As Charisma News previously reported, one of the leading team members of Christ for all Nations (CfaN), Bradley Braland, died suddenly on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, in a car accident.
Director of CfaN’s communications, publications and print media, Braland passionately served on staff at CfaN for more than 10 years. His recent projects focused on the Good News Crusades that Reinhard Bonnke launched here in the U.S. Braland also served his church family and beyond as a musician and artist.
Braland is survived by his wife Bridgett, who sustained minor injuries in the accident, and four young children, Ethan, Zion, Levi and Zoe.
“Although his passing is tragic and unexpected, his 40 years on this earth will be celebrated by countless friends and family. Our comfort is that he has received his full reward of and is now sitting in the presence of Jesus!” Cfan officials said in a statement. “Still, the grief that his family will endure here on earth is just as real. Please join us in praying for Brad’s young family.”
If you would like to offer encouragement or practical assistance to the Bralands, CfaN has set up a family fund to help support the family in this time of need. Email CfaN at firstname.lastname@example.org and the ministry will contact you with more information or you can click here to give to them online. You may also visit the Brad Braland Tribute Facebook page to share encouragement as well as to witness an inspiring life touched by so many.
A Celebration of Life service for Brad will be held Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013, at First Baptist Church Windermere, at 300 Main Street, Windermere, Fla. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to noon with the funeral following starting at 1 p.m.
Cards and gifts for the Braland family can be sent to:
Christ for all Nations
ATTN: Benefit of Braland Family
P.O. Box 590588
Orlando, Florida 32859-0588
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