–NAMB Church Planter Clint Clifton Dies At 43 In Plane Crash
Clint Clifton, a church planter with the North American Mission Board has died in a plane crash at age 43 in Dawson County on Thursday evening.
The President of NAMB, Kevin Ezell revealed Clifton died alone and was pronounced dead at the scene.
It was also reported that the incident had happened on Thursday evening but was not reported until Friday morning.
According to news report; “at about 9:12am. on Jan. 13, the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office E-911 Center received a call reporting a possible plane crash near the wildlife management area’s Shoal Creek and Dawson Forest roads, [Dawson County Sheriff Jeff] Johnson said. He later clarified…that the crash occurred in the evening of Thursday Jan. 12 but was not reported until the morning of Jan. 13.”
The president said;
“God generously gifted Clint in so many ways. He had a pastor’s heart and was a talented church planter with a passion for reaching people for Christ. He loved what we do here at NAMB and poured his heart and life into it. We miss him already and he leaves a void that can’t be filled.
“As we pray for and encourage Clint’s family and closest friends, let’s all take care of each other as we walk through the grief and shock of this moment. Nothing can prepare you for news like this, but we have a Savior who will carry us and sustain us in the days ahead.”
The church planter has been married to Jennifer as they both had five children Noah, Ruthe, Isaiah, Betchina and Moses.
Clint served in several ministry positions throughout the Southeast prior to planting Pillar Church in Dumfries, where he served as an elder.
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