Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Derek Loux memorial will be on DVD

The memorial service for Christian singing star and international adoption advocate Derek Loux will be available as a DVD. Loux's death after a highway accident the day before Christmas Eve resounded around the world, and his funeral at the International House of Prayer in Kansas Memorial was webcast live on the IHOP site on January 2nd.

At least it was supposed to be.

We couldn't find the feed, and apparently many others who wanted to be a part of the goodbye to the minister, husband and father of ten (eight adopted) were also unable to view it There has been no information, photos or video readily available in the days since.

Now, Loux's family acknowledges the problems, and demand, in a post on their website:

"Hope is more than just a word, it’s a state of being.
It’s a firm belief that even if you don’t know how,
even if you don’t know when, God will come through
and better days are up ahead.
Life sends rain… Hope dances in the puddles
until the sun comes out again….. Holley Gerth

"(Hebrews 11:1) Now faith is being sure of what we hope for
and certain of what we do not see.

"Thank you to all our friends and family in the U.S., Poland, South Korea, Ukraine, Russia, Singapore, China, Australia, New Zealand, India, Israel, England, Scotland, Spain, Hawaii, the Marshall Islands and others from around the world who have expressed your love to our family through your most needed prayers, encouraging email/blog messages and through your gifts. We are humbled and blessed by your love!

"For those of you who had a hard time watching Derek’s Memorial Service online, it will be available soon on DVD. We will keep you posted, both on this blog and at our
josiahfund.org website, when it is ready and available. You will also be able to download and print Derek’s Memorial Service brochure.

"God bless you and keep you close to His heart!

"In Jesus’ love, "Renee’, Telma, Teyolla, Keyolla, Leeann, Sophia, Michaela, Sana, Sasha, Ethan and Silas

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