Meet Bishop Jack Wisor

BJWBishop Jack Wisor is truly an Apostle of Christ. He gives his all preaching and teaching the Cross of Christ. This is a message that all people need to hear. It is very powerful – so powerful that the Holy Spirit will work in you and change your heart, turning the world upside down. Bishop Jack Wisor was recognized and given the title of Apostle after it was evident that the works and ministry reflected by the Apostles of the first church in the book of Acts was being revealed in Bishop Jack Wisor’s anointing and it was evident that he was also fulfilling the five-fold ministry found in Ephesians 4:11 (… some, apostles; some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers.)

Bishop Jack Wisor is a powerful preacher and spiritual adviser having been warmly received and used extensively by State and County Parole and Probation Departments, Placement Coordinators at the Jails and Correctional Facilities, the State Police, Magistrates and Judges. Hospitals, Mental Health Units and all forms of Human Service Agencies are increasingly asking him to take people that they must release and who have nowhere to go. He has provided a spiritual resource for all people who are eligible for release from jail, homeless, or in need.

Bishop Jack Wisor is leading the state in the rehabilitation efforts of the released Megan Law Offenders and homeless in general.  He has established a foundation of curriculum for a solid faith-based ministry for the State of Pennsylvania.  He has helped law enforcement agencies to establish policies and procedures to keep our communities safer.  He has also helped to establish laws to help shape the efforts of keeping communities safer.  Bishop Jack Wisor works statewide with various influential individuals to speak for the hopeless and less fortunate.

Bishop Jack Wisor has become highly influential in going out into the streets, the hedges and the byways presenting the Gospel and making the people aware of a place that has been prepared for them where they can receive spiritual, emotional and mental support and help.

The God-given message that Bishop Jack Wisor brings to you is personal and powerful. It stirs in each heart. We must not ignore what God has sanctified. Bishop Jack Wisor’s message will touch the hearts of all people – leaders, the hungry, the thirsty, the strangers, the naked, the sick, and the prisoners – with powerful results changing lives in a dramatic way just as Jesus changed Bishop Jack Wisor’s life, leaving those who hear with a caution to never look back because the throne awaits us. (Be sure and read his powerful testimony on how God delivered him from alcohol, drug, and tobacco addiction)

Recent events and testimonies in this Chapter

Rev. Daniel Blair is encouraging you to read this personal message: From Bishop Jack Wisor, President, Pennsylvania Chapter of CAPA. Please, keep our brother and Pennsylvania CAPA Chapter leader in prayer.

What I am about to share is very painful, but it is a story that needs to be told. I encourage others to contact me at 814-590-3898 or [email protected] if you have similar stories to share or wish further information. I will update the CAPA site as more information becomes learned and available.

My ex-wife and I parted ways when our only child, Jaclyn, was 8 years old because I was devoting my life to following the vision that God gave me following my personal experience with Him during rehab in 1994. You can read about this in my detail in my personal testimony: IRA – A Watcher for the Lord. You can see instructions on how to obtain this on the Pennsylvania Chapter page of CAPA.

My ex teamed up with an evil attorney who helped her fight to prevent my daughter from attending my church – The First Apostles’ Doctrine Church – or even being on any of my properties where the church and ministry operate – because of the homeless people that I provide a home to. Incredibly, an evil judge agreed with my wife and her attorney and as such, my access to my daughter became quite limited until she was 17 years old. By then she remained distant from me. She was not able to hear the Word of God; she was not allowed to fellowship with anyone in my church and Satan had a field day in her life for a long time. Her nightmare had begun.

Tragically, Jaclyn passed away on July 25, 2019, from an opioid overdose – heroin and possibly fentanyl.

She died in the very place that my wife’s attorney and the judge said was safer than being with me!

My heart is broken beyond description, but I promised at her funeral that I would do all that I could to help get the message out that needs to be told – that others will not have to die so young and so unnecessarily from this horrible opioid epidemic that continues to sweep our nation. Satan has gotten such a foothold in our country because the church has allowed itself to become impotent and not acting as Christ would have his Church to act.

