10 Posts Expressing Love, Support, and Prayers For Rick Warren And His Family

Each Friday I present the Top 10 Leadership Posts I read the previous week.  This week I simply felt lead to go in a different direction.

Last week, the Christian community’s heart broke for Rick and Kay Warren on the passing of their son.  I have never had the opportunity to meet the Warrens but they are the epitome of Christ-likeness.  All Christian leaders owe the Warrens a great debt of gratitude for the investment they have made in our lives.

As parents, friends, admirers, and just fellow Christians, our prayers and deepest sympathies go out to the Warren family.

The following are 10 posts, many gathered by Brandon A. Cox at Pastors.com, that reflect our heartfelt thoughts and sympathies.

  1. Rick Warren’s Son Commits Suicide; Christian Community Expresses Grief by Christian Culture News
  2. Saddleback Church Sets Up Matthew Warren Fund for Mental Illnesses by www.ChurchLeaders.com
  3. A Letter To Rick Warren by Nicole Cottrell
  4. Mourning With Rick And Kay Warren And Family by Brandon A. Cox
  5. Rick Warren, critics, and the hope of God’s Son by Mark Driscoll
  6. My Sobering Time with Rick Warren about His Son Matthew by Ron Edmondson
  7. Beth Moore: Sadness and Madness
  8. My Take: How Churches Can Respond To Mental Illness by Ed Stetzer via www.cnn.com
  9. Geoff Surratt: My Prayer for Rick and Kay Warren
  10. How to Recover from Life’s Worst Disasters by Rick Warren via www.Pastors.com

If you would like to forward any thoughts to the Warren family, you can do that at www.BrandonACox.com.  As grieving parents, I know they would appreciate it.

 

3 Responses to “10 Posts Expressing Love, Support, and Prayers For Rick Warren And His Family”

  1. nirmala on 15/04/2013 #

    Dear Pastor….

    This really saden our hearts. We have increased our prayers to uphold all the servants of God who stand in the front.
    Let God protect them from evil and give him wisdom to stand.
    Tour articles are really useful and it warns us to walk carefully in our path of ministry.
    We are very much blessed by your articles.
    God bless your ministry.
    nirmala yesudass

  2. Nicole Cottrell on 15/04/2013 #

    Brian,
    Once agin, thank you for your support of my blog. Too bad, in this case, it came as a result of such a great tragedy.

    Blessings to you.

  3. Pam Sparks on 15/04/2013 #

    Dear Rick and Kay Warren,
    So, so, sad to think of you having to go through the pain of losing your son. I am so sorry for your indescribable grief,…
    and loss. As a parent I cannot imagine having to go through the loss. I know God will be there to help you….as He always is. Please know that there are so many fellow Christians that grieve with you, for
    you, and love you.

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