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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Pastor David Wilkerson Killed in Texas Car Crash

April 27, 2011
The Freedomist


May 19, 1931- Apri 27, 2011- David Wilkerson



David Wilkerson, the man best known for writing the autobiographical book, THE CROSS AND THE SWITCHBLADE, and also the founder of the worldwide Christian Outreach ministry for youth, TEEN CHALLENGE, was killed instantly today in a car crash in Texas.
He had recently moved to Texas, where he lived for the last 13 months. He leaves behind four adult children, two sons and two daughters.

Details of the accident are not yet available, but THE FREEDOMIST has learned that his wife, Gwen, has been life-lifted to a hospital in critical condition. THE FREEDOMIST asks our readers to pray for Gwen and the Family of David Wilkerson that must now come to grips with this sudden and terrible loss.

We will update this story as we get more information.

We remember David Wilkerson for his stunning message he delivered not too long ago about the state of Christian America, the state of the Kingdom of God, A CALL TO ANGUISH, which we encourage our readers to listen to again, and remember a great man who left a powerful legacy in the lives of thousands, if not millions.

Christian News- Anguish- David Wilkerson audio- commentary- Paul Collier

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