as a music supervisor, casting agent, coaches and develops talent, and is a composer/arranger of music for film. She has worked with America’s Got Talent and has worked on such films as the blockbuster hit Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Big Momma’s House 3, & Call me Artie. Peggy is currently working with Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T Bone Burnett on their musical Ghost Brothers of Darkland County as copyist (working on musical scores) and vocal coach for the entire cast. Peggy has composed music for many films also for the Point of Light video presentation at the Kennedy Center. Peggy arranged, performed, & recorded music for the Dedication of the Atlanta Mormon Temple in 2011. Founded the Peggy Johnson Foundation for the Performing Arts helping music programs in the schools, special needs, & senior wellness. Peggy loves her husband Scott and daughter Ashley very much.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised as a Mormon but became inactive for over 20 years. Here and there I would attend church but would have a difficult time sustaining my activity in the church. A few years ago, I made the commitment to return to the church after having some very difficult things happen in my personal life. One day at a time, I began work on building my testimony. I am now completely active in the church and attend the temple regularly. The Lord has blessed me greatly and I am happier than I have ever been. My life, though not perfect, is filled with peace, joy, and happiness.

How I live my faith

I pray and read my scriptures every day. I try to be the best example I can be and show love to others. My life is one of service. The Lord has blessed me with many musical, business, and speaking talents - I use these talents to help the community and the church. I feel this is my mission - to help make the world a better place, to be a missionary, and to be the best wife and mother I can be.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

Peggy Still Johnson
The best thing to do is to read the Book of Mormon and learn from our missionaries. Ask lots of questions... Sincerely pray to your Heavenly Father and ask him if what you are learning is true. I did...a sense of peace and comfort came over me - I could not doubt the truthfulness of the things I had read and knew that this was right for me. Show more Show less