On Thursday, March 31st, Pastor Paul M. Sadler went home to heaven to be with His Savior. This soldier for the Lord Jesus Christ was a tireless worker in the ministry who had a tremendous impact on the lives of many. His dedication to the Word of God rightly divided, consistent soundness in doctrine, valued writings, teaching, preaching, and wise counsel greatly honored His Savior. His example in godliness and faithful service to the Lord Jesus Christ is one we all appreciated and can seek to follow in our own lives. Praise be to God for the spiritual impact of this faithful soldier of Christ. Our lives are richer for having known him.
Through the outreach of social media and telephone calls, many learned within minutes of being posted on Facebook that Pastor Sadler had graduated to glory. We wish to thank you for your prayer support for the family in recent weeks and for the tributes of many kind words. It is the express wishes of Pastor Paul Sadler’s loved ones that no flowers are sent. Instead, they are asking those who wish to express their hearts do so by a gift to the ministry of the Berean Bible Society. In their words, “This is what he would have wanted.”
A Memorial Service has been planned for Friday, April 29th, 2016, at Falls Bible Church in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin. The service will begin at 7:00 PM. At the family’s request, no testimonials will be given during the service as it was the desire of Pastor Sadler to focus the attention primarily on the Lord Jesus Christ. A time of refreshments and fellowship will begin at 6:00 PM, in the basement of the church, preceding the memorial service. We are sending this letter to let you know you are welcome to attend and participate.
We thank you in advance for your continued prayer support for the family, staff, and the Berean Bible Society. Thank you for your interest. May the God of all comfort strengthen all our hearts at this time.
In Grateful Appreciation,
The Board of Directors of the Berean Bible Society
A message from Kevin Sadler:
Photos of Pastor Sadler from the BBS 75th Anniversary Conference and Open House: