On April 26, outstanding Greek-Australian preacher, evangelist and teacher, Con Stamos, died after a three-year battle with cancer.
Always larger than life, Con’s outstanding ministry reached many areas of Australia, notably the Aboriginal communities of northern Australia and the eclectic residents of inner city Sydney.
In a letter to friends written in early March, Con acknowledged the seriousness of his condition but was far from subdued:
‘Time is God’s domain. Mine is to live this life to the fullest.’
On April 27, Rev David Wilkinson, the founding pastor of Times Square Church in New York City and author of the well-known book The Cross and the Switchblade, posted a blog titled When All Means Fail.
As if writing for Con and his family, he had this to say:Read More »