Photo courtesy of Christian Record Services for the Blind

Photo courtesy of Christian Record Services for the Blind

Christian Record Services for the Blind is pleased to announce that Linda Johnson, a Lincoln native, is the new Nebraska district representative. She replaces Dorothy Marston, who retired in June of this year after 14 years with the organization.

As the Nebraska representative, Johnson will be visiting with blind and visually impaired individuals to offer Christian Record’s free reading services that are available in braille, large print, and audio. She will invite those who are able-bodied to attend a week of camp at National Camps for the Blind. Additionally, Johnson will be visiting civic-minded business owners and other interested individuals to solicit their support for the organization.

Prior to working with Christian Record, Johnson owned and operated an in-home daycare business for 22 years and was a professional floral designer for an additional five years. She is mom to three adult children and enjoys reading, music, and gardening.

“I am most interested in serving the Lord and sharing Him,” said Johnson. “My goal is to be able to get the word out about Chrisitan Record and to find people to receive services,” she said.

For more than 115 years, Christian Record Services for the Blind has offered free programs and services to individuals who are blind or visually impaired. Funding for services is provided by generous donations from private individuals and local businesses. To discover more about Christian Record visit or call Linda Johnson at 402-730-9448.