Updated: Sep 14
This is a brief message from my husband, Bill Oord. "Last Friday evening Mylon LeFevre finished his race here on earth. He did it so well. What a legacy of ministry and love this man left behind. I will miss him dearly. He was a wonderful friend. We discussed everything from the things of God to very private matters. The last time we connected was back in July to let him know I was getting married. He was so excited for me. He was hoping for a chance to call me again. But with his health and schedule, sadly that never happened. So, my brother, I look forward to meeting with you again one day. Rest well in God's presence. Thank you for speaking into my life. I know you said we would see each other again..... I guess it will just have to wait a while longer. But I look forward to our reunion. May God surround Christi, Summer, Peter and all extended family and friends with His love, peace and comfort.
His wife Christi, shared the following message about Mylon's death, via Facebook with the following message: “Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, to which you were also called and have confessed the good confession in the presence of many witnesses.” I Timothy 6:12 NKJV My precious, strong and courageous husband laid hold of eternal life last night. When we discussed heaven through the years, Mylon was most excited about receiving the soul winner's crown. With his contemporary Christian rock band, Mylon and Broken Heart, he had the privilege of leading over 250,000 youth to Jesus. He cherished all the years of music ministry and the countless lives touched through his songs but his greatest joy was teaching the Word of God, especially through our broadcast, On the Road to Freedom. Throughout the last years of this intense non-stop battle, never once did I hear him falter in his good confession of faith. In every broadcast and church service, many witnesses can attest to his bold declaration: JESUS IS MY HEALER. Until his very last breath he fought the good fight of faith. He finished his race. He kept the faith. II Timothy 4:7 My honey, we discussed many times how we both daily answered the call for the holy affirmation that I know you are now hearing, “Well done good and faithful servant. Enter into the joy of your Lord.” My love, you are finally enjoying in this moment what you affectionately referred to as “the first day of forever.” It has been my highest honor and privilege for God to trust me with you these past 25 years. All my love, Christi