A Tribute to Dr. Dean Griffin

“A Tribute to Dr. Dean Griffin” by the Rev. Dr. Sarah Babylon Dorrance Feb. 10, 2020

Pastor Sarah writes, “Recently a good family friend passed away. Dean and his family were always a part of our family. Like other close families, we did life together. Growing up, the Griffins always stopped by on Christmas afternoon, for the annual Easter egg hunt, and summer family barbecues, to name but a few occasions. Dean’s family took me skiing in Canada. It is because his family hosted a French AFS student that Cora and I became lifelong best friends. Our family stories are intertwined.”

Read much more here: https://revsarahdorrance.wordpress.com/2020/02/10/a-tribute-to-dr-dean-griffin/

For those trying to authentically follow Jesus.

What does a life look like that is trying to follow in the footsteps of Jesus? The short answer is that the life lived is a reflection of the image of God-the very image in which each human being is created; in the image of God.

Recently a good family friend passed away. Dean and his family were always a part of our family. Like other close families, we did life together. Growing up, the Griffins always stopped by on Christmas afternoon, for the annual Easter egg hunt, and summer family barbecues, to name but a few occasions. Dean’s family took me skiing in Canada. It is because his family hosted a French AFS student that Cora and I became lifelong best friends. Our family stories are intertwined.

Dean was a jokester and he talked to everyone around him, to include every waitress and nurse who cared for him. For…

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