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  1. Pastor Vincent will be deeply missed. He was a man who brought love and joy to many. May his soul rest in peace and may the Lord comfort his family and friends who will miss him dearly.

  2. Pastor Vince was man who loves God and loves people. He was very kind and go out of his way to help folks. He never liked to see people hurting.
    Pastor Vince you have fought the god fight you have finish the course, laid up for you in Glory is a crown filled with stars. The community of Lawrenceville is not gonna be the same without Pastor Vince but the legacy you left will continue. Family, Sis Cynthia be strong in the Lord and in the power of his might. God will comfort ur heart in this difficult time.

  3. the thought of you brings tears to our eyes. can’t stop crying. you are still loved. miss hearing ” praise the lord pastor Vincent speaking.” what gives us joy is that you made it. we are still working our salvation with fear and trembling. rest in the bossom of the Lord pastor.

  4. Pastor Vincent was perhaps one of the most faithful of GOD’s servants I will ever know. Here was a man whose faith seemingly never wavered; when problems arose he stood all the more strong, showing us by example how we are to face life’s adversities, strengthened by our faith in the author and finisher of our faith, Jesus the Christ.

    I owe Pastor Vincent a great debt of gratitude for opening up the Scriptures for me. For many months we spent a half-hour or more by telephone on Friday morning and he instructed me in GOD’s Word. What sort of man would dedicate so much time to help one individual? Pastor Vincent, that’s who. His mentorship will be greatly missed.

    Jesus speaking to us through John 12:26 offers the promise that “Whoever serves me must follow me; and where I am, my servant also will be.” So we know Pastor Vincent is now and forever with our Lord.

    Cynthia, I pray you, Natasha, Nathan, Nicholas, and Nolan will be comforted by your family and friends.

  5. Pastor Vincent Igbeare was a very good friend. He will be missed. We shared so much time talking about the ministry and the word of God. We often spoke about baptism and why it was important to be baptized in the name Jesus Christ according to Acts 2:38 and not Matthew 28:19 we never saw eye to eye. Nevertheless, we loved and respected each other. May God bless and keep his wife and children whom he loved so dearly and may his soul rest in peace.

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