In Memory of
Richard Eugene Myers
April 25, 1929 – December 4, 2015
MYERS, Richard E., age 86, passed away December 4th, 2015. He is survived by his beloved wife Joan; his children Charles (Lori) Myers, Joy (Jim) Convis and Jill (Danny) Helton; his grandchildren Shannon Rousselow, Ashlee Sievert, Chelsea Convis, Caedy Convis, Claire Convis, Celah Convis, Jackson Convis, Cierra Convis, Bailee Helton and Caleb Helton; his great grandchildren Drake Rousselow, Bella Rousselow and Jace Sievert; his brothers Bill and Robert Myers.
Richard was born April 25th, 1929 in Pontiac, Michigan. He was a Korean War veteran along with being a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ for 68 years. Richard graduated from Anchor Bay Bible Institute with a Master’s Degree as a Doctor of Divinity. He also evangelized the gospel across the country and internationally. Richard served on the board of directors for Anchor Bay Evangelistic Association for many years. He founded and pastored Avondale Faith Tabernacle since 1976, which later became Rochester Hills Family Worship Center. The purpose of his life was loving his family and loving people.
Visitation will be held Monday, Dec. 7th, 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. at Pixley Funeral Home, 3530 Auburn Rd., Auburn Hills. Funeral Service will be Tuesday, Dec. 8th, 1 p.m. at Rochester Hills Family Worship Center, 1591 W Auburn Rd., Rochester Hills.
Christian Fellowship Churches of the Philippines News Update, October 2015
Ephesians 1:3. “Receiving Every Spiritual Blessing in Christ”. This was our theme verse of our October 2015 Semi-annual Christian Fellowship Pastors’ Convention here in Dumaguete City, October 19-21. We were so blessed to see our member pastors again and share precious fellowship with them. Our pastors gave wonderful messages from the Word of God and we enjoyed them so much! The Holy Spirit moved in the evening services with revival and sweet refreshing among the pastors!
We had a good attendance with pastors coming from all areas of the island of Negros; north, south, east and west! Sadly, some pastors were unable to come due to Typhoon Koppu that hit the Philippines and coincided with the dates of our convention. Inter-island ships were cancelled due to the storm, so pastors from Mindanao Island and Siquijor Island were not able to come.
We were happy to hear from the pastors of blessings and revival in their churches, so we praise God for all these things! I attach some photos!
God bless you,