Rick Warren Remembers Truett Cathy as a 'Godly Man and Humble Servant of Christ'

Rick Warren, founder and pastor of Saddleback Church in California, described Cathy “was a giant of a man in so many ways: a godly man, a wise husband and father, a business genius, a creative innovator, a humble… servant of Jesus Christ with rock-ribbed integrity, a generous philanthropist, and one who loved greatly, cared deeply for the poor, especially disadvantaged kids, and used his life and work to benefit others.” – See more at: http://www.gospelherald.com/articles/52468/20140908/rick-warren-remembers-truett-cathy-godly-man-business-genius-humble-servant-jesus-christ.htm#sthash.bNjEq40B.dpuf

“Truett was a man truly who lived his faith, welcoming the homeless into his own home, improving the lives of thousands of disadvantaged kids, and giving them help and hope. Even after becoming a billionaire CEO, Truett continued to teach his weekly Sunday School class for 50 years. One of the five books he wrote summed up his attitude toward helping young boys in trouble: “It’s Better To Build Boys Than Mend Men.” Warren wrote on his Facebook page.

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