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We Remember You Stacy

Picture of Stacy in 2004

Stacy made the transition from this earthly realm into the next the middle of March, 2007.
We have created a page for sharing memories of Stacy. It will be fun to learn how he touched these lives. This does not contain the sum of his achievements it is a way for us to partake of the Christ life shared in one another. Stacy you have been an inspiration to us all.
Please send email to Us, (click here), with your memories and I will post them here. (Due to spammers I have removed your email address)

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A dream by Mike Inge in

February 2008.

Stacy said to me have you noticed all of my weight is gone. He said something comical like I'm not fat anymore and then he laughed. He looked like he weighed about 200 pds. and I would say about 35 years old. His hair was dark reddish brown and very full and healthy looking. He sat very straight on the piano bench. He was not wearing glasses of course. It was so good to see him. To read more click here....

 

We have lost a good friend, one who showed us what it means to be a confidante of the Lord. Stacy would come to me to share some new insight. He wanted my take on it because I could read Greek, but he could only understand definitions. I could understand the nuances of meaning contained in various verb forms; but Stacy could understand what the Spirit was saying to the church. It was as if he had the ear of the Holy Spirit, and was privy to commentary from the Source rather than relying on a subjective and intellectual consideration of whatever might be in vogue in the thinking of men.

Everyone was Stacy’s best friend. If you were his friend, you know what I am talking about. It was a unique ability to make each of us feel special in his presence.
To speak against another person was tantamount to taking against his Lord and Savior—just did not happen. Yes, he would relate stories of how he may have been misunderstood or mistreated, but he never (in my presence) lowered himself to gossip or trying to put another down.
Stacy was a man who refused to touch the bone of contention, but often found himself embroiled in controversy. He stood as a stalwart man of faith who deeply and thoroughly believed that Father God had everything under control—even when he could not necessarily explain some perceived evil in the world.
We have lost an example; heaven has gained another hero to add to the Hall of Faith.
I will miss him deeply-Dale Hill

It is a comfort to remember the Father is still on the throne and nothing happens that does not pass his hands. Floyd said it best when he said, we are created spiritual beings - we are spiritual beings - and we will continue being spiritual beings. We are here in body form just to have a "human" experience. Look at the life of Jesus, and his "human" experience. And some how we realize suffering is a strange part of this thing we call life. Think of the eternal effects of the sufferings of Jesus, and we can only guess what eternal effects our sufferings have. I used to have a problem comparing myself to Jesus, but I believe he is my brother we have the same Father and Spirit so our experiences would be as impacting as his. I'm writing to let you know we love you and Stacy in a unique and special way. We suffer together through these times, and are reminded to savor every second we have together in the human experience we are sharing with you. ---- Jim & Cherie Pellegrino

As we have said in the past we love both of you so much and are standing with you at this time. We know that he is with his Father and all is well. However, we will miss him so much. Our loving Father must have need of him in that new realm. We will continue to pray for you as we know our Father will give you strength to walk on during this time. May His richest blessings be upon you.

Love - Dwight & Rose

My heart goes out to you and the family, for the flesh (as we know it) will definitely miss Stacy, but some of us WILL hear from him. I live in Ohio, and met Stacy as a young evangelist, "in training", as he traveled with Lynn Hiles. Stacy was so filled with joy and laughter, that everyone of us use to love it when we heard he was coming to our church, King of Kings in Warren, Oh. I talked with Pastor Bill Madison last night about Stacy. Yes Stacy will continue to teach. Linda Keith My heartfelt sympathies go to you, Pamla. Stacy was a great teacher and will be sorely missed. His journey was shortened, but he will remain in our hearts.
Regina, Calvary Tabernacle Tulsa, OK
Clint Winebrenner ---- (cwinebrenner@gmail.com)

A cold shudder ripped down my spine as I read your email..... what can I say? My recollection is of Stacy teaching at Florida Theological Seminary - I was raised Pentecostal and when I came to FTS and heard all the teachings of Present Truth from Dr Shindoll and the other instructors, I questioned my coming to the college...it shattered all that I had believed in...no rapture, no heaven, not going somewhere beyond the blue skies.... should I quit now.... and save whatever sanity I have?
It was Stacy that sat me down and in bite size pieces explained it all to me. Saying today it looks like a mumbo jumbo with pieces dangling all over the place, but gradually it will all come together, just be open minded and allow the Holy Spirit to teach you...and it will be revealed to you. How thankful I am today that someone like him touched my life and I had the pleasure of sitting under.
My thoughts, prayers and love are with you Pamla, during this time. We are in covenant and will continue to support and love you. Blessings, Patricia Kotiah

'When you change the way you view your world, (from the inside out) the world you view will change"

We feel your pain and share the loss, but we're so happy for Stacy. Lenny said, "He's having the time of his life right now." Oh, to be with the Lord is what we all want. Stacy just got it a little sooner than those who loved him would have wished. You're so right that God has something in mind for him and for you as well. Love is eternal, the only force which survives the grave, so he will be with you in Spirit for always. I hope to get to meet you one day, Pamla. You are a special vessel unto the Lord and you were a wonderful wife to Stacy.
Love and hugs, Jan and Lenny

