November 20, 2013
Bishop Wisor Asks – Who Is Really To Blame?
What do the 1950’s, insane asylums, severely overcrowded prisons, mental health and psych units bursting at their seams and epidemic homelessness in Pennsylvania all have in common? Is there a connection? Is anyone responsible? Who is really to blame?
If those questions intrigue you and pique your curiosity, come listen to the man who can connect all the dots for you; the man who has been given the answers through the divine anointing on his life. Bishop Jack Wisor, THE SOLUTION, is returning to Harrisburg to speak at the Capitol on Wednesday, November 20th from Noon until 1:00 pm.
Bishop Wisor has timed his long-awaited return to coincide with the observance of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Who could possibly be more appropriate to speak – and with authority and experience – on the subject of homelessness in Pennsylvania than the minister who heads up the largest faith based homeless ministry in this state?
Bishop Wisor is the founding minister of the First Apostles’ Doctrine Church of Brockway and Brookville and the founder and president of the Just for Jesus Challenge Homeless Outreach Ministry, the largest faith-based homeless ministry in Pennsylvania.
Now providing a home to an average of 70-80 men, women and families every night, Bishop Wisor has provided a home to over 1150 guests in the first eleven years of the ministry. Since giving over his personal home in 2003 and being obedient to the call that God placed on his life, Bishop Wisor turns no one away. He has staunchly proclaimed that the church is and must be a refuge and sanctuary for all in need, including the homeless and the poor. The doors must remain open 24/7 and accept all, regardless of who they are, what they have done or where they have come from.
In becoming the voice for those in this state who have no voice – the least of these – the very people that Jesus would be spending his time with if He were here today in the flesh – Bishop Wisor has faced more than his share of opposition from the local community and local and state government leaders. Some of those with prime offices in the Capitol where he will be speaking have tried the hardest with many maneuvers to derail his efforts, close the ministry and shut down what he is doing for all – including former inmates, former felons, former sex offenders and actually, anyone who is homeless and is an outcast from today’s society. We wonder if they have finally figured out that the harder they try to crush what Bishop Wisor is doing, the stronger he gets and the ministry continues to grow by leaps and bounds. They don’t have the solution, but they are willing to destroy THE SOLUTION. God will not be mocked!
Bishop Wisor will also be speaking about one of his newest initiatives, establishing only the second satellite operation in Pennsylvania under license with KIDS AGAINST HUNGER , the international organization whose goal is to eliminate the starvation and effects of starvation that kill between 18,000-25,000 children each day worldwide – one every 5 seconds. Guests of the ministry will be involved daily in packaging food to be sent around the United States and overseas – and then eventually following that food to make sure it ends up in the mouths of the children who truly need it.
Bishop Wisor has been presented with an incredible opportunity that could literally be THE SOLUTION for the homeless in this state, the inmates and offenders who have nowhere to go and no one to want them and for the lunatics who have been missing and absent from our sight. Come listen and learn as Bishop Wisor teaches you what no one else has spoken – because no one else has been shown the vision or given the divine understanding.
Come hear the man who has been called “the tip of the spear”, “the light on the hill” and “the voice of this state”. Come hear THE SOLUTION and become part of the solution, as Bishop Wisor heralds this cry: “Churches, turn your lights on….they’re coming!
Bishop Jack Wisor Has Exposed the Problem – and Offered the Solution
An editorial appeared in the New York Times October 23, 2009 titled “Compassion Deficit.” It spoke of the sad and unfortunate state of the world when a minister has to go to court to uphold his right under the 1st and 4th Amendments to do as Jesus in the Bible commands: to take care of the poor, the homeless and the needy.
Bishop Jack Wisor is that minister. He is the founder minister of the First Apostles’ Doctrine Church and the president and founder of the the church’s mission field, The Just For Jesus Challenge Homeless Outreach, which is the largest faith based homeless outreach in Pennsylvania.
Bishop Wisor is a staunch defender of the Constitutions of the United States and Pennsylvania, particularly the 1st and 4th Amendments. In providing for and being a strong advocate for those in need; the poor, the homeless and the needy for 11 years now, Bishop Wisor has uncovered many gray areas, and he has spoken repeatedly on those issues:
· Who is responsible for the homeless and who is responsible for caring for them?
· The abuse of power by police, judges and agencies.
· Discrimination against minority groups of people including Megan Law and Sexual Offenders, Drug Addicts, Alcoholics, etc.
