New Autobiography Book Reflects on the Life of a Man and How God’s Faithfulness and Reliability has Work on Him

A reminiscence of life experiences and the personal faithfulness of God to a speck of life named David Wilson.

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British Columbia, Canada (PRWEB) November 16, 2012

David Wilson’s life experiences encompasses those times when he was still a youth in the years of the Great Depression, a sailor during World War II, the events that surrounded his life as a pastor, the tough times he had as a businessman as well as some of the compassionate moments he had in hospice settings. And now, after so many years, he looks back on his life the way he remembers it. My Life- As I Remember It tells the story of how he has lived his life through the years. He reminisces on life back then and reflects on how the hand of God has work on him as he spent living his time.

Born in Kearny NJ, on February 24, 1922, David Wilson’s father’s business took the family to Toronto, Ontario, Canada when he was 12 years old. At nineteen years old, he enlisted in the US Navy during World War II. After the war, he graduated from the Emmaus Bible School and became a pastor of a church, and the director of a children’s summer camp in the Province of Quebec. He became a full time manager for Camp Mini Yo We, a children’s camp, which he had help start in Ontario immediately after the war. He entered politics and held a senior position in one of the political parties in Ottawa. He has travelled extensively in North America and many parts of the world. He has been exposed to various social environments He also managed a real estate sales office combined with a personal program of general volunteer hospital visitation and participation in the hospice program for the City of Vancouver.

This book shares with readers how Wilson has lived through a world that has been in constant turmoil, where mankind plotted evil against mankind. He has seen science develop amazing improvements in the field of transportation, communication and medicine. But man’s heart has remained the same. There is a desperate need for a close relationship with God if humans are to have the internal peace that God intends for everyone.

My Life-As I Remember It vividly presents the personal faithfulness of God to a speck of life named David Wilson. He came into the realization that God has always been there despite the fact that he often ignored Him and went on his own way. He put all his thoughts in this book to enlighten others on how the goodness and realability of God is available to anyone

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About the Author
David Wilson was born in Kearny NJ, on February 24, 1922. His father’s business took the family to Toronto, Ontario, Canada when he was 12 years of age. At nineteen years old, he enlisted in the US Navy during World War II. After the war, he graduated from the Emmaus Bible School and became a pastor of a church, and the director of a children’s summer camp in the Province of Quebec. He became a full time manager for Camp Mini Yo We, a children’s camp, which he had help start in Ontario immediately after the war. He entered politics and held a senior position in one of the political parties in Ottawa. He has travelled extensively in North America and many parts of the world. He has been exposed to various social environments He also managed a real estate sales office for many years, combined with a personal program of general volunteer hospital visitation plus participation in the hospice program for the City of Vancouver. He is a widower, the father of four children, the grandfather of four children and the great grandfather of three great grandchildren.

My Life - As I Remember it * by David R. Wilson
Publication Date: September 28, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 317 pages; 978-1-4797-0923-6
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 317 pages; 978-1-4797-0924-3
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-0925-0

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