Mary Lou
White Dove Music & Ministry
http://www.love1.de
My prayers are with you and your family. Stacy will be greatly missed, by all you knew and loved him.
Yvonne Morgan
Much Love to you, Pamla, in your time of mourning. He is now in the presence of The Father and experiencing a unfathomable joy and peace, and will be missed by all who He touched through Stacy. He was blessed beyond what our natural eyes could see....bless you for going forward with Promised Seed Ministries! ---- Eric Parra
We received the message from Emily Kaufman last night that Stacy has gone on to be with his Father. Just writing to let you know that we love you dearly here, and trust Father will, and has given you His peace. We know you loved him so very much. It was such an honor to have been able to meet Stacy and to actually spend time with him, as little as it was. I will miss him, and only wish I could have seen him again before he passed. I looked up to Stacy more than any teacher I have met. I will cherish the tapes and books of his that I have, they are worth more than gold to me.
I don't know what else to say, other than the impact he had on me and so many others was too great to put into words. Christ shown thru him in ways I have not seen before in any other person. I loved him.... And Pamla, we love you. Please let us know if there is anything we can do financially to help. Do not hesitate, please.
Thank you and Stacy for your sacrifice.
What an honor to have known him.
Jonathan Terry

Dear Ones,

This is a note we were hoping would not have to be written; but the time has come for it to be so. I talked with Pamla while in town about an hour ago, and with her heart breaking, she related that Stacy was released from his suffering body, as he passed to the other side at 3:21 p.m. this afternoon.

Along with Pamla, Stacy III, Jana, grandkids, and his remaining family, he will be terribly missed. He was one of the great voices in the Kingdom of God, and we are sure he will continue resounding the truth in that high place to where he was called.

Stacy was taken from us today and tears flood our souls. Death has spread its arms about him. It has woven a dark shroud, becoming the winding-sheet and the sole vesture of his earthen body. The sound of his trumpet, his laughter, his sure word, and warm voice are but vivid memories in our minds, and they fade like distant echoes of another time. Nevertheless — he still lives! Praise God — he lives! He is free, and he lives!

While he was with us, his life was as a song to many — such a sweet melody to our ears. But now he is gone and his music has ceased. His body of dust will rest in its bed of earth from where it came. Oh, but praise God, he is more than dust! He is an everlasting son of God, clothed upon with a heavenly house that abides forever. Stacy ran a good race, bringing joy to many! He finished his course, and now he rests with gladness in the bosom of his God and Lord Jesus Christ.

He was such a loving husband, father, grandfather, and faithful friend. Howbeit, we know he is well and free from the bondage of pain, and suffering, and the toil that is common to man. But we know also, we shall see him again! Yes, we will see him again!

Nevertheless — Stacy, we already miss you...

Elwin & Margit Roach - Pathfinder

I am saddened that Stacy is no longer physically with us, but rejoice with you that he is no longer suffering from health problems! Truly, the Lord worked thru Stacy while he was here and the best is yet to come! May the Lord continue to uplift you and your family in the days and weeks ahead as you all continue forward with our Lord and Saviour!

Love, Linda

We send our love and condolences. Stacy's going is such a loss for us on this side and such a gain for those on the other. We will stand with you to get through this loss.
Our love, In Him, Fred and Peggy Himes and the Fellowship in our home.

Stacy was surely as you described him, Elwin, and he was that to me personally. Besides the times sitting listening to him minister, I had a number of occasions to fellowship with him in depth privately. His devotion to Christ, the living Word, and his very disciplined study of the inspired record of our Lord were an example to the believer.

My heart is heavy to think that I'll never hear him again on this side say, "Oh God," in the midst of a message as he'd toss out almost nonchalantly a nugget of truth, but I expect that he'll slip out from among the great cloud of witnesses from time to time, and whisper a word of complementary insight to us as one who is one spirit, joined to the Lord. Thanks for sending out the notice. I'll pass it on to some who may not be on your e-mail list.

John Gavazzoni

Well, all I can say at this moment is.....TRUST AND HAVE FAITH IN GOD.....when you RELEASE ALL THINGS INTO HIS HANDS, HE TAKES CARE OF THEM. Pamla, this is what I had to do....this is the only thing to do! Stacy has left a legacy behind and GOD WILL give YOU the strength to carry this on. I prayed every day and asked GOD to SHOW me and HELP me to continue on the Vision GOD had given Hal......SO Pamla keep everything continuing ON.....You can DO IT....THRU the STRENGTH GOD GIVES YOU and this is ONLY THROUGH SEEKING HIM 24/7.....I love you Pamla and my Prayers are for you.....Please keep in touch....let me know about
services, etc.

Floralee Shindoll

You did an excellent job of conveying Stacy's graduation, even if you didn't give him final permission to matriculate.
On one hand we are saddened by his tour to that other wonderful realm, but are glad for his spirit to be with the one he so loved and taught about. We who are left are now propelled to redouble our efforts and clarify our focus to get the GOOD NEWS of the HAPPY GOD our to the despairing souls all around us. Pray with us that we have discernment of how best to do that. Our prayers are helping to float you through this time of adjustment.
Love,-- Bill & Vi Frederick
Thank you Pamela for sharing your heart. This is one of those times when thousands of thoughts are scrambling in our heads to where our body doesn't know what is the next move forcing us to rest in His loveand wait upon the Lord to direct our steps.

May our Father's grace, peace, and love surround you,

Audrey Drummonds

"As He is, so are we in this world" 1 John 4:17

We are saddened at the news, just received when I 'opened' mail this morning.. You did well to write as cheerfully as you did. Thank you for all your thoughts. We're in complete agreement. Stacy will be so very much missed but I believe Father will allow you to carry on Promised Seed ministry on earth while he continues on the other side. Don't feel bad about not calling everyone, no way you could do so. The e-mail message is perfect. Interesting that we received the news also from several others. So many "8"s! Wonderful new beginnings.We know Father will guide and provide as you follow on to know Him. We'll appreciate updates as youcan and still hope to see you in His time. Keeping this short, knowing you'll have so many replies. God bless you with His comfort, strength, peace, direction and provision in every way, for spirit, soul and body. Love, prayers and blessings ---- Norma and Gordon

Pamla, I know you are busy and there is no need to reply. Just wanted you to know that we are keeping you all in our prayers. We will miss Stacy too!!! I've known him almost all of my life. I'm so glad you got 8 wonderful years together!
Many blessings, tender hugs, and deep felt love,

Sharon

We will miss Bro Stacy especially here in Kenya, Africa where we have been encouraged so much by his writings. May our dear Lord comfort you and remove the tears. Yes, he in with our maker and his maker. WE ARE WITNESSES. Be blessed

We will surely miss Stacy! That was a wonderful tribute to this trumpet of the Lord,

Cal
I am sitting here balling.. Both joyful and sad..And just want to say you are awesome in this Spirit or place -- you are just awesome ..I am sad not to be able to see Stacy again, but like you inferred, as he is in Christ now fully, he will never really leave us..But I know you will also really miss him physically..and yet it is so neat about all the 8's- new beginnings for you and for Stacy too ..awesome. Not only is Stacy One with Christ, but so are you and so are we all ..I love you precious woman of God and if you want to visit us here in MO just let us know.. Michelle Amirault I am much saddened for your loss. I had only met you and Stacy once, but I was very impressed with you. I met you at Peggy Himes' home in Enumclaw, Washington. Having seen my daughter through the loss of her husband at a very young age, I know it takes a number of years to get over such a loss, if one ever gets over it, but at least you seem to be at peace with the Father's decision. I send you God's blessings and his continued peace to see you through this trying time. I pray that as the days go by, you will continue to be blessed by God's peace.
Sending you my love ---- Eileen
I met Stacy about 15 yrs. ago at the Riggins ID. YWAM base. Then my friend Glorian Bonnette saw him a few years ago in the N. W. area. He was the first person to ever prophesy over me that was so accurate. I have been in a very long difficult season. Sometimes its though the clouds are gone and I think it`s over and then it hits again. God Bless ---- Cheri Fremouw I was deeply saddened when I heard of Stacy's passing. Yet I am encouraged by this: 2 Cor 5:6-9 Therefore we are always confident, knowing that, whilst we are at home in the body, we are absent from the Lord: (For we walk by faith, not by sight:) We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord. Wherefore we labour, that, whether present or absent, we may be accepted of him. My prayers are with you all in your time of loss and grief.
I know words are not enough to console when our dear one depart from us physically forever, But our surety to see him/her again one day will surely help us to be happy always. And this surety can help only the people who are in Christ. I appreciate your courage to go forward for the Lord on all circumstances. We will pray for you and your ministry and family. In Christ, your brother and friend, Santhosh I am one among the thousands who have been praying for Stacy's recovery and yet as we heard the news of his going home, we knew for a fact that this is the best answer God had given in response to our plea because He knew it is the right moment for Stacy to be home and have the full reward of all the works he has done bodily. I knew he is now enjoying where he is and he hopes to see us someday to where he is right now .surely you miss him be of good courage we are praying.
I'm so sorry to hear about Stacy passing away. I was so happy when I heard you two were going to Florida to minister. I thought, Stacy must be lots better! My heart is so full and I love you so much. I won't forget you Pamla in the coming months. Even though we know Stacy is with Father it is only normal to feel sad that he isn't sharing the earthly realm with us anymore. God Bless You. Love, Ginny My precious, The email I just read from you regarding Stacy's crossing over, is incredible. You are showing forth the greatness and strength of our Father. There is no doubt you can carry on in the spirit of truth and do the things that you and Stacy began together...... I have met you and Stacy at Gary and Carol's at several of the ingathering's. You are precious in my heart, love and hugs to you the children and grandlittleones........
In Him, Revina Carrick
Our spirits are connected and we lift you up our dear sister. I cried as I read your e-mail and feel your hurt; but also know that Father is in you to see you through. Stacy, is a blessing and always will be. I'll never forget the first time I met Him at Bro. Garners in AR. I liked him very much. Much love to you, from the fellowship at Tree of Life Church, Roy E. Richmond I'm sorry to learn that your Husband has gone to be with the Lord. My sister I personally have gone through that experience 8 years ago i lost my beloved wife through the terrorist attack at your Embassy here in Kenya Africa. So i know what you are talking about. It is my prayer that the Lord is going to give you strength to go through that trial moment. It is true your husband is gone to be with the Lord but it will take the grace of God for you to adjust and carry on with the ministries.
We are grieved to hear about Stacy. You are in our prayers, Pamela. We will greatly miss Stacy, what a wonderful man!!! Our love and prayers Barb and Dave Lind In prayer for Stacy I see him enveloped in the loving arms of Our Lord and Savior. I pray strength for you. And may Sweet Spirit encompass you both round about that you may be overcomers in this situation. Much love and affection, One in Christ
Sissi

