A Man of God has Passed
The King’s High Way Ministries is tightly knit together with Koinonia House, so the loss of Chuck Missler this week strikes deeply here. As with so many other believers, we are also experiencing joy for Chuck, now that he is free of this earthly tent. He has moved on to glory, seeing everything clearly with Jesus, and again embracing his wife Nan, and their sons Chip and Mark, as well as a host of family and friends who went before them into eternity.
Our hearts go out to the family members who are still with us: their two daughters, Lisa and Meshell and their families, along with the families of Chip and Mark. We pray God will comfort and strengthen all of them.
Chuck was 83 years old, and had retired in New Zealand (he was still a US citizen, but had established residency in NZ). He would have turned 84 on May 28, but his health took a turn such that he began with hospice care just days before he passed away on May 1, 2018.
The family is planning a celebration of his life at Real Life Ministries located at 1860 N. Cecil Rd., Post Falls, Idaho 83854, on June 2, 2018 at 2 pm. Chuck will be laid to rest beside Nan in New Zealand on June 16.
Chuck and Nan began Koinonia House as a vehicle for their ministry together. Chuck had been teaching the Bible through Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa for years, and Nan had just begun teaching and writing about marriage and Agape. Chuck’s forte was obviously his amazing ability to present Scripture using insights from science, history, and Bible prophecy. More than forty years later, he has reached millions of people with his topical studies and verse-by-verse exposition of Scripture.
In his last message to us, Chuck shared that he had been impressed that he was to “stay the course” and finish well. Then he went on and exhorted us to study the Bible and press on to do God’s will. It’s safe to say that Chuck faithfully kept his message to the end.
Thousands of people have honored Chuck on the K-House website and FaceBook page. Thousands more are commenting after reading tributes given on blogs, various ministry websites, YouTube vlogs, etc. The overwhelming message is a deep appreciation for Chuck Missler’s convincing belief that the Bible is from God, without error, and should be studied by every believer in Christ—and unbelievers, too!
We join our voice with theirs and revere Chuck as a great Bible teacher; one who helped us hear God’s voice through the Scriptures.
We look forward to seeing Chuck and Nan again. Maranatha!
The King’s High Way staff