As my son Vaughn and I were praying together this week we were touched to learn of the story of John Allen Chau, who lost his life on North Sentinel Island where he testified of Christ to one of the last completely unreached tribes on the earth.

John was a true hero, one who demonstrated an example of courage and commitment that should be celebrated and emulated by the church everywhere.

As we read the stories and prayed, we felt the Lord leading us to hold a commemorative service celebrating John’s life and testimony.

On Sunday evening, December 2, 2018, at 6pm, we will hold a worship service at LifeGate Church, 5636 Bossler Road, Elizabethtown, PA 17022, to celebrate John’s life and testimony. A free will offering will be taken for All Nations, the ministry under which John served.

We have been holding conversations with those who knew John personally. At the meeting, we will present the real story of John’s life and his final mission trip and the lessons that can be learned from his example. We believe his story will be a powerful inspiration to all who hear it.

John spent the last years of his life preparing to go to North Sentinal Island, where one of the last completely unreached tribes dwell. Last week he traveled there and testified of Jesus Christ. There he finished his race, and went home to be with his Father.

John Chau was a missionary, and an overcomer. Last week, John overcame “by the blood of the Lamb, by the word of his testimony, and he loved not his life unto death (Rev. 12:11).” Last week John proved that he loved Jesus Christ more than his own life.

May his tribe increase.

Grandpa 26

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