Curtis & Tabitha Wilson
Curtis Wilson and his wife, Tabitha, serve as U.S. Missionaries working with rural communities in southeastern Arkansas, eastern Mississippi, and northeastern Louisiana.
“We focus our energies on working with pastors, partnering with them to mobilize their churches beyond the walls of the building. Throughout the year, we plan, pray, dream, and discern which communities could benefit from an outreach. With the help of and resources from Convoy of Hope—Rural Compassion¸ we are able to meet some of the numerous needs of people—shoes, food, household supplies. Most importantly, after the outreach, we help the pastors follow-up on the contacts, making real connections between the churches and the people in the community who may or may not know anything about Jesus. The outreaches start the process, but the true key to success is the follow-up.
In Romans 8:31 we read, “If God is for us, who can be against us?” Through the work and ministry of Curtis and Tabitha, people throughout the Mississippi Delta are regularly reminded that God is a God of hope, life, and He is always on their side.
Curtis and Tabitha currently live in Monroe, Louisiana with their two children Rayna and Jacob.