Remembering Bishop Patterson:”What I remember most about Bishop G.E. Patterson is…….”

gepatterson23.jpgWe really miss you Bishop Patterson, and we will never forget all that you spoke and everything you shared with us. You life was full of service and dedication. We remember so much that you taught and enjoyed every moment spent with you.  We are taking the time now to reflect on those times and share with one another in order to keep your memory alive. Rest in peace, but know that we do remember.

Here is your chance to share with the world your fondest memories of Bishop G.E. Patterson.  Just finish this statement in response as we all together remember a great leader, an humble servant, and a faithful shepherd……..

What I remember most about Bishop G.E. Patterson is…………………………………..

4 Responses to “Remembering Bishop Patterson:”What I remember most about Bishop G.E. Patterson is…….””

  1. 1 Kenny Martin March 21, 2007 at 10:43 pm

    I remember the stories he would tell. He would take his time as he spoke and not forget any details. he was so well versed in the scriptures so he could expound at anytime on anything. He really loved the people of God. That’s what i remember most about Bishop G.E. Patterson.

  2. 2 Lucile Sheats March 22, 2007 at 3:33 pm

    Although I never met Bishop Patterson personally, I watched his TV ministry faithfully. Bishop Patterson was always prepared to deliver God’s word–never sugar coating any issues. His sharp mind for details and thorough knowledge of the Bible made his messages overwhelming. He was a great orator. I especially enjoyed the “old time” spiritual singing. He impressed me as being a humble man of God. Bishop Patterson will be solely missed but shall always live in our hearts!

  3. 3 Rev. Dr. Maria A. Seaman March 24, 2007 at 4:04 am

    My name is Pastor Maria Seaman and I am from the Island of Bermuda. I was so saddened to hear of the passing of Bishop Patterson. I eagerly looked forward to his TV Ministry on Sunday Mornings. He was by no means a shallow preacher. He had his facts together and then he had the flare to go with it.

    My hope and pryer is that many preachers will take a page from his book of pulpit protocol. That is, study to be approved unto God and then captivate mankind by their delivery of God’s Word.

    He may be gone, but he will never beforgotten.

    Blessings Abound!

    Dr. Maria

  4. 4 De`Borah Donald March 29, 2007 at 7:48 am

    What I remember most about Bishop G.E. Patterson is how anointed he was. He could encourage thousands in a minute and have you up on your feet praising and remembering God – not your problems! He will be sorely missed!

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