Beloved Nancy Missler
1938 - 2015
Mrs. Nancy Missler, age 77 of Franklin, TN formerly of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho went to be with the Lord November 11, 2015. Nancy has loved our Lord Jesus Christ for over 50 years. She asked Christ to come into her life in 1957 at Hollywood Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. That same year, while attending UCLA, Nancy met and married Chuck, her husband of 58 years. Nan has published 13 books including: The Way of Agape, Be Ye Transformed, Faith in the Night Seasons, The Kingdom, Power & Glory, and her latest, Hope Against Hope. Her materials have transformed lives and marriages around the world. Nancy is the founder of The King’s High Way Ministries — an international ministry dedicated to encouraging and teaching Christians how to “walk out” their faith in God’s Love.
Preceded into heaven by her son, Charles “Chip” Missler. Survived by: husband of 58 years, Charles “Chuck” Missler; son, Mark (& Lisette) Missler; daughters, Lisa (& Mark) Bright & Meshell Missler; brother, Martin (& Gail) Klitten and eight grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held 4:00 PM, Thursday, November 19, 2015 at Grace Chapel with Steve Berger officiating (this service will be streamed live on gracechapel.net, see link below for time-zone information). Visitation with the family will be 1:30 PM until time of service at the church. An additional Celebration of her life will also be held in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho in early December. Nan’s final resting place will be in Reporoa, New Zealand. Memorials may be made to the kingshighway.org. Williamson Memorial Funeral Home is in charge of Tennessee arrangements: (615) 794-2289.
“Be encouraged. There is hope. God is a real and personal God. He is faithful and He loves us, even though at the moment we might not see it nor our circumstances show it. Be assured, God knows our every need and is working “all things together for our good.” He is a God who can be known and seen even in the darkest of times… That’s our hope! That’s the “anchor of our soul.”
— Nancy Missler, 2015, Hope Against Hope
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