We’ve Never Forgotten: Kenneth James Butts

“Remember Me when the children leave their Sunday school with smiles…” is a beautiful line from the song Remember Me by Mark Schultz.

We’ve never forgotten.

Kenneth “Kenny” James Butts

Beloved son and child of God

July 31, 2002 – August 2, 2002

7 responses to “We’ve Never Forgotten: Kenneth James Butts

  1. Blessings on you and your family today. May God’s peace reign in your lives.

    Grace and peace,
    Tim Archer

  2. love you guys. It was an honor and a blessing to visit Kenny with you when we were in Searcy together. Your love and strength is inspiring. Lifting you all up in prayers. blessings,

  3. I remember Kenny as well, but didn’t realize the significance of today’s date.
    I still remember a lot of what randy said at the memorial service.
    God bless you and laura.

    we are still wanting to have you over for dinner when it’s a good time for you guys.

  4. I’m sorry I’m a day late. I’m so sorry you and your wife have to know this kind of empty pain. I am grateful for your faith in spite of your pain. Some days are tougher than others, but these anniversaries bring us face to face. Love you guys and after the tears … remember that you will see Kenny again.

  5. Anniversaries are always tough … this makes my heart ache. So sorry, and many prayers.

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  7. Thank you all for your kind remarks, thoughts, and prayers. Yesterday was a bit more difficult for me than I anticipated. In order to post this picture, I had to go through a collection of Kenny’s pictures which I had not done for quite some time. It brings back memories which are great but also mixed with grief and pain. Physically that left with a headache all day long but in an unexplainable way, I also felt very drawn to God in more than the ussual way…being able to see God at work even in the dark places of suffering.

    There is still not a day that goes by that I don’t remember my son in some way…but there is not a day that goes by that God does not remind me of the promise of hope I/we have in some way.

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