All Nations International will honor and remember its founder, Floyd McClung, an author and international missions leader, during a celebration of life service, on Saturday July 24, 2021. The service will take place in Pleasant Valley, Missouri and will be streamed live.
Floyd McClung passed away on May 29 at the age of 75 in Cape Town, South Africa, after an extended illness he had battled since 2016, and which had left him incapacitated for more than five years. The day he fell ill, he was teaching and prophetically said to All Nations’ mission students, “If I cannot continue, will you finish the race?”
“I know that I know that I know that I could not have survived these last five+ years without all the prayers that have been lifted up on our behalf. I am so very, very grateful for all the prayers,” said Floyd’s wife and All Nations Co-Founder Sally McClung.
“The last couple of years we have prayed for ‘healing or Heaven’ for Floyd. Of course, we hoped for healing – but God chose Heaven. I trust that choice completely – and, ultimately, Floyd is now healed too. He received both answers.”
“Although we grieve the passing of Floyd, we celebrate his reunion with Jesus, and his strong apostolic calling to reach the neglected,” said Dr Mary Ho, who now heads up All Nations. “Now, the baton has been handed to each one who will take it.” “Will you help finish the race?”
The celebration of life service will open with worship, led by Daniel Brymer. Gerhard Barnard, a close friend of Floyd McClung, All Nations Leadership Team Member and senior pastor of Logos Christian Church in Cape Town will host the event.
Along with Sally McClung, All Nations International has invited several Christian leaders to participate in the service in-person or remotely. These include: Mike Bickle of The International House of Prayer; Loren and Darlene Cunningham of Youth With A Mission (YWAM); Pete Grieg for 24-7 Prayer International; and several pastors including Roger Nix of Believers Church; Jimmy Seibert of Antioch Community Church and Roy Moran of Shoal Creek Community Church.
Floyd and Sally’s daughter Misha (McClung) Thompson will also participate along with Dr Mary Ho, who is All Nations International Executive leader and many other All Nations team members from across the world.
All Nations International
All Nations International is an international Christian missions training and sending organization committed to preparing Christians to share the Gospel and establish Jesus-followers in parts of the world where the name of Jesus Christ is not known. All Nations International is focused on reaching the neglected – the least, the last, and the lost. All Nations has more than 400 fieldworkers serving in more than 43 countries. All Nations was founded in 1993 by Floyd and Sally McClung. Dr. Mary Ho is the international executive leader. For more information, visit: www.allnations.international.