Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Water is dangerous

just recieved this email form emergent us:
"Many in the Emergent community were saddened to hear of the tragic death on Sunday of our friend, Kyle Lake. Kyle was the pastor of University Baptist Church in Waco, Texas, an author, and a great friend of Emergent. But, far more importantly, he was the husband of Jen, the father of three young children, and the friend of countless many. Jen's brother, Scott Gornto, is also part of the Emergent community.
Please pray -- and ask your communities to pray -- for Jen and the children, for Scott and all of Kyle's friends and relatives, and for the entire UBC community. Later in the week, we will publish some tributes to Kyle."

it seems that he was electrocuted during a baptism service - standing in the pool when he moved a live microphone - it's kind of scary in the midst of a sacred act - an accident like this could occur - i guess i would point out the need for prayer for those being baptised too. this would not be how anyone would want to remeber a monumental occasion

May God restore all those involved, and especialy bless Kyle's family

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