It is my prayer that this testimony will be seen by thousands who need their faith revived. Stephanie will live on forever through this testimony and will continue to minister in a most positive way.
Today, I feel it possible to defeat the diabetes I am suffering with and actually believe God can revive and renew my pancreas and heal me. I needed to be reminded of those stripes Jesus bore for me. Thank you for sharing Stephanie's life and legacy with us. God bless you, Melvine and Greg. We are all blessed to have known Stephanie personally and even more blessed to be able to hear and see her testimony over and over through the gift of Hugh's News.
[Editor's comment: Brenda Sorrow Terry is the older sister of Rick Sorrow who married Christy Beatty, our associate pastor at Tarkenton when I was senior pastor. Christy is the daughter of the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. G. Earl Beatty (Nancy, her mother, is also ordained). Christy completed the required two years of full time pastoral leadership ministry to qualify for active duty. Christy has a Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary. Christy Beatty Sorrow was our first female active duty chaplain and served for 20+ years as an Air Force chaplain. God has given them three intelligent and talented children: Kyle, Callie, and the Mighty Russell. Both Kyle and Callie are graduates of Emmanuel College. In fact, Bishop Tim Lamb, superintendent of LifePoint Ministries (Georgia Conference) made the announcement that Callie Sorrow will be preaching for us at Christian Life Worship Center this coming Sunday, July 24, at the 11 o'clock worship service. It is significant that mother and daughter will or have preached in the pulpit at Tarkenton Memorial Church, now called Christian Life Worship Center. Callie Sorrow was granted Minister's License in June in the Alpha Conference annual conference in our church in Hoover, the former Good Shepherd Church that I pastored for nine years.]