James I. Wilson
Jim Wilson was born in a farmhouse in central Nebraska in 1927, the second of six sons. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1945 and received an appointment to attend the U.S. Naval Academy in 1946. In October 1947, Christ received Jim into His Kingdom. Jim married Miss Bessie Dodds, the headmistress of a Bible School for women in Yokohama, in 1952. He has been with Community Christian Ministries in full-time, personal and literature evangelism since 1956. He is the author of:
Principles of War
On Being a Christian
How to Maintain Joy in Your Life
Repentance and Restitution
How To Be Free From Bitterness, as well as several other booklets.
“How To Be Free From Bitterness” has been translated into: Afrikaans, Armenian, Albanian, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Telegu, and Urdu.
Says Jim, “I praise God for my wife, our children, their spouses and their children. I also praise God for the spiritual children He has given us and their children.”