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  1. Thank you, Ken. Good job writing about your brother Bob. Our hearts are moved for all his family and friends.

  2. Pastor, that was a very endearing tribute to your brother-in-law! Just think, one day the two of you will be in Heaven spending all of eternity fellowshipping together and worshiping our Lord. I had a sister down south that one day just dropped down on the ground dead from a heart attack. That was hard since I really didn’t know if she was saved. I had witnessed to her one time but she didn’t seem to be interested in what I had to say. The Pastor that did her funeral said that she was in Heaven but I still have doubts.
    Jim & I are praying for you and Lois at this time and especially for Lois’s sister. We are so blessed to have you here at EBC. Our love and prayers to the family. Bea

  3. Thanks so much, Melony. I love you much–and all your wonderful clan. each and every single one of them… never doubt it. The older I get the more precious each of you is to me.

  4. IMy heart is so touched by this…. what a precious report of you soul winning heart and the reward that Jesus gives….. thank you for sharing….

    Praying much for you and the family…. I love you…

  5. HI KEN, YOUR ARTICLE OF DEAR BROTHER BOBBY’S FAITH AND GROWTH IN THE LORD IS A GREAT TRIBUTE TWO WAYS: FIRST, OF A VERY HONORABLE MAN AND HIS FAITH THAT WORKED IN HIS LIFE. THOUGH I DIDN’ GET TO KNOW HIM WELL, I WAS ALWAYS IMPRESSED BY HIS CHARACTER AND KINDNESS– HOW VERY MUCH WE WILL ALL MISS HIM.

    SECOND, THE GRAVEL IMPORTANT MISSION WE ALL HAVE OF BEING SOUL-CONSCIOUS OF EVERYONE AROUND US. OH, THANK GOD FOR YOUR SOUL-WINNING WAYS. SOULS, SOULS, THAT IS WHAT WE ARE ALL ABOUT WHO KNOW HIM. IF WE CAN ALL GET THIS THROUGH OUR HEADS.

    HOW PRECIOUS LINDA AND ALL WHO ARE STILL WITH US WILL CONTINUE TO OCCUPY OUR PRAYERS AND EFFORTS TO STAND WITH THEM.

    THANK YOU, SON– PRAISE GOD FOR JESUS! -DAD

  6. Pastor,

    Loving personal relationships like this are treasures not meant to be forgotten, not possible to be forgotten. Thank you for sharing your heart and the memories you have of such a quiet and Godly man who was loved by many. Forever touched and praying often.

    Diane

  7. Bob was a good, kind and faithful man. Like all the Dunbar men( and women) he flew true. He, Linda and their beautiful family were an example to Jenny and me. God bless the Dunbar’s.

  8. Pastor Ken, thank you for sharing this with us. It is a great tribute to such a godly man … The legacy of Bob Dunbar is a legacy of imaging Jesus, in big and small ways. Please know that we are gently lifting all of you up in this time of sorrow. Praying for the peace that only the Lord can bring in such a time as this.

  9. So touching. Thanks for sharing. May Bob rest in peace and Gold bless his family and friends ??