A legacy is defined as:
Something handed down from an ancestor or a predecessor or from the past.
We all live with legacies in our lives; some are good, some are bad. Some we want to forget, and others we will never forget. Legacies shape us.
I know so many of you would love to be here personally. I wish you could too. So, for those who have been shaped by Rob, please join us this Wednesday, June 23, 11 am as we celebrate his life by clicking the link below.
We can now officially announce our plans for the living memorial that will continue to honor Rob’s legacy.
We will be building The Rob Carman Nurses Quarters. It will be in Fore’, located in the Eastern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea. These 8 bed living quarters will provide a much-needed facility to house the nurses who serve there. This will enable them to be in one place instead of outside the area, allowing them to meet the hospital’s needs much faster. Victory World Missions has provided yearly funding for the hospitals’ operations, so this will be another facet. The completion date is scheduled for December of this year.
We will be sharing plans and pictures so you will be able to will follow the progress.
I hope you will join our family and be a part of this living memorial.
Again, we thank many of you who have sent cards and texts and posted them on our website. In the words of Rob spoken so many times,
You’re God’s Best!