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Pete Laing (Guest) (07/22/2012 00:18)
I was priviaged to have meet Lowell Connie and Larry when they came to our little church in Bettendorf, Iowa. It was in the late 1960s and they had an old bus that always needed repairs. Our church (First Assemble of God) embraced their ministry several times throught the years. On their first or second visit, Lowell got a revival started at Palmer college of chyropractic in Davenport Iowa. Since that time we have always had Palmer students attending our church.
My father supported the "Message for America" ministries until he died in June 1979. Dad always said " Lowell is our moderin day Paul of the Bible.
Lowell, ss one of Heavens newest residents, please say Hi to my mom and dad
Love Pete Laing God bless your family and see you some day.
Rick and Bebe Svenddal (Guest) (07/22/2012 14:20) Praise God for LOWELL AND CONNIE! Many, many will be in Glory because of him....and her......including the two of us, who were saved at the Lundstrom Crusade in Barnum, MN. in July of 1982. Because of his efforts, God worked in our lives to leave the Nashville nightclub circuit in just a short month or two, and to sing and play and minister strictly for JESUS! HE ADVISED AND MENTORED US A LOT, especially in the early years of our full time ministry. Yes, we are still out there doing full time ministry in USA, Canada, and Colombia, South America....... many thanks to the Lord, and of course, to LOWELL LUNDSTROM.....
In Christ...Rick and Bebe Svenddal "RB Ministries"
Ken Lundeen (Guest) (07/22/2012 15:56)
WE had the Lundstroms in every town we pastored in- four. In Frien,NE he held a five day crusade for us. The first time we saw him, Connie & Larry was in a joint crusade in Moline,Il. No One had more of a passion for winning souls than Lowell Lundstrom.
My prayer is GOD send us more like him.
America is losing its truly great evangelists one by one. We loved him and will miss him, but we'll see him soon. We're all just a few minutes behind you, Lowell.
Our deepest sympathies to Londa and the rest of the family.
In GOD'S Love, Ken & Karon Lundeen
Hank Roso (Guest) (07/22/2012 20:04)
Lowell was one of the most passionate men I have ever known. His impact on me was life changing. My prayers and love go out to Londa, Lisa, LJ, Lance and the whole family.
Don and Darla McKenzie (Guest) (07/24/2012 19:27)
We thank God for Lowell's ministry. We both came to the Lord in 1981. Lowell was in Austin MN. at the Austin High School. I had just asked Jesus in my heart a few weeks before and thank the Lord for your families ministry, as Don, through Lowell's teaching asked Jesus in his heart. My husband said to Lowell after the meeting that he was not sure about this born again stuff. Lowell said, " I have not seen a stalion that God has not been able to break yet." He was right. We have been serving our Lord for 31 years. Now our 3 grown daughters know and serve the Lord with their husbands. May God Bless you and give you peace during this hard time.
Evangelist Lonnie Lyons (Guest) (07/25/2012 05:03)
Londa, Lisa, LJ, Lance, Leon, Larry and families: Our sympathies go to each of you in the loss of your father, brother, friend, wonderful man/evangelist for the Lord. Our family has been so inspired by your family in the ministry, and this goes all the way back to Lowell's parents on the farm in Peever. We want you to know, we are deeply saddened to hear of another loss in your family in such a short time and are praying for strength for each one of you. We have all of the albums, tapes and CDs, many books and truly cherish them. Lowell was a very gifted songwriter, singer and instrumentalist, exceptional at speaking and sharing the gospel in a way no other with his wit and humor. Our family has many times over sung some of your songs including "Who's In The Middle of the Dark" at several of our ministry meetings. Our kids will never forget the aching in the backs of their necks after Lowell squeezed them lovingly so hard or pinched their cheeks. We have many stories to tell and can't include them all here. Your parents will both be missed by so many people across the states. But, praise be to Jesus, Lowell is reunited with Connie. We pray God's strength and guidance to each of you in the days forthcoming.
Evangelist Lonnie and Kathleen Lyons and family from Rochester, Minnesota.
Ken Ebright (Guest) (08/10/2012 18:29)
I read about Lowell’s death in the frontline magazine. I use to attend Celebration when I lived in the Twin Cities. I volunteered to help with parking one year at the Tent crusade. The next day Lowell sought me out and said that he saw me yesterday and he wanted told appreciated what I done. Two previous churches I attended before Celebration no one ever said thank you. I could tell it was heartfelt by the way he looked at me.
I was in the Twin Cities over the Memorial day weekend for my nieces graduation. I was sitting in back during the early service when Lowell walked in. I wanted to say hi after the service I never saw him. That was the last time I ever saw him.
Irene from California (Guest) (08/11/2012 16:40) I was just listening to my iPad and Lowell's song Empty Chairs played. When my dad passed away, I thought a lot about that song and it gave me peace. Lowell is in a great place now also and I hope you have the same peace. When I was growing up in Montana, I would drag my mom to any Lundstrom crusade within a 100+ miles of our home. When I found out the music I grew up on was on DVD, I got them and have them on my iPad now. When I'm at work, I mix my music so those come on throughout the day. It's very refreshing.
Sharon from CA (Guest) (08/11/2012 20:11)
I remember, fondly, those crusades that our family would attend when I was living in SD. Our children were young, and I was in my mid-twenties. My husband, at the time, asked me to go forward with him after Lowell gave the alter-call. I chose not to go, but he went
forward to accept Christ. Shortly after that event, regretfully, we were divorced. There have been times that I wish I could have allowed myself to go forward...perhaps my marriage could have been saved! While we were married, I know of three of your Father's crusades that we attended. I was always taken by how sweet and dear your Mother, Connie, seemed to be...she exuded love, kindness, and all the special qualities that a mother, wife and friend would have in representing Christ!
We enjoyed Lowell's country music style in his crusades...he made them fun and yet serious in presenting the gospel. It is sad to know that your parents are gone at such a young age...they were wonderful servants of Christ! We ask the Lord to give you His grace, strength and mercy during this difficult time...thank you for sharing your parents with all of us who needed them so very much!
Pastor Dave and Marilyn Smith (Guest) (09/05/2012 11:31)
i am saddened by the passingof Lowell. He made a deep impact on me when he and the eam visited Virden Manitoba back in the 70's. We took a whole bus load of young people there from Russell. That night the bus driver and another lady gave their lives to the Lord. One of them never looked back and served the Lord until her death. Several years ago my wife and I were in Celebration Church and appreciated our visit with Lowell and Connie. We'll miss them as they had a powerful impact on out lives.
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