Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Tomorrow

If your a die hard Georgia fan then here is some need to know info. Tomorrow 8/26 at 11:00 a.m. on 90.9 FM Mark Richt and his wife Katherine are going to be the guest. They will also be on there thursday. If you can't catch the broadcast then google family life today and find the broadcast there. Also, don't forget Sunday is High attendance Sunday.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Whatever Happened, However it happened, i know that you will be waiting for your family at those gates in heaven.

Anonymous said...

RIP Jonathon. Your church will miss you!!

Anonymous said...

I am so sorry to hear of your family's loss. I am praying that God will bring peace and comfort despite how dark of time this is for you. I never knew Jonathan, but just heard about this tragedy through the internet. Know that your family will be in my prayers.
Jeremy, Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Anonymous said...

Lord bless this family and bring them your peace that surpasses all understanding.

Michael Rogers said...

To the Ayers family - there are many of us who are praying for you.

Sara said...

i found your blog through another blog, a news story. i am so sorry you are gone. though i did not know you, i know that a good man will be sorely missed. my thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Koffijah said...

Miss you, man.

Mark said...

Our prayers go out to Pastor Ayers and his family. May God give you strength, compassion, and understanding in this desperate time.

Anonymous said...

Very sorry that your little baby has lost its daddy. As a new father, I know there is much joy in being a Dad.

Anonymous said...

I don't know what happened here on earth during the last moments of your life... but I know that based on your Faith in Christ, you are with Him now. I pray for your family.

someoneismissing said...

I'm very sorry about your tragic loss. Peace be with you.

Jonathan said...

R.I.P. The world probably won't understand what happened here but I am sure that people Pastor Ayers would never have met all across the country are hearing the gospel because of this event. That may or may not be any consolation to those he leaves behind. Probably not. But it's true none-the-less. I am sad for his family but I am confident that God works in every situation.

Anonymous said...

Rest in Peace, friend. I never knew you, but I would have liked to.