"Dad wanted to tell us he loves us, he’s so proud of us and everything will be fine. Be at peace. Don’t miss me because I will always be there." Our daughter, Jana, told me she felt this was what her Dad was trying to say on the day she arrived at the hospital and leaned over to kiss him. Stacy briefly opened his eyes and gave a small smile and mouthed the words, "I Love You. "

Jana Spaulding

It is really difficult to put pen to paper when it comes to Stacy. We were friends, brother and sister in christ and I was "his" nurse. No matter what the question or how hard the answer, he always had a cheerful reply (whether it was one I wanted to hear or not). Stacy and Pamla blessed me in so many ways. Oh how wonderful it must for Stacy to have finally reached his goal of being with the Father!! Tears of joy and tears of sorrow. Hope to see you soon my friend. Michelle Harper

It is with great sadness in my heart that I must tell you of the passing of our dear friend, Stacy Wood, from this life. He passed at 3:21PM today and is now at rest in the Father, no longer held to the realms of mere men, but alive in God and cheering us onward as we travel life’s road into the glory of the Father. Our prayers are with Pamla and all of the family. Below is an email I received from Elwin Roach concerning Stacy’s passing, and I say AMEN to all he has written. I will try to pass on any further information. God bless.

Bob Torango

It sure is sad to hear of Stacy's passing. Like everyone else I'm sure, I thought he would make it through this recent battle. But, as you said, God has other plans for him now. What a good brother. One of God's heavenly messengers. I'm glad I got a chance to be with him in a few meetings over the years. I remember him ministering years ago at the House of Prayer in Springfield, MO when I attended the Bible School they had then called Overcomer Teaching Center. I remember Stacy as a frequent visiting minister and teacher in the Bible School when he came around. He surely will be missed.

Thanks for including Pamla's address. I'll send her a card. His best brother.

Kevin

WE WERE DEVESTATED, ONCE AGAIN AS YOU SO WELL KNOW. TRULY A GREAT SAINT WHO WALKED THE WALK PASSED ON TO THE OTHER SIDE. HE WAS A GREAT OVERCOMER AND SO IS PAMLA. SHE WAS A GREAT WIFE AND OVERCOMER WITH HIM. STACY WILL BE REMEMBERED ALL OVER THE WORLD AND REMAIN REMEMBERED IN OUR HEARTS. I GUESS THIS IS JUST ANOTHER STAGE OF THE SHAKING UNTIL EVERYTHING THAT CAN BE SHAKEN WILL BE UNTIL ONLY GOD AND HIS CHRIST REMAIN. OUR HEARTS GO OUT WITH YOU TOO.

UCH LOVE AND PRAYER,YOUR FRIEND,

IMAH JEAN

PAMLA CALLED US THIS AFTERNOON AND WE GAVE HER COMFORT. WE ARE SO BROKEN AND ALREADY MISS OUR BROTHER SO MUCH. JACK & I WERE GOING TO VISIT THEM THIS SUMMER. HE WAS ALWAYS SO VERY FAITHFUL AS ALL OF YOU AND YET HE LEFT US ALL SO ENCOURGED WHEN HE CAME IN THE DOOR THE HOUSE WAS FULL. HE PAID THE PRICE ALL THIS YEARS. TRAVELED AND BLESSED SO MANY. PAMLA WILL BE COMING HERE TO DALLAS ON HER WAY TO CALIFORNIA AND WE WELCOME HER WITH OPEN ARMS. SHE WANTED TO SEE US ON HER WAY AND SAY GOOD-BYE. GOD BLESS YOU FOR THE WORDS OF GRACE THAT YOU WROTE. I WILL ALWAYS KEEP THIS LETTER. WE WILL REMEMBER HIS LOVE AND HIS HA HA EVER TIME HE GAVE THE WORD OF THE LORD. THANK YOU AGAIN. GOD BLESS YOU. WE LOVE YOU. EMILY AND FAMILY

Thank you for letting me know and as I'm sure you know, he hasn't actually gone anywhere, he's still here, we just can't see him in his physical body, but we can fellowship with him in the spirit. I speak with experience. My love to you all.

Darlene Luke

My dear friend and sister in Father. This is so awesome and beautiful. To have come to the knowledge of such a wonderful man (husband) and Father. Truly Stacy not only was, but is, a man used and being used now by Father to declare Father's goodness and mercy. Not only to those who cannot see him with natural eyes but see him even as he is, declaring before and unto the the "great cloud of witnesses", saying only believe, for God is good and his mercy endureth forever.