Jaclyn was arrested several times because of traffic violations, during which she was found to have violated misdemeanor and felony provisions of our law. Significant – intent to manufacture, distribute, paraphernalia, counterfeit currency. They let her go. Then at her preliminary hearing, they let her go on unsecured bail. She never made it to her “day in court” – she was gone before that. Clearly, her behaviors showed she was crying for help. No one would listen. The magistrate could have sent her to a diversion treatment program. No, they just let her go. Three times.

Then, unfortunately, my daughter sold bad drugs to another girl who overdosed and died. The police and the judges still did nothing. They let her go. Never pressed charges. Never offered help.

Jaclyn’s mother and I pleaded with the police and the judges to lock her up for a period – to get her away from the drugs until she would agree to treatment. But they would not cooperate. I took Jaclyn in for a short period, but the addiction drew her away. She went into rehab, but the addiction drew her away. These drugs are so powerful, so addicting, so controlling, that even those who want to change have such a huge uphill battle. I myself am one of those people.

It’s not possible to have the Mind of Christ when your mind is so altered from drugs and other mind-altering substances.

I have been filing dozens of Right to Know requests under our state’s Open Records Law, to try to get to the bottom of what is going on with this opioid epidemic and what our government and law enforcement agencies are doing to intervene and help those who are addicted to drugs who wish to get help.

What I have found so far is very disturbing and disgusting.

What I am discovering is:
1. Our state, county, and local governments are unwilling to provide any information about what they are doing related to the opioid epidemic without being forced to do so.
2. So far, no one has provided any information about anything proactive they have done or are doing to help with intervention, prevention or offering treatment alternatives for those addicted or for their family members who want to try to help
3. From what I have been given, the only training that state or local police have been given is dealing with an overdose situation, administering NARCAN and cleaning up after an overdose death. Nothing about helping people who are addicted.
4. From what I have been given, magistrates, judges, district attorneys, and drug task forces have not been trained in how to help with intervention, prevention or offering treatment alternatives
5. So far, no one has provided information on how much money they are getting, from where and how that money was spent that is supposed to be used for the opioid epidemic
I will do whatever I need to do, unceasingly, until something is done to properly train law enforcement, the judicial system, first responders, etc. in what can be and should be done to truly help those who are addicted to these life-killing drugs and how to provide help to family members who want to help their loved ones.

This is never going to go away completely but help needs to be provided for those who really want it. So far, this has all just been about loud-mouthed politicians trying to look good and win votes, spending money that they have been unable to account for so far.

The church lost its opportunity to be Christ in the world long ago. Hopefully, some will hear this message and want to learn how to become part of the solution and not continue to be part of the problem. They can contact me, and I can show them how.

I have warned, taught, preached and lived a life for 26 years that has pointed out the dangers and destruction of the psychiatric profession, psychotropic drugs, and opiates. No one wants to listen. I have offered the church and the ministry as an alternative to incarceration for years, but no one wants a solution that involves Christ. How sad. But true. I will continue to offer Christ as the solution because He is the only true solution.

If you agree with me, I would love to hear from you. 814-590-3898. [email protected] I will keep updating this site through CAPA as new information becomes available. Get involved and help prevent more of our children from dying unnecessarily. I have the SOLUTION.

Bishop Jack Wisor is now currently focusing on speaking engagements in churches, prisons, and jails throughout the nation.  Brother Jack Wisor has seen firsthand the abuses of psychiatry and psychiatric drug addiction and has agreed to work with CAPA ministries to not only create awareness in his State but to actively help people escape their dependence on psychiatric counseling and their administering of mind-altering drugs. He is already committed to helping people find a new life in Christ free from the power of sin, the wiles of the devil, and their bondage to this world.

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For more information about this Chapter fill out a contact form or contact Bishop Jack Wisor direct by calling (814) 590-3898. His testimony “IRA: A Watcher for the Lord” is also available for purchase by contacting him directly.

An Advocate for Those in Bondage