Education: Rev. Jim Wilson holds his Doctorate in Old Testament Theology, has a degree in Church Administration and a minor in Church Law. Jim Wilson’s method of Dynamic Faith Speaking and Teaching is reaching this generation for Christ and is helping to proclaim the message that God is the Way, the Truth and the Life.
Comment to those looking at my sermons: Don’t take my word for anything, instead get into the Word. Ask God to open your eyes that you may see and your ears that you may hear what it is that He would like you to receive from Him through me. God Bless you...
One of my favorite illustrations: The Trinity is like pizza, God is the crust, Holy Spirit is the Cheese and Jesus is the Sauce. I had one kid refuse to eat pizza one night during a youth meeting because he didn’t want to eat God.
Family: Jim’s wife, Annette Wilson is a professional Clarinetist and utilizes her amazing gifts and talents to usher people into the presence of the Holy Spirit through her music when given the opportunity to perform.
Jim and Annette have three children, Alexandera (Alex) Wilson, Adam Wilson and Abigail Wilson.
What my parents think of my sermons: They like them, I am not sure they liked much of anything I have ever done, but they realize the call of God on my life and that is what has strengthened our relationship over the years.
What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Being my better part she hears my sermons constantly and is my best critic, supporter, encourager and minister. She is very much part of the process here at JWM and also contributes herself with teaching articles of hope and inspiration for today’s woman.
Best advice given to me about preaching: Even if you have only one, proclaim the message because God has called you to do.....be a doer.....!
Books that have had an impact: The Bible.
If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: God is returning for a people that is ready, the return of Christ is gathering near we must be prepared, we have to reach this lost and dying generation for Christ, proclaim a message of hope, life and love and we need to choose today while there is still time. No one is promised tomorrow...we have only today...come....
What I want on my tombstone: Not Here....With Jesus.