Pastor JJ Freeman, 88, born May 24, 1934 to Winnie and John Freeman, in Oklahoma City, OK, went home to be with the Lord, Tuesday, August 23, 2022;
Jerry Freeman - also known as JJ Freeman, spent his time on this earth doing what he loved. Speaking Gods word and spreading Gods love. He would walk in the Spirit and in the Mind of Christ day and night. He never ceased to fulfill the miraculous gifts God gave him to get those healed, delivered and saved under his powerful healing ministry. He loved and enjoyed helping others. He loved his family. His wife, his parents, his children, his grandchildren and great grandchildren, his daughter in laws and son in law, his brothers and sisters, his nephews and nieces, and his brothers and sisters in the ministry and ones that he met along his journey of an evangelist. He was a rock for those that depended on his teachings and guidance and works of the Lord. He was also a husband, a dad, a son, a brother, a uncle, a grandpa, a father in law, a friend. He was a refuge and a place of peace and reassurance. The past couple of years he called himself an old life raft on the sea of time. So many lives changed and were saved because of him and so many people still need that life raft and will miss him greatly. "Thank you Jesus for giving all of us, such a great man of God."
His favorite thing to do on a daily bases would be to spend time at the St. John's River, Praying; as his reveleation of that being one of the great Rivers that flowed North, as did the Nile River in Eastern Africa; He spent many hours praying, and spent many hours in the word of God. He leaves to cherish his memory; his loving and devoted wife of 68 years, Wilma Freeman; 3 sons, Danny, Randy(Dolly)Freeman, and Keith(Penny) Freeman; 1 daughter, Holly(Mark)Rout; 2 sisters, Grace and Ann; 9 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and The entire Ministry Without Walls Family; and not to leave out the family cat, "SOCKS". A Graveside service will be held Monday, August 29, 2022, at Hollywood Cemetery, 1031 S. Carpenter Ave; Orange City, Fl. 32763, 12 noon; Arrangements are entrusted into the compassionate hands of Peoples Funeral Home, 1001 E. 25th Street, Sanford, Fl 32771; Karen Y. Peoples, LFDIC.