….touch lives as they honor the memoryof loved ones and friends.
In Memory of Enoch Adams
by Phillis J. Matheny
In Memory of Frank, Esperanza and Ernest Casas
by Martha Cashen
In Memory of Mickey Robert Dinsmore II
by John and Donna Poff
In Memory of Lucille Gilmore
by Bill and Pat Peissig
In Memory of Arnie Howard
by Cynthia Howard
In Memory of Mike Howerton
by Carol Howerton
In Honor of
Paul John Halligan
by Ellen Halligan(Sister of Paul Halligan)
Because There Is—God
We will always have another dawnWhen morning ends the night.We will always know this world is oursWill somehow turn out right.A peace will strangely
ll our heartsWhen weary work is done,And though the storm is long and rough,A bright new day will come.Because there is GOD, I am sureWe will always have a smile.And somehow we will
nd a wayTo make each day worthwhile.A friend will bring us endless joyAnd love will live through all,We will have a Winter wonderlandWhere snow
akes softly fall.I do not know why days are sad,Why life must bring a care.I only know that God aboveIs ever watching there.And sometimes though my heart can not smile,Though dark the road I trod,I always
nd my way at lastBecause God is there.
At Home with the Lord
Enoch went home to be the Lord on July 22, 2009. He wasa beloved husband, father and friend. It seemed to me thathis ultimate goal in life, after God and family, was to servethose that were in need or to help them in some way with theskills that God had given him. But most of all he was a
neChristian man.He was a mild mannered man, kind-a quiet, but alwaysready to help or have some input into a problem we mayhave had here at the Mission. He had served on the Boardof Trustees for 35-1/2 years so he was well acquainted withthe problems that can arise at the Mission. I remember afterthe last Board meeting he was able to attend that he said, “if there is anything I can do just let me know.”Enoch was selected to serve on the Board during some verydif
cult times at the Mission. The Mission was just gettingstarted good and faced situations with
ng andtrying to maintain a very old building. He was very active inhelping the Mission make the transition from the downtownlocation to the location we now occupy on Tudor road.Yes, he is gone from our presence now. He will be missed,but not forgotten.
A Blessed Promise
For this we say unto you by the word of the Lord, that wewhich are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord shallnot prevent them which are asleep. For the Lord Himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of thearchangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christshall rise
rst: then we which are alive and remain shall becaught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lordin the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Whereforecomfort one another with these words.I Thessalonians 4:15-18.