Every thing ever done and every word uttered, every expression, thought, intention, every syllable, all things are recorded whether good or bad in the book of life, all are in Father's perfect plan for all mankind (creation) to glean from, to come to the full stature of Christ. Father cherishes every word or partial thereof, that comes from the mouths of his begotten children. My brother Stacy certainly fulfilled his portion while here in this realm as far as I can comprehend.

Blessings, -- Aubrey
I praise the Lord for stacy's release from this earthen realm, to the Glorified Body. I was Stacy's first wife, of 32 years. Stacy traveled many years while I stayed at home taking care of Jana and Stacy III. On occasion we would travel around with Jana and Stacy III. After they grew up, I traveled with Stacy across the U.S.A. After we separated, I had a stroke. I now am at an Hickory Villa Assisted Living Home, Sharing and teaching a weekly Bible Study. Stacy has given his life to the ministry of God and has been a blessing to many.---- Sheri
Thank you for the E-mail concerning the graduation of Stacy Woods. Clent and I never had the blessed pleasure of meeting him but did read some of his articles. He and Clent were on the same page on many things. As we listen to the Spirit he does not contradict the Word. We will be praying for Pamla, although you know without a shadow of doubt where your spouse is, sometime the loneliness tries to overtake you. Clent and I were just shy of 50 yrs, together most of it together 24, 7. Thank God for his Spirit that never leaves nor forsakes us.
Ethel McDaniel
What can be said other than Thank you Father for this life lived. For touching us in so many ways through Stacy. Thank you for choosing him to be the vessel that he was and is. Father your grace and mercy be upon Pamela and their children and grandchildren.
In my hospice work I came across an elderly man that had alzheimer's and he would always say to me: I might be all wet cause sometimes I don't know who I am or where I am going or what to do next BUT (and his eyes would light up) I know who does know, And I Trust Him.
Father we trust what you have done in this family and say with faith you will provide the comfort, finance, help and love that they need.
Jeanne and Jonathan

MY DEAR PAMLA, YOU HAVE BEEN ON MY HEART AT THE HEARING THAT STACY WAS IN THE HOSPITAL, AND OF COURSE BILL AND I WENT TO PRAYER AND I CONTINUED TO HOLD FOR YOU AND STACY FOR SOMETIME. TODAY I FELT AN URGE TO TELL YOU OF THE FIRST TIME I MET YOU AND STACY AND HOW PROUD AND HAPPY STACY WASWALKING INTO THE MEETINGWITH YOU ON HIS ARM. I REALLY KNEW BY THE SPIRIT THAT YOU TWO WERE FITLY JOINED, AND THAT THISWAS A PURPOSE AND PLAN FOR THE AGES. I ALSO SAW THAT YOU WERE PLACED AT HIS SIDE AS A JOY, AND A HAPPY SPIRIT AND THAT YOU WOULD BRING A PLEASURE TO HIM THAT HE HAD LONGED FOR. YOU HONORED YOUR MATE AND YOU ARE AN INSPIRATION TO OTHERS. YOUR WILLINGNESS TO SO CARE FOR STACY MADE HIS DAYS MORE COMFORTABLE AND YOUR SUPPORT IN THE MINISTRY WAS A SPECIAL HIGH POINT FOR HIM AND I CAN HEAR HIM SAYING HOWIT PLEASED HIM BEYOND MEASURE TO HAVE YOU AT HIS SIDE. PASTOR BILL HAS FELT THAT CHRIST TODAY MUST PLAY A PART IN SUPPORTING ANY NEEDS THAT MAY ARISE FOR YOUR DAYS AHEAD AND HAS INSTRUCTEDBROTHER JIM TO SEND A LOVE GIFT ON TO YOU FROM ALL OF US AT THE CHRIST TODAY CHURCH.
DARLENE AND OF COURSE BROTHER BILL

Although Stacy Jr. and i were never very close and did not always see things the same way I know he is a very respected man. I cannot possibly share all my thoughts on paper but will do my best to share my heart. I thank God every day for my husband (Stacy III) and know that he has been groomed, loved and taught by a wonderful father of his own. I regret that Stacy Jr. did not get the opportunity to share his wisdom, love, and happiness with my children as often as they deserved. However, as i have told them since his passing...."grandpa is happy now because he gets to see you everyday and he will speak to your heart at night while you each sleep. In my own way, I loved and respected Stacy and desired a way to bridge the gap between us, just never knew how, but i knew he loved me just the same. Pam, I love you and wish you every happiness in the coming years. You are always in our prayers, hearts and family. Amy Wood

Thank you for the most beautiful email concerning Stacy's blasting into Father. We just felt the presence of Father all the way through the reading of it. We are glad for Stacy but so sorry for you and your enormous missing of Stacy. Although we only saw you all a couple of times we will miss him too. Before I got in the shape I am, just out of the hospital, when we would go to the gym I would listen to his tapes while on the tread mill. What Father had put into him was so much it cannot be expressed with mere words. We will be praying for you as you continue what Father has given. We love you very much. So sorry this is late in coming as we are still in Nairobi with my medical problems, which has rendered us from responding as we would have liked.
In Fathers love, Bobby & Carole Roughton

