William (Bill) Heckman: No retirement in the Great Commission

Posted by: Willem Hekman | Jul 5, 2013
William (Bill) Heckman: No retirement in the Great Commission

Greetings from Indonesia!. I remember Dr. Hildebrand telling us during his lectures that there is no retirement in the Great Commission. At that time I was 25 years old and retirement seemed something very remote and at least 40 years away. But now 53 years later I begin to understand what Dr. Hildebrand was referring to. I am 78 this month and still busy serving the King of kings. By the grace of God my wife and I coordinate 6 Bible Colleges in Indonesia and we plan to open a 7th one at the border of Malaysia and Indonesia. We also have invitations to start training centers in Vietnam and Mongolia. We certainly welcome Briercrest Alumni for short term teaching assignments. You trust the Lord for your air fares and we will take care of your food and accommodation in Indonesia, which has the largest Moslem population in the world. We serve with Teen Missions International and we welcome pastors and Bible teachers who also believe that there is no retirement in the Great Commission. After all Moses started his main career at 80 and served his master for 40 years. Here in Asia older servants of the Lord are highly respected and welcomed in all areas of ministry. You are needed in Indonesia and a visa-upon-arrival is issued at the Jakarta International airport for a cost of $25.00. Please write and I'll be most happy to share more specifics as to the location of our Bible Colleges called BMW (Bible, Missionary and Work) Training Center. My email address is wHeckman@generalmail.com Please pray about coming to Indonesia for a short term teaching assignment and I guarantee there will be no regrets! We also welcome Briercrest students for an internship mission. Selamat Datang literally meaning "safe coming" or welcome!

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