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Pastor Bill Wilson - 19 August 2018

Weekend With Pastor Bill Wilson

As a child, Pastor Bill was abandoned by his mother. Out of the pain of his own abandonment, Pastor Bill developed a heart of compassion for suffering children everywhere.

From the ghettos of America to the garbage dumps of Manila, Bill has sought to rescue hurting children. He established Metro World Child in one of Brooklyn’s roughest neighbourhoods. And in the journey, Pastor Bill has been beaten, stabbed and shot in the face. Yet, he perseveres and refuses to give up on the children. Due to the success of Metro’s programs, President George Bush, Sr. appointed Pastor Bill to serve on the National Commission on America’s Urban Families in 1991. Today, Pastor Bill travels widely, speaking in churches nationally and internationally each week. Yet one thing remains: Saturday, Pastor Bill is there, driving the school bus to pick up boys and girls for Sunday School.

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As a child, Pastor Bill was abandoned by his mother. Out of the pain of his own abandonment, Pastor Bill developed a heart of compassion for suffering children everywhere.

From the ghettos of America to the garbage dumps of Manila, Bill has sought to rescue hurting children. He established Metro World Child in one of Brooklyn’s roughest neighbourhoods. And in the journey, Pastor Bill has been beaten, stabbed and shot in the face. Yet, he perseveres and refuses to give up on the children. Due to the success of Metro’s programs, President George Bush, Sr. appointed Pastor Bill to serve on the National Commission on America’s Urban Families in 1991. Today, Pastor Bill travels widely, speaking in churches nationally and internationally each week. Yet one thing remains: Saturday, Pastor Bill is there, driving the school bus to pick up boys and girls for Sunday School.

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