Biography Of Apostle Wilcots

Apostle Earl Wayne Wilcots was born in Watonga , Oklahoma to the proud parents of Elvis Wilcots and Betty Robinson. The Apostle was educated in the Oklahoma public school system and made many accomplishments as an outstanding athlete. His former employment was with the Santa Fe Railroad System where he served faithfully for many years before being called to the Ministry.

Apostle Wilcots accepted Christ in his late teenage years in the Church of God In Christ of Wichita, Kansas under the ministry of Mother Johnson. He immediately dedicated his life to Christ, and worked diligently in the Church to witness and add souls to God's Kingdom. He became known to many in that area as one of the “Sons of Thunder which included: Evangelist Odis Blackman(deceased), Elder Lee E. Blackman, Bishop Henry Foster, Reverend U. Foster, Pastor Clarence Johnson(deceased) and Dr. Henry Mason. The Sons of Thunder were called upon to help tarry with individuals seeking the baptism in the Holy Ghost.

Apostle Wilcots became passionate about Kingdom building and accepted his call to the ministry as a national Evangelist. After a series of Crusades, his passion for Evangelistic work as a tent Revivalist led him in 1963 to Houston , Texas . The success of the meeting resulted in the establishment of Bible Days Revival Church formerly a part of the Church of God In Christ . As a young man, Apostle Wilcots was loyal and worked with the late Pastor Joe Nelson and Bishop A C. Nelson and became a Superintendent in the Church of God In Christ . As God began to move his ministry in another direction Bible Days became an independent Pentecostal Organization.

Congruently serving as Pastor of Bible Days and traveling as an Revivalist, Apostle E. W. Wilcots was one of the first African American Evangelists to conduct citywide Tent Revivals and Crusades during the sixties, seventies and eighties in every major city in America and in a host of foreign countries. As the ministry broadened with numerous Crusades and standing room only crowds in city and municipal auditoriums, you could tune in and hear the Bible Days Revival Radio Broadcast over one hundred or more stations across America which earned Apostle Wilcots national notoriety. Bible Days began their first televised Worship Services on Channels 39 and 26 in Houston in the mid seventies.

The Bible Days Revival Church as a black independent Pentecostal Institution under the capable leadership of Apostle E. W. Wilcots quickly became an example to follow. Apostle Wilcots and Bible Days Revival Church were the first to conduct worship services in Houston 's Jones Hall Civic Center and the old Rice Hotel. He has organized and conducted several tours of the Holy Land during his lifetime. Most importantly, he has caused the lives of thousands to be changed by the teaching and application of God's Word and with the encouragement of positive influences.

As a result of the Apostle's illuminating teaching and preaching, his Ministry has produced well over one hundred Ministers and Evangelists. Approximately twenty-five of the sons and daughters of the Bible Days Revival Ministry have gone on to establish their own churches. Apostle E. W. Wilcots is known throughout the country as a leader of Wisdom, a Prophet, and a Motivational Speaker.

Apostle's Passion

My passion is people?Christ came to die for the people.

Apostle's Vision

Apostle Wilcots vision has always been to see people saved and filled with the Holy Ghost.

Apostle's Attitude

The Apostle's givng attitude has caused God to shine His face upon him, and his sons call him blessed.

Apostle's Mission

Apostle's mission is to work in foreign countries and help to build schools & hospitals in poor countries.