Carolina Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

Evangelism IMPACT 2020 — Third General Session — Jesse Wilson

February 08, 2020 Evangelism IMPACT 2020
Carolina Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Evangelism IMPACT 2020 — Third General Session — Jesse Wilson
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Carolina Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Evangelism IMPACT 2020 — Third General Session — Jesse Wilson
Feb 08, 2020
Evangelism IMPACT 2020

Dr. Jesse Wilson is a native of Memphis, Tennessee and a graduate of Oakwood University and Andrews University.  He received his Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.

He has pastored in Tennessee, Alabama, and Southern California.  While pastoring the Kansas Ave. Church in Riverside, California, Dr. Wilson was a major spokesman in the areas of police misconduct and social justice. For his efforts he was the first Adventist to receive the historic One California award from the State of California.

After pastoring, Dr. Wilson became the Director of Church Growth and Discipleship for the Southeastern California Conference of SDAs.  Later he was the Coordinator of the Doctor of Ministries concentration in Urban Ministries for Andrews University.

Currently Dr. Wilson is the Director of the Bradford, Cleveland, Brooks Leadership Center at Oakwood University.  He is also the Director of the Pastors Evangelism and Leadership Council that meets annually on the campus of Oakwood University.  It is the largest and longest running Ministers conference in the denomination.

His wife Cheri is the Director of Advancement and Development at Oakwood University and they have 4 adult children.



Evangelism IMPACT 2020
Sabbath, February 8, 2020 — 10am
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Show Notes

Dr. Jesse Wilson is a native of Memphis, Tennessee and a graduate of Oakwood University and Andrews University.  He received his Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.

He has pastored in Tennessee, Alabama, and Southern California.  While pastoring the Kansas Ave. Church in Riverside, California, Dr. Wilson was a major spokesman in the areas of police misconduct and social justice. For his efforts he was the first Adventist to receive the historic One California award from the State of California.

After pastoring, Dr. Wilson became the Director of Church Growth and Discipleship for the Southeastern California Conference of SDAs.  Later he was the Coordinator of the Doctor of Ministries concentration in Urban Ministries for Andrews University.

Currently Dr. Wilson is the Director of the Bradford, Cleveland, Brooks Leadership Center at Oakwood University.  He is also the Director of the Pastors Evangelism and Leadership Council that meets annually on the campus of Oakwood University.  It is the largest and longest running Ministers conference in the denomination.

His wife Cheri is the Director of Advancement and Development at Oakwood University and they have 4 adult children.



Evangelism IMPACT 2020
Sabbath, February 8, 2020 — 10am
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina