posted by Cindy
Jan 25th, 2014 at 12:41PM
I stopped by the Veterans Memorial on Interstate 89 the other day and picked up one of your memorial tracts in Jesse's Name.
It reminded me that I should be as much of a witness for our Lord Jesus Christ as Jesse still Is.
Thanks for the reminder and May God Bless.
posted by Robert Pupi
, United States
Nov 22nd, 2013 at 6:05PM
Dear Mr. & Mr. Strong,
I am a software developer, originally from India, who lived in New York City for 18 years before moving down to Charlotte in 2003 to commence studies at SES. I met Jesse in the Spring of 2004 in the Systematic Theology II(ST 502) class taught by Dr. Geisler, and enjoyed his company very much
I saw Jesse to be a kind young man, full of life. He showed me brotherly love in a practical way when he brought his vehicle to my apartment and picked up boxes and helped my family move to our newly purchased home, back in May 2004.
Jesse and I had several good conversations about the faith and what we thought we would do with our training. I remember him speaking to me about his experiences at Liberty University. But I remember especially one night a conversation with him about how Phillipians 3:8-11 had touched his life. I was saddened by the news of his passing, as he had truly touched my life.
I am thankful to God for letting our paths cross, so just wanted to send you this note.
posted by Prem Isaac
, Charlotte, NC
May 28th, 2013 at 8:19AM
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Strong,
I knew your son Jesse in college. He was a great man. I was thinking of him today and just wanted you to know I am grateful for his love of country and for his sacrifice. I remember talking with him about his decision to join the Marines. Then, as always, he was unselfish and noble. I remember Jesse most of all as a man of strong character.
His was a life well lived.
posted by Jeremy
May 27th, 2013 at 7:50PM