On behalf of the more than 500 churches in 19 countries around the world that make up the consistency of Global United Fellowship, I express my deepest condolences regarding the tragic death of Dr. Myles Monroe, his loving and dedicated wife, and Co-Pastor Mrs. Ruth Ann Munroe and the Sr. VP and Pastor, Dr. Richard Pinder, along with the other precious and important lives that were lost, we join the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and the worldwide community in mourning the loss of this great Global giant.
One person can indeed make a powerful difference in the lives of many. One man, Dr. Munroe was a prolific, focused and effective Christian leader who served God selflessly and touched millions of lives. Dr. Munroe’s teachings on leadership are profound and transformative.
As both of us hail from the same country and our ministries are less than a mile apart from one another, we shared a common brotherhood, with mutual interests and desires. I’ve always respected his passion for building real leadership. Dr. Munroe’s ministry equipped leaders around the world to pursue excellence and to fulfill their grandest visions.
I encourage everyone to honor his memory by reflecting on Dr. Munroe’s essential words, “You weren’t born just to live a life and to die, you were born to accomplish something specifically. Matter of fact, success is making it to the end of your purpose, that is success. Success is not just existing, success is making it to the end of why you were born. So, make yourself valuable by using your inherent gift to help humanity.”
It has been my personal honor to know this great man of God, and again, we express our deepest condolences to the Munroe family, to the Bahamas Faith Ministries International Fellowship, and to the families of all who perished in this accident.
Bishop Neil C. Ellis
Global United Fellowship