“It was truly an answer to prayer to keep me focused and moving forward while undergoing treatments,” he said.
He added, “God allowed this for me to share the gospel good news with other vets undergoing treatment that did not have the hope of Christ in their lives. It is good to suffer well for the cause of Christ.”
Last October, he began working on his book in earnest and it was sent to AuthorHouse in February.
His next book is titled “Angels, Apes and Anthropology.”
Courson graduated from Catlin High School in 1972, and earned an associate degree in liberal studies at what is now Danville Area Community College and a bachelor’s from Eastern Illinois University.
He served in intelligence with the United States Marine Corps, and was discharged as a sergeant. After that, he worked with General Motors in Tilton until 1995, when he transferred to the Bedford plant. In 2000, he “sensed the call of God,” and attended Bible college.
He holds a bachelor’s of ministry in Bible and evangelism from Crossroads Bible College in Indianapolis, in addition to his degrees from Andersonville.
He founded the Last Call Crusade, serving as a nondenominational evangelist proclaiming the gospel to impoverished neighborhoods, and conducting church and tent revivals.
Courson and his wife, Linda, have four grown children and six grandchildren.
FYI "The Terminal Generation" by R.C. Courson Jr. is available in both paperback and e-book through amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse. Courson would welcome any comments on the book. Call him at (812) 797-7376 or email email@example.com.