I first knew Stacy when I was seventeen years old. He was a regular speaker for the Bible school I attended in western Maryland. In those days Stacy would stand and teach the entire student body for two and a half hours at a time. I will never forget sitting on the edge of my seat taking in every word, though at the time I did not understand what he was saying. While he would speak I remember thinking, "Yes, I KNOW this, I have always known this, but I don't understand what he is saying."
One night I had a dream. In the dream I simply saw Stacy's face and I heard a voice say, "You are coming into His understanding." That was the turning point in my life when I began to awaken to the glorious truths of Sonship and reconciliation which Stacy taught in a way which no one else could ever do.
In the dream I was told I was coming into "His" understand which is the Father's understanding of Sonship and reconciliation. Stacy was the vessel that was sent to me when it was time for me to hear this glorious trumpet. I could never forget that and I could never forget to honor this true father ministry who faithfully walked the path and sounded the trumpet for many years.

We Love you, Stacy ---- Tony
I can only say that we have lost one of the great soldiers of our time in the Kingdom and Sonship ministry. Stacy was a trailblazer of no mean order. We had him at West Gate in West Palm Beach when I was pastor there. I will send a letter or card to his wife. We are holding our own at this end. I will be 72 on the 20th so I am thankful to our Father.
Bro. Kennedy
New Entries after Sunday March 25, 2007

I was sorry to hear of the passing of Stacy but pleased to know that all is well with you. I will pass along to my family this news, especially my Dad, Bud Brown, who knew Stacy for so many years in West Texas. Only 2 weeks ago I used the same advise Stacy gave me once in a difficult time in my life, with my son Erin. (we live here in Sherman, Tx and you and Stacy ministered in our home about 5 years ago...Erin is now 15, 6'3!!) Stacy asked me, "Are you like the potato when it gets in a little hot-water and get all soft inside or like the egg becoming hard inside or like coffee becoming the water"? I'll never forget that time or his inspired words of wisdom! I encourage you to press on and become the coffee! You are blessed and most appreciated! ---- Bill

Lovely!! What a nice idea, since Stacy wanted to go trout fishing. And neat to think of the refreshing, pure flowing water bubbling along on it's way to 'eternity'. Comforting appearance and word given to Becki. Thank you for sending the update. You and the family remain much in our thoughts and prayers. Love and blessings, ---- Norma and Gordon
Please know that the Watson family from Morro Bay, Ca. rejoice in His presence with you. I loved reading Mr. Eby's quotes from Stacy and I know you all will stay blessed. ---- Edris Watson
It is with great shock to hear about the death of Br Stacy. I wrote Him and I was waiting to hear from him and I'm very sorry to hear that he is no longer there. I was very much interested in His ministries and was planning to organize some meetings for him to come and minister to us here in Kenya. I was becoming so much discouraged after getting the news about his death, but the Spirit of the most high God is reminding me that only Br Stacy has gone to rest, but the work of God is still going on.therefore i would like to ask you sister Pamla to pray with us about the posibility of you coming to minister here in Kenya. Otherwise may the almighty God continue to stand with you as you continue with His good work. Hoping to hear from you soon.
Br D.O. Abon,go - From Yala Kenya East Africa.

We have never met you personally but have known brother Stacy since 1987. We met in a fellowship meeting in Washington, Pa at the late Pstor Mike Sitkos church, Calvary Temple. Stacy ministered to Laura and I at a very crucial time in our lives and ministry. We had never met before and he read our lives to a tee. Since that time we have shared in various meetings and we also had him speak for us on numerous occassions in Canada. Those we haven't seen each other in a long time, we were never separated in Spirit. When we learned of his promotion to a higher realm, our natural man mourned his loss and rejoiced in Heaven's gain. He was a very gifted and gentle person. Well spoken and read of all men. His mantle has now fallen upon you and you must carry the torch and wave the Sword of The Spirit, which is the Word of the Living God. We encourage you to carry on and waver not. Stacy is watching and cheering you on from the Throne Room. I trust that we will at some point in time meet. However, until then keep pressing on the upper way, new heights keep gaining every day. In Christed Love,
Pastor Ralph & Sister Laura

Pam,
Naomi & I rejoice with you in the passing of Stacy. We know his preparation was intense and very long, and in all that, we never saw him lose his vision or his revelation. He was faithful till the end of his preparation. Yes, we will miss him, yes we loved him dearly and yes we will be listening for his voice on the other side. Pam, as you know we stand with you and love you as one of our family.
Tom & Naomi
We first met Stacy at Floyd Watson's church in 1985. We went down to North Carolina to hear J. Preston Eby and he could not talk that nite so Stacy spoke and we became friends. Stacy traveled to Pa.many times over the years and we always had a good time. Stacy answered many questions over the years and was a positive influence and a rock solid Brother. He will be missed but not forgotten. Church in the cornfield. Oriental Pa.
Hi Pamla, Blessings to you today. I never physically knew Stacy or you, but have always in spirit. May the very life of Our King continue to bear you up. Stacy has become a member of the "furlongs" (stadium) group and is actively involved with us even now cheering and interceding. Hallelujah! We know that Our Father does all things well. AMEN. Blessings to you and the rest of the house. Love, Tony Asakpa Pamela, I was very saddened by Stacy's homegoing because of the loss to the body of Christ of one who heard from the Lord. I met him in the 80's at home meetings in New Mexico. Everyword he ever spoke over me was right on & one is now coming to pass he spoke concerning my family. The Lord is just beginning in you Pamela. Look to Him alone for the next step for you on your journey with the Son of God. Everything He is in you, others need a glimpse of. Brenda Taliaferro

