Friday, April 2, 2010

Celebrating the Life of Tiffany Pate

Tonight, I have finally composed myself and my thoughts enough to write a short note about one of the greatest, most precious women I have ever known. Tiffany Pate was not just my friend, she was my sister in Christ, and I will never be the same as a result of having known her.

I will save the things I most want to say about her for Monday night at her memorial service because she requested that I speak at her funeral if God called her home, but the beautiful thing is that for the most part, Tiffany will speak for herself. I will only be her mouthpiece because she didn't just leave behind adoring family and friends, she left behind volumes of writings and scripture passage notes that express her heart and I could not be more honored or humbled to have the privilege of sharing with all who gather what Tiffany had discovered.

Her life and legacy deserve to be celebrated and commemorated in the most special way possible, so I wanted to post the arrangements here for anyone who visits this page and is able to join her family for the service.

Tiffany's Memorial Service will be Monday night, April 5, at 7 p.m., at Flint Groves Baptist Church in Gastonia, NC.

I can't help but marvel at the timing of Tiff's homegoing. As we celebrate this resurrection Sunday, it's comforting to know that because He lives, so does she!

Tikvah, Tiffany Tikvah!

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