WHO CAN FIND A VIRTOUS WOMAN?
We’ve found one!!!
Darlene Wilson was born to the holy union of the late Bishop Jacob and Willie V Robinson August 11 1958 in the city of Youngstown, Ohio.
“Who can find a virtuous woman, for her price is far above rubies.” (Prov. 31:10)
She was raised and nurtured in a Godly Christian home; in which the devout teachings of the holiness church (Mt Moriah Church) were instilled in her at an early age. She was destined to be a Pastor’s wife; during the year of 1981, six months after their wedding date(July 19th 1980) she became a Pastor’s wife in Neu Ulm Germany, serving as the Pastor’s wife at the Neu Ulm Fellowship COGIC.
“She seeketh wool and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands.” (Prov. 31:26)
Deaconess Missionary Lady Darlene Wilson has proven her love for the Church and her Bishop in so many wonderful ways. She is the epitome of what a "First Lady" should be. She works with every Auxiliary in the Church. She has truly been a role model and mentor to all of the women of Center of Deliverance. She faithfully serves the Hawaii Jurisdiction in the Department of Women Cabinet as Executive Board Chairlady as well serving in the Women's Department of her local church.
“She openeth her mouth with wisdom: and in her tongue is the law of kindness.” (Prov. 31:26)
Deaconess Missionary Lady Darlene Wilson dedication to excellence is evident not only in her faithful service to the Center of Deliverance Church, but also in her daily walk with the Lord. First Lady Darlene Wilson served as an employee at “The prestigious Kamehameha Schools” as an administrator in the Land Asset Division. In which she received various recognitions for her commitment and loyal services.
She attended the University of Phoenix majoring in Business Administration. For four years she served as the Administrator of the Center of Deliverance Christian Childcare Center. Received much recognition from the parents for her administrative skills and compassion for the children of the Child Care Center.
“Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her” (Prov. 31:28)
First Lady Darlene Wilson has the distinct title as his "First Administrative Assistant"
to Bishop Wilson. In addition to her local administrative duties, Lady Wilson is also a mother of three children; two daughters Jessica (Elder Charlton) Johnson, Jalene (Dykendrick) Butler and Jesse T. Wilson Jr. whom all have worked faithfully in the ministry of C.O.D.
Lady Wilson is considered to be a modern day Ruth and is a true helpmate to Bishop Wilson.
He describes her as "Virtuous Woman of God”.
“Favor is deceitful and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised. Give her to eat of the fruit of her hands; and let her own works praise her in the gates.” (Prov. 31:30-31)