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James Robison (born October 9, 1943) is an American televangelist and the founder and President of the Christian relief organization Life Outreach International. Robison was born and raised in Pasadena, Texas; a city outside of Houston. Robison's mother, Myra Wattinger, was 40 years old at the time she gave birth to him. Robison has revealed that he was the product of rape and that his mother placed an ad in the Houston newspaper for a Christian couple to take care of him.
Discover James Robison famous and rare quotes. I believe there is an important spiritual awakening beginning in the hearts of those truly committed to Christ in the Protestant and Catholic communities. Is it possible that Pope Francis may prove to be an answer not only to the prayers of Catholics, but also those known as Protestants? James Robison.
James Robison is an example of the ecumenical spirit that permeates the charismatic movement, and his case is a loud warning to those who are tempted to flirt with this movement. Green said Robison was the most demonized man I ever met, and Robison claims that his deliverance was like a giant claw being removed from his brain, but it appears that this was a matter of a misguided man misdiagnosing fleshly sins such as anger and lust, which is what Robison complained of, as demons (Gal. 5:16-23). The solution to a situation in which a man trusts in Jesus Christ as His Lord and Saviour but struggles with the flesh is not to cast out demons but to deal with confession of sin and other aspects of how to walk in the Spirit.
James Robison (author). For other people named James Robison, see James Robison (disambiguation). Houston, Spring 1992. Alan Cheuse, Grace Paley and James Robison Bennington College Writers Workshop Vermont, Summer 1987.
James Robison is the Founder and Publisher of The Stream. He also is the founder of LIFE Outreach International and host of the daily television program LIFE Today, an inspirational series that broadcasts worldwide. In addition to the daily program, LIFE engages in evangelistic outreaches and humanitarian efforts internationally. Robison and his team have helped drill water wells around the world, feed people in crisis situations, establish orphanages and schools, build homes for the homeless and rescue children from sex trafficking
Arizona Conviction: 1977, Acquitted: 1993. Robison was convicted of murder and conspiracy in 1977 in the death of a reporter, Don Bolles. His conviction was overturned in 1980, but he was recharged with the offense in 1990. State v. Robison, 608 . d 44 (Ariz. 1980) and The Dallas Morning News, 12/18/93). He was convicted largely on the testimony of Gayle Potter and Ralph Frye, who received lighter sentences in exchange for testifying. Ms. Potter confessed in July of 1994 that she alone had committed the murder. Mr. Frye recanted his testimony as well, claiming that prosecutors and police officers had coerced him into providing testimony (New York Times, September 11, 1994).