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Rev. Timothy Wright

Rev. Timothy Wright, his 58 year old wife Betty Wright, and his grandson were involved in a deadly car crash that killed the Rev.’s wife.

Looking at the phenomenal response and outpouring of support, I will try and get in touch with the Reverend to leave a message of peace and goodwill for his supporters here.

Updates:

July 7, 2008

8:00 PM EDT: Family says the Reverend is ‘Holding On’.

July 6, 2008

7:00 AM EDT: Grandson has passed away.

July 5, 2008

11:08 PM EDT: Unconfirmed reports about Reverend being in extremely critical situation at the hospital ICU.

5:43 PM EDT: According to conflicting reports, Rev Wright is on a respirator and his heart had stopped beating couple of times.

3.09 PM EDT: The circumstances of the accident are as following. The Rev along with his wife and grandson where traveling through Lamar Barrack, PA. On the way, an individual was driving on the wrong side of the road and hit Rev. Wright’s car in a head on collision. Rev was heading back from a convention in Detroit.

1.39 PM EDT: “Currently, Rev. Timothy Wright is heavily sedated, has several broken bones BUT IS NOW doing better and is currently in critical care.   The grandson, 14 year old Daniel, is NOT brain dead, but was on life support and is also doing better.”

12:30 PM EDT: There are reports abuzz that the reverand has been injured in a car accident. Is that true? I am still trying to search for more information on this.

Keep checking back for updates.

    91 Responses to “Rev. Timothy Wright”

    1. Denise says:

      My prayers are with the Wright family, may God bless them all.

    2. Erica Moses says:

      Jesus Jesus Jesus! That’s what they call him. My thoughts prayers and condolences are with Rev. Timothy the family and the church family. May God continue to be with you’ll in this time of need and may he keep you. Just remember that he will never put more on you than you can bare. So keep looking up to him because your help comes from the Lord. I love you and may God be with you. KEEPER KEEPER KEEPER!!! That’s what he is.

    3. Cortez Nunley says:

      My prayers are with you and the family. Just walk with JESUS and he will take you through.

    4. Sis Tessie Simpson says:

      I will bless the lord at all times and his praise shall continually be in my mouth, O manify the lord with me,and let us exalt his name together for he is truly a miracle worker. My Prayers are with Rev Wright and his family, There is a Balm in Gilead, Jesus the Great Physician and we put it all in his hands. The Just Shall Live By Faith!

    5. Tracy B. says:

      My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire nation, we have truly suffered a great loss in the passing of Co-Pastor Wright and their grandson DJ Wright. I will continue to pray for Rev. Wright and the entire nation as God’s will be done.

    6. Yvonne B. Martin says:

      Our prayers are with you and your family and
      I know that He will bring you through it all.

    7. Barbara A. Mitchell says:

      God knows all, God sees all, and God can do all. He can do exceedingly more than His children could ever ask for in any situation. God, (In the name of Jesus) I pray you step in where and when needed for the Wright family in this time of swift transitions.

    8. Sister Denise says:

      To The Wright Family: In times like these we need JESUS, JESUS, JESUS: SAVIOR, SAVIOR, SAVIOR: HEALER, HEALER, HEALER: FAITH, FAITH, FAITH: and All of this in that SPECIAL NAME which has all the POWER: JESUS, JESUS, JESUS
      TOUCH, TOUCH, TOUCH….. The entire FAMILY, Love you all
      alone with the entire Church Family… Stand and keep on Praying GOD HE is ABLE…

    9. JO ANN DEAN says:

      Pastor Wright I am praying that you have a full recovery and that God continue to watch over you, your family and church family during this difficult time. You’ve been a blessing to so many down through the years and I had the opportunity to sing praises to God with you during our recording sessions at Fellowship M.B. Church in Chicago, Il. with my Sr. Pastor, Rev. Evans.

    10. the hollidays says:

      god is a keeper, and a healer.we all have to believe that all things work for the good of them who love the Lord. we are praying for the Wright family.

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