I’m Wil Robinson.
To many I am Terry, the nickname given by my parents. Wil, derived from my middle name, William, I gave myself. In the military I was called Robi, as was my father and his father before him. In the Peace Corps, serving in Southeastern Nigeria I was Obie, which means heart.
Born on a ranch in California, I lived in several other American states while growing up including Georgia, Kentucky, Kansas. I lived also for short times in Wales, Israel, Sri Lanka, India, and Nigeria.
Attending college on and off for nearly twenty years taking various classes, I finally settled down at Humboldt State University to earn a BA in journalism with minors in English and International Relations-Asian Emphasis.
G-d used various interests, travel experiences, and career tracks to form me into the person I am. My interests include Bible study, amateur radio, sailing, hunting, fishing, camping, cigars and pipes, reading, writing. Travel thrust itself upon me, taking me many places overseas including Israel, Wales, Mexico, most European countries as well as West Africa, Sri Lanka, and India. I’ve been a: Pastor; Truck Driver; Soldier; Armament Systems Technician; Communications Technician; Journalist; Photojournalist; Photographer; Peace Corps volunteer; Health Information Specialist; Health Information Reporter; Inner-City Middle School Teacher; Technical Support Manager; Technical Trainer, Investor.
I’ve been around water most of my life. The picture at the top of this blog is Georgia’s intense sun and the top of the sail on Cassandra, my 25-foot Cape Dory sailboat. It seemed a fitting photo for a blog named JonahzSong
For my entire life I’ve believed in Y’shuaJesus. The older I become, the more centered upon Him I become. Y’shuaJesus is my MessiahSavior, forming me into a fully alive person. I pray the Lord open your eyes and heart that you might find yourself in Him, feel His love, and to love Him in return.
Lord Bless, Keep, Shine . . .