Pamla you are so special to us. Barbara and I are celebrating Stacy's life and presence and our friendship. The first time we metStacy he told me he sensed a connection and felt that we would be doing things together. I have listened intently to all his teachings over the years, some multiple times. There is a great wealth of revelation, information, more importantly inspiration in his words. The last time we visited the Georgia home for a few minutes to say Hi, it turned into 4 hours. An encounter with much needed answers that you both were so gracious to share with us. I still feel that connection which Stacy felt, I know that the veil is not able to separate us. He called our attention to the good news of "A HAPPY GOD, SAVIOR OF ALL AND CONDEMNER OF NONE". I know that seed has been planted in us and we will all be spreading the same good news. He helped us see the word the sword of the spirit has been beaten into plow shares and pruning hooks. Giving us the heart to still plow to plant seed in the fallow ground and prune to produce more fruit without leaving a bloody trail produced by the letter of the word. He taught us to BE first and be a Do Bee and introduced us to a runabout SUE KAY and we all recognized her and the BREATHING MAN. I feel very priviledged to have heard his voice and seen his light which so reflected the Christ that he preached. I know his teaching and his inspiration will continue with us. Our love is with you, Frank & Barbara Pellegrino

Hi Pamla, Blessings to you!! After that note I wrote to you, I received inspiration to sing 4 new songs today! Surely iron sharpeneth iron, and it doesn't end in the grave, so be very, very, very encouraged!!!
Listen here http://www.notjustnotes.ws/audiopage.htm
You may like "Hear Oh Israel" and "Fierce Are We"
I'm Nigerian, living in the U.K for now - little lonely over here in terms of sharing stuff" - so it's good to always be in touch with Brethren everywhere!!
In close touch with Roger & Sunny Coffman.
Bless you my sister and I sense another mom in the Lord!!
Tony

I, Pamla, enjoyed the depth of Tony's songs very much.

Stacy was used to give both - my husband and I - a Word of the Lord over twenty years ago. The church that he gave it at - send us a written copy of it. We have it to this day. Every day we see more and more of it coming to pass. We appreciate him - miss not being able to read more of his writings at this time - but I can imagine him - watching/cheering us on over us in God.
Take care and know that there are those of us - who really appreciate what he has done for the body of Christ. ----Carroll and Linda Catoe

We stand with you during this time-so sudden, yet His love connects us all on both sides. We are honored to know Stacy & you. We consider Col. 3:15 "Stacy's verse," as the Lord used him to really plant that in us during a difficult time 9 years ago. It is still so fresh & real!
We hope you are able to make available Stacy's teachings, writings, and videos, but more importantly that you express what the Lord is speaking & doing in your life. We love and apprecaite the Lord in you as well. You are in good hands, He is a good Father!
Terry & Cheryl VanOort

I want you to know that there are not words enough to tell the wonder of the Father's blessing that I and so many others have received because of Stacy and you. I will never forget just over four years ago when you guys were sent to Orangeburg, SC to the home of Ms. Edith Dawkins. That night I sat for the first time in person and listened as Stacy ministered in the realms of glory the proceeding word of God. My heart was over joyed as I heard that "sound" of the finished work. Stacy ministered and imparted words of life right from the very throne of our God. At the end of the meeting Stacy looked at me and prophesied that the Father would bring into my life a people who were not afraid to hear the message and so much more. I want you to know that within a few months I received a phone call from some of the most wonderful people I know and from that time to now there have been a people who are not afraid, but eager to hear their Father's voice. The ministry of the Spirit continues to expand and expand drawing so many that hunger and thirst. Thank you Stacy and Pamla Wood. I look forward to hearing all that the Father will do with Promise Seed ministries! Blessings,
David Lee Mitchell(Eagle Vision Ministries)

New Entries after 4/10/07

Though I never had the honor of meeting Brother Stacy, I was introduced to his ministry by Rev. Tom Buenger, and the late Prophet Sidney Smith. Stacy's ministry was unique and special, and will be missed by us all. He taught me so much about the The Word of God that I never before understood. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely, Dr. Paul Martin ---- Change Of Heart Ventures Evangelistic Ministries, Richmond, Va.

Rick & Bethany Lear (Floyd's daughter)

As I read over all the wonderful emails, all I can say is "You are Loved"! Stacy had such an impact on so many lives. He taught us TRUTH!!! The Father & him have left you, Pamla, with great tools to carry on his message. I am not sure where it will take you. . . but I hope you stay near. Blue Ridge has been your home for many years. Hopefully you'll keep coming back to her. We love you & Stacy dearly. Tell him I, too, would love to see him.

