Nathaniel Wilson has been involved in various capacities of ministry for 50 years. Dr. Wilson’s experience includes the offices of pastor, evangelist, teacher, and church planter. From 1971 to 1981, he was the director and speaker of Harvestime, an international radio ministry heard in 30 countries. He then moved to Sacramento, California, to found The Rock Church. He currently serves as Bishop of The Rock Church and its numerous branch churches. He is the founder of Reach Satellite Network, which is a national network of radio stations in the West, and he is the founder of PenteCom, an international radio network and publishing group. He has co-founded a number of conferences, including “No Limits” The Conference, authored numerous books, and has been a contributing editor to several magazines. Dr. Wilson has been providing formal training and instruction in the area of ministry for almost 30 years. He is the founder of Wilson University and serves on the Executive Council of the Worldwide Pentecostal Fellowship.
Dr. Wilson earned a Doctorate of Education from Nova Southeastern University, a Master of Arts in Religion from Southern California University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Theology from Christian Life College. The Wilsons have two married daughters, Rebecca Salters and Sheila Young.