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Still Speaking after 31 Years in Heaven

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We want to give everyone an opportunity to share their memories of how Jesus used Keith to impact their life.  And gather all the stories in one place for everyone to enjoy. 

Keith sure impacted my life.  After Jesus, he was my biggest influence.  Keith modeled giving everything to Jesus, not wanting celebrity, caring for the poor, taking people off the streets, and reaching into prisons.  We did that from the start together. 

I would love to know what your story is.  How did Keith impact your life?  Were you at a concert?  Was it through the music?  Are you in ministry?  On the mission field? 

How did Keith impact you, and what are you doing now that you think you might not be doing — if not for his influence? 

Please share your story in the comment section below.
 
I’ll start!

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How did Jesus use Keith to Impact Your Life?

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We are celebrating Keith's Life, Music, and Message with two Collections.  Both include a CD, a DVD, and a Book: 
The LEGACY PACKAGE and The LIFE COLLECTION — On sale now in the LDM Store
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james maynard (Guest) 07/28/2013 17:36
I was a young Christian at calvary commission Kieth had died about 18 montns earlier.His music and his teaching were amazing it was hard to believe he had served the Lord for such a short time,He did more in a short time than many of us in a lifetime
Glenda in Australia (Guest) 07/28/2013 17:43
I used to use Keith Greens music in Youth Group.

Judy (Guest) 07/28/2013 17:46
I listened to Keith's music blaring through the house while I did housework "back in the day." I always believed he was truly gifted as a prophetic song writer, like David the Psalmist. When David played the harp, King Saul's soul was quieted, and Keith's gift of music brought change in people's hearts and minds. The Holy Spirit worked through Keith's words and music.
Pat From OZ (Guest) 07/28/2013 18:03
My sister,gave me a cassette, was separating and divorcing during the 1990'a and the songs ministered to my heart,I felt so broken and hurt, these songs reminded me of the Fathers love towards me and provided much comfort during these difficult times in my life, it gave me hope when I needed it so desperately. A few years later I shared the prodigal son song with my son, to show him the fathers heart towards him, the Lord ministered to my hurting little boy then and he allowed himself to cry and accept the love of God.. I am very grateful for the impact (which human words cannot even express)of this beautiful ministry. My boy is now a young man and when he needed comforting the Father graciously spoke to him through Keith's songs.. eternally grateful. Pat..
Dave herron (Guest) 07/28/2013 18:04
I attended a special service the church had one night there was not enough chairs to go around so people were sitting on the floor that kind of set the mood for me there was a sense of closeness with everyone a different feel in the air I knew of the Lord but was in a backsliding stage but my sister and brother n law ask me to go so I did not knowing what to expect It was a film the church showed that I now know was the memorial concert of Keith from the beginning to the end I was mesmerize of what I was seeing and hearing long story short that night I repenting came back to the Lord and though I've never met the green family in person I feel I've knowned you for years It's been a great ride and thanks to this ministry and almighty God I'm still serving the Lord today closer then I've ever been I love keith and the green family as well as LDM keep up the awesome work Melody thank you for keeping this blessed ministry alive and well after all these years may the Lord continue to bless you and LDM your brother in Christ.
Woodie Hill (Guest) 07/28/2013 18:08
I first learned of Keith Green in September of 1982. Not knowing anything about Keith, Melody or Last Days Ministry - a young (I was a lot younger too) missionary gave me a Keith Green cassette tape (No Compromise) and it changed my life forever. I was a musician and Keith sermons set to music made me look at myself in the light of the Holy God. I have been a music minister since 1982 and Keith's music very evident in our praise and worship at every service. I never met Keith or Melody but we have been to Teen Mania (formerly Last Days Ministry) in Texas. I've gone to the cemetery even though I know Keith is not there but is in the presence of our Heavenly Father - I wanted to pay my respect. On this anniversary of Keith homecoming - Melody, we love you and you are always close in our prayers and hearts. Thank you for continuing your service as unto the Lord. God Bless
Donna Davis (Guest) 07/28/2013 18:25
Keith Green's songs are like no other! As we have said so often, they are sermons set to music. You cannot just listen; you have to respond to their message. His passion, love and zeal for the Lord really shines through along with his constant longing to be closer to the Lord and to reach the lost souls of this world. It will be great to meet Keith and the whole 'Green' family. Thank you Melody for sharing your husband's and children's lives with the world; we will all be together soon, for eternity. The Lord continue to comfort, bless and guide you until that day.
Dale Kerans Australia (Guest) 07/28/2013 18:32
I became a Christian in 1994 and one of the first books I was given to read was Keith's "NO Compromise" ~ and this is my catchcry to this very day. I have given away 3 copies of this book and bought myself a new one each time, and it has impacted so many for Christ. I was caught by the honesty of it all - thank you so much Melody for making sure it was written and published. Keith, like me, searched until he found what he was looking for. I love his music, again because of it's honesty and scriptural integrity ~ I look forward to meeting Keith in heaven one day. Until then, no compromise! God bless.
Cliff Craig 07/28/2013 18:43
It is hard to believe that 31 years has gone by. When I first heard Keith I was a young believer living in Florida where we had moved to plant a church.
I was saved in my late 20's and a musician like Keith.
I was not raised in a Christian home and although I related to and wanted to follow Christ I was very skeptical of "church" Coming out of that "live hard live fast die young" culture I looked at Keith as someone who had been there and understood. His challenge to discipleship to pray and passionately care about the things that matter to be willing to pick up my cross and follow Him deeply impacted my walk with Christ.
His music and his message spoke to my heart then and still does. He was just so real and uncomplicated in what he sang and spoke.
31 years later his music still encourages and challenges me.
I remember hearing the news of the plane crash and it was like losing a family member even though I never met Keith. I look forward to doing that when we are all safely at home.
Thank you Melody for continuing to fight the good fight and keeping the message alive. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
God bless you!
Cliff Craig
Judy Jansen (KC, MO) (Guest) 07/28/2013 18:44
I was going to a Christian college when I was introduced to the ministry of Kieth Green. I got his magazines and kept them for decades. I'd sing with his music and at times tears would roll down my cheeks as I felt he understood my struggles of a dedicated Christian in a fallen world. The article/cartoon with the biggest impact on me was where people were struggling in the water and only a few on land were trying to rescue anyone; our call to evangelize the world. I took his death very hard. I questioned God; how He could allow such a dynamic influence to be taken so early. My biggest regret is I never made it to one of his concerts.
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