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Living as Ambassadors of Relationships

Living as Ambassadors of Relationships

James Wilson

If my people, who are called by name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land (2 Chronicles 7:14).

Living as Ambassadors of Relationships brings peace and unity to people who have been torn apart by fear, anger, disagreements, hate, loneliness, and a multitude of satan's torments.

"Becoming ambassadors of reconciliation...is our calling, and the making of our resurrected humanity."-James Wilson

Author James Wilson provides the keys to relationship reconciliation between today's torments, including those between:

  • Political factions.
  • Generations.
  • Genders.
  • Regions.
  • Nations.

Attempts to solve relationship problems through means other than God's mercy and grace are vain and fruitless. Reconciled relationships are all about gaining full freedom in Christ.

About James Wilson

James Wilson has served the Kingdom of God over four decades as educator, pastor, and founder/president of international parachurch ministry PrayNorthState. He has envisioned and helped organize public Bible Reading Marathons in multiple American cities and in Australia, Malaysia and New Zealand. God gave him vision to organize and lead the first retreat for California legislators. His vision for a California Day of Repentance spanned four states and Canada’s British Columbia. It resulted – by God’s grace – in cultural shifts with pragmatic impact. He has a special heart for ethnic reconciliation and has delivered plenary addresses to multiple World Christian Gatherings on Indigenous Peoples, but his heart is to engage encouraging relationships with indigenous and immigrant leaders. His blog reaches some four hundred thousand readers. He believes the last Great Awakening is just beginning alongside the End Times Tribulation. He is married – to Jillian – and the father of three children.

You can reach Mr. Wilson through his Facebook pagefacebook.com/jim.wilson.54922169, or his blogpraynorthstate.wordpress.com.

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