Genevieve Wilson

Press Service International

Genevieve Wilson is Canadian. a happily married home-schooling mum of 3, whose passion is to see people come to know Jesus. She is a seminary wife to her amazing husband.

  • Churches, your doors need to be open!

  • Christians are losing their freedoms to be Christians

    In most western ‘Christian’ nations, believers have experienced great freedoms and been recognized as influential and important members of society, as those who uphold the accepted moral standard. But the times are a-changing and fast.

  • What to do when Christians disagree?

    Jesus said the world would know we are His disciples if we love one another, but what happens when Christians disagree? Is it possible to love people while disagreeing with them?

  • No room for forgiveness in our Cancel Culture

    Recently, I read an article about a young woman whose 3 second clip from high school came back years later to haunt her.

  • Another one bites the Pulpit

    Karl Lentz, the American Hillsong pastor, was recently fired from his mega church for sexual misconduct. He is just another statistic among an already disappointing ‘pastor’s hall of shame’ who have brought disgrace to the Church and our Lord.

  • Church, it is time to confront each other in love

    Many years ago, I was working with a mission organization.  On that team, there was a sweet young lady and for some reason (I have no idea why now, but at the time thought it was cute), I would call her ‘punk’. 

  • What if you are just a Sunday Christian?

    Would people believe you are a Christian by the way you act? I know that we tell people that we are Christians, but what if someone were to follow you around for a day, a week, or even a month and they had access to your whole life, would they know that you are believer in Christ? Would they believe you if you told them that you worship God? 

  • Turn Off the Internet Service…Go Back to Church

    All our lives have changed so much over the past few months, so it is no surprise that how we do church has changed as well. Overnight, we began tuning into our church from the comfort of our home.

  • Riots and Racism is a consequence of sin

    Obviously, the reports of racism and rioting are disturbing, yet not surprising. I say they are not surprising because the Bible clearly describes the consequences of sin, both in this life and in the afterlife.

  • What is your obituary going to say?

    Maybe it is the fact that death seems to be more the topic of conversation, on every news cast, or the fact that we have a real pandemic around us that is killing some, or maybe it is that I just finished reading the memoir of my dear friend’s late husband, that has me wondering what would be said in my obituary.