Malcom Hedding

malcom-heddingMalcolm Hedding began his journey with Jesus, the Son of the living God, in 1966 when he was fourteen years of age. At that time, over the Easter period, he experienced a visitation of Jesus in the garden of his home situated within a gold-mining community near Johannesburg, South Africa. Being a stutterer from a very early age Jesus spoke to Malcolm audibly and using Isaiah 32:4 told Malcolm that in a few years He would revisit him, heal him of his speech impediment and send him out to preach all over the world.

In 1971 this unique journey began to unfold in that Malcolm came to faith by trusting in the finished work of Jesus on the cross for his salvation. He was instantly healed of his stammering problem and went on to prepare himself for active, full-time Christian ministry. After completing a theological Degree he was ordained as an Assemblies of God Minister in 1974. Malcolm planted many churches in South Africa while also beginning his international preaching ministry to the Church in the wider world. After this time he held the position of Executive Director of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem for eleven years. Malcolm and his wife Cheryl currently reside in the USA where he now serves on the staff of World Outreach Church situated in Murfreesboro Tennessee.

Malcolm's journey with Jesus has been shared with by his wife Cheryl and their three three children; Charmaine, Daryl and Liesl. Malcolm and Cheryl are now also blessed with a wonderful son and daughter in law Katja and Bram, as well as four special grandchildren. The journey continues

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