John Halford

John HalfordAs Weekly Update readers know, it was determined that John has multiple cancerous tumors in his body. He recently underwent chemotherapy to combat the cancer, but his doctors have determined that there is no more they can do to help him. John will be leaving the hospital today to return home where he’ll be receiving hospice care.

Please pray for John and his family, placing them in God’s loving hands on this final part of what has been a long and often difficult journey. It appears that John’s entrance into his eternal home is at hand.

Cards may be sent to:

John & Pat Halford
5836 South State Road 129
Versailles, IN 47042

16 thoughts on “John Halford”

  1. You and your family are in thought and prayer during this most difficult time.
    In Christian Love
    Grace Covenant Fellowship
    Birmingham, Alabama

  2. May God’s grace and peace be with you. He holds you in the palm of His hands. Ray and Carol Meyer

  3. John, You have touched the lives of so many, with His love and grace. Your family in Southern Africa are holding you up in prayer.
    The Lord bless you, and keep you: The Lord make his face shine upon you, and be gracious unto you: The Lord lift up his countenance upon you, and give you peace. Amen

  4. Nsama and I pray for you John, Pat and family. Your walk with Jesus has been an encouraging one for us. We fondly remember times we have spent together. You all have been a source of encouragement. We pray that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit encourage you at this time. Keep looking at His face. Joy and peace are our portion in Christ.

  5. Hello dear John, Pat and family,
    I can’t find the words to say what I want to say except that our loving Father knows you and hears your cries for salvation.
    You are in His arms and He will not let you go.. Anthea and I have just prayed together for you and the family that you will soon be comforted. For now we say not goodbye but see you later my old friend.
    In love and deep respect. Roger and Anthea Liprross, and family.

  6. You have touched many a heart with your love and write-ups.Our Joy is that God’s Love remains with you. We thank Him for services rendered with profound love and affection.

  7. Dear John, Pat & family,
    Our prayers are with you that our Lord continues to grant you the strength and comfort needed at this time.
    All our love,
    Roy & Sheila.

  8. Dear John,

    I deeply admire the way in which you have accepted and worked through this difficult personal journey. The example you have set will encourage many who are themselves facing serious illness. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Here in Mallorca we have prayed for you all. We are all in God’s hands and eventually “our time” will come to meet our Lord. He is waiting to receive you, as He is waiting to receive all of us. In this earthly existence many are the trials and pains. But, in the age to come, there will be only tears of joy.

    Jesus loves you and He is right next to you.

    May our heavenly Father fill you with peace and assurance.

    In Christ,
    Santiago and Elke

  9. Dear John, Pat and Family, Linda and I join the many others who’s prayers are being lifted up for you now! I think of the times we have been taught by God through you in sermons or articles in the years of your labors for our Lord Jesus and for us all in the Church. First, thank you for your faithfulness to Jesus, and us. Your labors have had far reaching effect on many and only God knows that extent. May the peace and love of Christ Jesus flood your hearts and our prayer is for Jesus to minister to your needs as only he can! David and Linda Husmann

  10. Hello Dear John,

    Really, really sad to hear you latest condition. We too, like others, cannot find words to say except to let you know how much you have made a difference in our lives.

    Like Paul, you have fought the good fight, run the good race and have kept your faith. We continue to pray for God’s blessing and miracle. Meanwhile, all we can think of is Christ’s words, “Well done, you Good and Faithful servant…”.

    Our hearts and prayers are with you, and you family, always.

    From us in Hong Kong.

  11. Christ in us ,the HOPE for GLORY

    Beloved brother,Haiti is in prayer for peace of God that transcend sufferings and adversity,the joy of salvation in Jesus-Christ and the assurance that we all are in the good shepherd’s hands to keep you,Pat,and the family strong in all moment.
    Joe, Georgette

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