The world offers a band-aid as the solution. Bishop Jack Wisor has the real solution – given to him with all the power and authority from the throne of God. Hear this anointed man of God speak the Truth. Hear how fulfilling this Godly vision has led to many challenges, and how God alone has brought victory to Bishop Wisor and the Just For Jesus Ministry. Hear him speak of the cries for help that he hears daily, those crying out to God for an answer. Those oppressed, rejected, the outcast, those no one else wants. Also hear how Bishop Wisor and the Just For Jesus Challenge Homeless Outreach, through the love of Jesus Christ, is changing lives.
Bishop Wisor has met regularly with local, state and federal leadership offering the solution, and proposing critical legislation needed to address the problem. It is time to attack the problem, not the solution. Bishop Wisor has been featured in numerous articles and interviews throughout all types of media in this nation, and across the seas. For more information, call 814-265-0243 or 814-590-3898, email him at email@example.com, or visit the website at www.justforjesushomeless.bravehost.com.
Bishop Jack Wisor of Just For Jesus Ministries to Speak on the Steps of the Rotunda in Harrisburg, Attacking the Problem, not the Solution
The week of November 15th - 21st is National Hunger and Homelessness Week. Bishop Jack Wisor, founder and president of the First Apostles’ Doctrine Church and the church’s mission, The Just For Jesus Challenge Homeless Outreach, will be holding a press conference from the steps of the Rotunda in the State Capitol Building in Harrisburg on November 16th from 2 P.M. to 3 P.M. Bishop Wisor oversees the largest faith - based homeless outreach in Pennsylvania which has been in existence for 9 years now, actively housing people for the last 6 years. Bishop Wisor has encountered many challenges over which he has been victorious through God’s provision in caring for the poor, the homeless and the needy, and has continued to be an advocate for those without a voice. Bishop Wisor has been anointed and ordained by God to care for those that Jesus Christ made important. Bishop Wisor, through the power of the Holy Ghost, has put in place a very structured and thorough plan to help a person grow spiritually, mentally, physically, emotionally and constructively into the man or woman God has intended them to be. Bishop Wisor is not just providing a band-aid for the problem; he has the solution for the problem -The Just For Jesus Challenge Homeless Outreach Ministry. Bishop Wisor has provided this “Place of Rest” for hundreds, soon to be thousands, of God’s children, no matter where they have been or what they have done, showing them the unconditional love of Jesus Christ and giving many their first chance at life. This is not just an issue in the cities; this is an issue for all of Pennsylvania, including rural areas and small towns. Bishop Wisor is a strong advocate for everyone’s rights under both the state and federal constitutions. Bishop Wisor, through the Gospel and the Constitution, has brought to light many gray areas that need to be addressed at the local, state and federal levels. Bishop Wisor is a staunch defender of the 1st and 4th Amendment Rights in particular, but they all must be upheld. Bishop Wisor will be meeting with Governor Rendell and the Pennsylvania Legislature to discuss several key critical issues. Bishop Wisor will be proposing legislation to address the abuse of power by police, judges and agencies. Bishop Wisor will also be proposing legislation to address discrimination against minority groups of people including Megan Law and Sexual Offenders, Drug Addicts, Alcoholics, etc. Bishop Wisor will more importantly be proposing legislation to address who is responsible for the homeless and who is responsible for caring for them. As a result of the ACLU case defending Bishop Wisor’s rights to provide for the poor, the homeless and the needy, Bishop Wisor has been featured in TV, cable and radio interviews, magazines, and hundreds of newspapers and news services, from his hometown of Brockport to the European continent. Bishop Wisor and the Just For Jesus Challenge Homeless Outreach Ministry are here to stay and will continue to be a driving force in the future. Join him on the steps of the Rotunda, to hear the Truth that is needed in our land. Information on Bishop Wisor and the Just For Jesus Challenge Homeless Outreach Ministry will be available at this time. Please contact Bishop Wisor for any additional information at 1-814-265-0243 or 1-814-590-3898. You may also e - mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the website at www.justforjesushomeless.bravehost.com . You may also call to inquire about any special media needs that you may have when you attend this press conference. Bishop Wisor will be available for interviews at this time. Thank you and Bishop Wisor will see you at the Capitol!
Bishop Jack Wisor, Founder of the First' Apostles' Doctrine Church and Founder and President of Just For Jesus Challenge Homeless Outreach recently spoke to a crowd of enthusiastic supporters in the rotunda of the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg during the press conference called by the Liberty and Justice Association to announce the beginning of the Oath of Office Project in Pennsylvania.