All our love, Joanie & Tom Schmitt

Carole Forde 4/9/07
Carole Forde 4/6/07

Margie & Nat Williams
(These folks have a wonderful prayer ministry - Pamla)

Dear Pamela.....Just wanted to share this with you....Barbara Dempsey and I were on the phone tonight and the Spirit came flooding in and we were caught up into the Spirit......Had been there for around 45 min. and Barb said, Stacy has come in.....She then saw Stacy and Floyd on beautiful horses riding in the night as messengers....They were going from minister to minister as they slept.....As they went to each minister...they were loosening chains.....setting them free.......Then Stacy began to speak and gave me a word through Barbara....It was so precious......Two weeks ago....I had a dream...and again Barbara and I were on the phone and I was sharing with Barbara the dream.....The dream was....We were in a big gathering.....There were many different people there...Many realms were represented....In the midst it was total chaos....so much chatter going on....I got to my keyboard and tried to play and nothing would come out.....Finally after several attempts the music began to flow....I burst out in song singing, to the tune of "I surrender All".....I AM the Christ of God......Singing that over and over in my dream......Relating the dream to Barb I then told her that's it...We are the Christ of God...and at that time Barbara said, "Stacy just appeared before her face, smiling and nodding his head in agreement, saying, "Yes, it is all about us coming into the Christ realm." Pamela...hopefully this will be a blessing to you.....I know it has to both of us.....So precious to have Stacy and Floyd to come into the midst of the visitation from the Spirit......I bless you my Dear and hold you before the loving Father....

I love you...Dorothy Esch

I always believed that intellect was the greatest characteristic that a man could possess. To me, knowledge was an inspiration within itself. It was a trait that only a few desired in this world to expand, and to those who pursued it, nothing but excitement awaited them. I first met Brother Stacy Wood, when I was a child. I was young then; naïve in my own boyhood, but something I witnessed in the past never left my mind. The look on my parents’ faces; their awe-stricken appearance, left to me to wonder, "What was it about this man that could leave them in such amazement?"

Later on in life, I would come to realize the truth about this man. Although I never knew Stacy Wood as a close friend, in my heart and mind, he was more. He was a conqueror, a mentor, a teacher, and an inspiration to me, someone I wanted to emulate myself after. The intellect that he possessed I craved. I knew, in this world there were few like this and I was fortunate in my life to have met one.

He possessed answers to questions that any upcoming Christian desired. His method of teaching left you on the tip of your seats partaking of the feast of words he presented with only the single thought of, "Who is this man, I must find out more about him." Wherever he went and taught, he left a permanent mark on the people who observed and listened to him. I was one of the fortunate who has been marked by Stacy Wood's words of wisdom and inspiration.

After hearing the news of the passing of Brother Stacy Wood, I was left to think, "A man of such virtue didn’t deserve to leave this world. It wasn’t his time yet." Then it dawned on me, I was pondering on the negative images of death, rather than the mass amount of accomplishments and people he has touched throughout his life. Stacy Wood lived his life as an evangelist to the children of God. He was a man of integrity, warmth, and love. The image that has been embedded into my mind of Stacy Wood is a saint.

Today, I am not here only to mourn the death of Stacy Wood, but to praise and thank him for the love and mark he has placed on me as well as the other saints in this world that has been marked by his presence. Thank you. To Sister Pamela, Thank you for the years you have been by Stacy side, you have been a blessing to me and my family, as well as the mass public of Christians in this world. God blessed you and Stacy Wood, although he is gone, his spirit walks this Earth by each of our sides. Thank you both.

Love and God Bless, Reuben T. Ramdath
Ascended Life Ministries

Ken Provost

We are writing to extend our condolences to you and the rest of the family. He will be missed by all who ever came into contact with him. We will cherish the memories of you guys always. We had a great fellowship when you droped by. Those times will be greatly missed. He was a teacher's teacher and his writings will live on. On paper, on tape and in the heart of the hearer. May God Bless and keep you in the palm of His hand
Clois & Marilyn Hight

Ken & Winie Hill - khilmolf@earthlink.net
 
Joyful Encounters (Reports after 7/7/07!)
(The following is from Stacy's nurse of 3 years at the dialysis clinic in Blue Ridge, GA)

I THOUGHT YOU MIGHT LIKE TO KNOW YHAT I HAD A VISIT FROM STACY (AND GRACE). WE WERE ALL SHOPPING FOR NEW FURNITURE IN OUR HEAVENLY MANSION OF COURSE AND STACY AND YOU WERE PICKING OUT A RECLINER FOR STACY. HE WAS WALKING AROUND SITTING IN EVERYONE TRYING TO FIND ONE THAT FIT HIS BUTT GROOVE. HE WAS HAPPY AND MAKING JOKES. MADE ME FEEL SO REWARDED THAT I HAD SEEN HIM. I MISS YOU GUYS VERY MUCH. MANY MORE BLESSINGS TO COME.
LOVE MICHELLE --

 
The details of Stacy's last days in the hospital:Stacy' Hospital Stacy ButtonChildren NOT allowed Letter to the Saints button