The funeral of world renowned pastor Dr Myles Munroe and his wife is to be held on December 4.
He was travelling on a light aircraft with his wife, Ruth, when it crashed on approach to Grand Bahama International Airport earlier this month.
Dr Richard H Pinder, a Senior Vice President and Pastor of Bahamas Faith Ministries Fellowship Church, also died in the crash – his funeral will be held on December 2.
Bahamas Faith Ministries International, which Dr Munroe founded, has confirmed there will be a National Memorial Service of Thanksgiving & Praise the night before his funeral.
The funeral service will be held at Bahamas Faith Ministries International Diplomat Centre on the island.
In a statement the ministry said: “We have literally been flooded with calls and well wishes from all over the world.
“We have also received a number of phone calls from several Head of States including Presidents of Countries, Prime Ministers as well as well known Pastors, Singers, Actors and Dignitaries expressing their sympathies and who have all indicated a commitment to attend.”
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