I have always hated attending a funeral service of a non-believer. The loss, the lack of hope, ultimately knowing that Christ’s redemption did not happen for the individual. Hershael York writes: We prayed for him, witnessed to him, sent others to talk to him, and five years ago even took him to Manaus, Brazil, toContinue reading “From Across the Net – “Preaching the Funeral Sermon I Once Most Dreaded””
“I want people to remember me for my actions and not my accomplishments.”
This morning I went to a funeral of a former co-worker’s dad.
I’m not sure what to write about today. My mind has been an accelerated mess since the death of my Grandma last week. The funeral is this Saturday…I have been debating on whether to write something or just speak at her funeral. I have concluded that I am going to talk about her. Her life, my memories of her, and about her faith in Jesus Christ.