Jim Wilson


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Jim Wilson has worked as a pastor and director of Community Christian Ministries (Moscow, Idaho) for over forty years. Before that, he served in the Navy as an officer for nine years and then with Officer's Christian Fellowship for another twelve years. Jim has authored a number of books, including How to Be Free from Bitterness, and is well-known for his practical Bible teaching on relationships and evangelism. He was married to his wife, Bessie, from 1952 until her death in 2010, and is the father of four, grandfather of fifteen (one of whom is in heaven), and great-grandfather of twenty-five and counting.

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How to Be Free from Bittern...

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Principles of War: Thoughts...

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Taking Men Alive: Evangelis...

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Weapons & Tactics: A Handbo...

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How to Lead Your Wayward Ch...

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How to Be a Responsible Man

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Saturation Love

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Assurances of Salvation

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On Being a Christian

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“The best way to “toughen up” is to stay open and take it. It hurts less. - J.W.”
Jim Wilson, How to Be Free from Bitterness

“Irresponsibility is a special kind of sin. It is a sin that holds other people responsible. Irresponsibility is like lying. It is a cover, a means of self-protection.”
Jim Wilson, How to Be Free from Bitterness

“We will give a small baby attention when it cries. There may be nothing wrong; he is not hungry, wet, dirty, or sick; he just wants some loving. When the child is two or three or nine or ten and asks for attention, we do not want to give it. We do not think the child needs it. Believe me, if he asks for it, he needs it.”
Jim Wilson, How to Be Free from Bitterness



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