Memorial Service

Hey, this is Chris again.  For those who were unable to attend my dad’s memorial service, the recording of the service is available here:

Thank you again for all your support and kind words!


About Jay F Guin

My name is Jay Guin, and I’m a retired elder. I wrote The Holy Spirit and Revolutionary Grace about 18 years ago. I’ve spoken at the Pepperdine, Lipscomb, ACU, Harding, and Tulsa lectureships and at ElderLink. My wife’s name is Denise, and I have four sons, Chris, Jonathan, Tyler, and Philip. I have two grandchildren. And I practice law.
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7 Responses to Memorial Service

  1. Jim Haugland says:

    Thank you for sharing

  2. David says:

    Thanks for sharing that with us. Some years ago when I found out Jay was a math major, I posted to him that I thought the reason we seem to agree on most subjects was that I also was a math major, and that our thinking patterns must be similar. He posted back that that probably wasn’t the reason we agreed, because he knew several math majors that thought he was nuts. Anyway, we did agree on many things, which made me feel I wasn’t a complete nut.

  3. Larry Cheek says:

    Thanks Chris,
    I would have liked to stay for the service but I had a prior commitment for Thursday.

  4. Dwight says:

    Thank you.

  5. Larry Cheek says:

    I did remember that blog post and how moving it was then, even more so now. Thanks to God for the messages from Jay.

  6. Terry Purcell says:

    Thank you Chris, very kind of you to share. It helps in dealing with the grief and loss we readers feel. God’s blessing to you and your family.

  7. David F Lloyd says:

    I found this web site only today while doing research on the Book of the Revelation. I read with great enthusiasm several of Jay’s post. I made notes, encouraged by his understanding of the Word. After reading through several posts (finding them through links on the pages) I clicked on the home page of the site. My plan, to post a link to my desktop so I can come back and read more of Jay Guin’s writings.
    I was stunned and saddened to read about the loss of this great man. Like most of us, I seldom watch any videos online longer than three minutes.But seeing the link to Jays memorial service I could not help but watch and listen in silence to the story of this man and his love for Jesus and his family.
    I wish to extend my condolences to you, his family. I can empathize with you, his children, as I lost my dad over thirty years ago. He was about the same age as your dad when he left us. I’ve missed him all these years but have remembered him in his love for Christ and for his family. My sister joined him just a few years ago. Today they are walking in the Love of Christ along side your dad.
    I look forward to continuing to read more of your fathers work. I would have loved to have met him. This one thing I do know, when my time comes, after I’ve knelt at the feet of my Savior, I’ll go looking for my dad and your dad!
    May you continue to walk in His footsteps.

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