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David Wilson

David Wilson


I grew up in a Christian home active in many church activities. Baptized as a baby and completed Methodist confirmation class. Jesus Christ was always preached in my life and I never remember not believing in our Lord. I give thanks and praise to God for being raised in a Christian home with Christian values. 

I went to summer church camp several times growing up. It was one summer at Wesley Woods in middle school where I remember being in an evening service when I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. Him dying the brutal death on the cross but rising again made it all possible. It was this moment when I saw myself as a sinner in need of forgiveness and repentance. I remember feeling very close to the Lord during this time and striving to learn more and more. 

As time passed Christ became less of a focus and much more worldly. These worldly circumstances became more relevant to me than Christ was. But by God’s grace he kept doing a work in my life. 

Philippians 1:6 – “Being confident that He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” 

By God’s sovereign plan I met my wonderful wife Alicia and started attending High Pointe Church. I praise God for this as this is when my Christian walk became stronger. It was at this time when I became a mature Christian surrendering to Him and not living a worldly life. Living to praise Him and bring glory to Him in all that I do. Serving God as my desire and not looking at him as an afterthought. At this point I was baptized as a believer in Christ. 

I’m still a sinner in need of forgiveness. I have struggles but they are nothing knowing Christ is there for me and I can talk to Him through prayer. He strengthens me by providing undeserved grace, mercy and continuous love. 

I view opportunity in life as ways to be obedient to God, serve Him, bringing glory to Him in all that I do. 

Luke 17:10 – “Jesus said: So you also, when you have done all that you were commanded, say, “We are unworthy servants; we have only done what was our duty.”” 

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