Posted by: pastordiehl   in Remembering

Madge Ault passed away and her funeral is Wednesday. It has been several years since she attended New Hope because she was a resident at Wesley Health Care in Auburn. She shared a room with her husband, Lewis, who is 99.

They both lived a full life. When what has become known as the Jesus Movement revival swept through northeast Indiana in the 1970s, they were active participants and great supporters of the Lord’s work. When they became attenders at New Hope, they were both invalids physically, needing rides to church. But they were among the most supportive people in our church, always having a good word for me and others.

What will you remember about Madge Ault?

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Sharon Servis With A Smile

Special Friends. I always learn something from my special elderly friends. This beautiful lady had learned how to ‘truly receive’ from the Lord. She would be totally transformed by 15 to 20 minutes of praise, worship, payer, and communion. Her conversation and prayer requests always blessed me a bunch.

January 12th, 2016 at 3:51 pm

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