GoodSeed is honoured to receive gifts given in the memory of a departed friend or family member. Simply write a cheque, made out to “GoodSeed” and include with the cheque a memo that the gift is being given in the memory of a particular person. If you wish, the gift can be designated towards a particular project or missionary.
GoodSeed has created an “In Memoriam” page on its site. Please feel free to send us a picture and a short write up (maximum 150 words) related to the deceased. If you don’t have a photo, at your request the tribute can be simply placed under the departed loved one’s name.
(Sept 7, 1986 – July 2, 2013)
Miranda Jean House lived most of her life in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, near many of her family members. When she was quite young, she began attending Faith Bible Camp where she was given a devotional booklet. On January 20, 1997, Miranda signed a certificate in the back of this devotional booklet, certifying that she had made a decision to give her heart to the Lord.
On September 24, 2005, Miranda married her best friend, Mike Zajac, who had already been close friends with her three brothers for years. Miranda lived her life to the fullest. She played and worked hard, laughed often and loved to make others laugh, encouraged people to be their best, and never failed to speak her mind.
Miranda had an especially close relationship with her only three female cousins, one of whom works as a missionary with GoodSeed. Miranda wholeheartedly supported Chantel in this ministry, as do her family members.
Memorial gifts given in memory of Miranda Zajac will be placed in "The Lamb: A Presentation in Story and Song" Fund.
James T. Moore (Nov 18, 1915 – Mar 13, 2010)
Ruth C. Moore (Dec 24, 1919 – June 12, 2012)
Jim & Ruth Moore of Chicago, Illinois were married just over 70 years, and provided a much-treasured godly heritage to their four daughters and many grand and great-grandchildren. Their hallmark through many years was an open door and heart to all who entered their home, most notably, countless missionaries, pastors, nationals and students from all over the world. They had a passion to see the Gospel proclaimed near and far, and strove to share Christ with many through prayer, personal contact, trips and giving financially. In their later years, they saw fruit from their children and grandchildren using "The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus" and "The Lamb", and were enthused with these resources. It is in their memory that their family desires to see the work of GoodSeed continue, that of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ across the world.
Memorial gifts given in memory of Jim & Ruth Moore will be placed in The GoodSeed Equipment Fund. “Dad was very practical, and understood the need for the right tools to do the job right!”
Ratcliff, Floyd (April 11, 1917 – July 11, 2009)
Ratcliff, Doris (Nov. 18, 1917 – June 17, 2009)
Floyd and Doris Ratcliff lived most of their lives on a small dairy farm near Stouffville, Ontario, Canada. Married for almost 69 years, they were a wonderful example of a faithful and committed couple who loved the Lord, loved their family and God’s people. They loved missions and missionaries with Doris personally writing scores of missionaries all over the world. They took a keen interest in the ministry of GoodSeed and promoted its materials.
Memorial gifts given in memory of Floyd and Doris Ratcliff will be placed in the GoodSeed Building Fund.