So Touching: Myles Munroe’s Children Weep At First Sunday Service Since Crash...

So Touching: Myles Munroe’s Children Weep At First Sunday Service Since Crash [WATCH]

By Christian Post on November 18, 2014
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Reverend Myles Monroe (Photo Credit: Myles Monroe International Ministry)

Although prominent evangelical pastor Myles Munroe told the world that he had prepared his children to live without him should he die, his daughter, Charissa, and son, Myles Munroe Jr., couldn’t hold back their tears as they faced his former congregation for the first Sunday since his untimely death with their mother, Ruth, and seven others in a fiery jet crash two Sundays ago.

Kevin Harris, spokesperson for the Bahamas Faith Ministries, which the renowned evangelical pastor and motivational speaker led before his death, told The Christian Post in an interview Monday that attendance at the church exploded Sunday with supporters who had been rocked by the tragedy.

“We had an overflow. We had to bring in [a] tremendous amount of seating. Thousands of people turned up,” said Harris.

One 20-year member of Munroe’s church, who asked not to be identified, told CP that the mood inside the church Sunday was “somber.”

“It was a sad mood,” explained the member. “Everybody was saddened by what happened. There was tears and everything.”

A video posted to Facebook from the service shows a few minutes of Munroe’s son addressing the church during that service before blacking out to a voice-only recording.

Although prominent evangelical pastor Myles Munroe told the world that he had prepared his children to live without him should he die, his daughter, Charissa, and son, Myles Munroe Jr., couldn’t hold back their tears as they faced his former congregation for the first Sunday since his untimely death with their mother, Ruth, and seven others in a fiery jet crash two Sundays ago.

Kevin Harris, spokesperson for the Bahamas Faith Ministries, which the renowned evangelical pastor and motivational speaker led before his death, told The Christian Post in an interview Monday that attendance at the church exploded Sunday with supporters who had been rocked by the tragedy.

“We had an overflow. We had to bring in [a] tremendous amount of seating. Thousands of people turned up,” said Harris.

One 20-year member of Munroe’s church, who asked not to be identified, told CP that the mood inside the church Sunday was “somber.”

“It was a sad mood,” explained the member. “Everybody was saddened by what happened. There was tears and everything.”

A video posted to Facebook from the service shows a few minutes of Munroe’s son addressing the church during that service before blacking out to a voice-only recording.

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