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So Sad… Rest In Peace Myles Munroe, Family & Others

I woke up this morning to the tragic news that Dr Myles Munroe, his wife Ruth Monroe, his daughter Charisa and six others died in a plane crash.

According to Forbes, the plane reportedly struck a crane at the Grand Bahama Ship Yard, exploding on impact and crashing into the ground near a junkyard area at the Bahama International Airport.

It is such a sad ending for a man whose ministry has had a positive impact on thousands of people around the world. He was a renowned gospel leader, transformational leader, business coach and author of many motivational books.

Myles and passengers

The couple and 7 others (pictured above moments before boarding the plane) were killed after the Lear 36 executive private jet they were traveling in struck a crane at the grand Bahamas ship yard, as it approached for landing, exploding on impact. The group was on their way to the Global Leadership Forum, which was organized by Dr. Munroe and was scheduled for this week in Freeport.

Tragedies like this make me so so sad, makes me ask so many questions that I can’t find answers to. Dr Myles was 60 years old. I don’t know the ages of other passengers on the plane but they were all younger than him. He is a man that had so much more inside of him to impact the world with. In fact, he was on his way to touch more lives when he met his death.

I’ve been personally blessed by some of his teachings and books. I’m definitely gonna miss him, and so will thousands others. I take consolation in the fact that he lived a fulfilled life and did so much good while on earth. I pray for God’s comfort on his only surviving son. I can’t imagine how he must feel right now.

May the souls of the departed rest in peace.

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