Elisabeth’s funeral was held on June 23, 2015, at the A. J. Gordon Memorial Chapel at Gordon College. A recording of the funeral service can be found here.
A memorial service for Elisabeth was held on Sunday, July 26, 2015, in Edman Chapel at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. A brief video tribute to Elisabeth was shown at the service and can be found here.
Elisabeth Elliot was one of the most influential Christian women of our time. For a half century, her best selling books, timeless teachings and courageous faith have influenced believers and seekers of Jesus Christ throughout the world. She used her experiences as a daughter, wife, mother, widow, and missionary to bring the message of Christ to countless women and men around the world.
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016, Lars will be interviewed live on the "Rose City Forum" on KKPZ out of Portland, Oregon. Elisabeth Elliot's husband of thirty-seven years, Lars Gren, talks about the love of his life and the long good-bye. If you would like to listen, point your web browser to KKPZ.com at 12 pm PST (which is 3:00 pm EST). Click on the LISTEN LIVE button in the top right corner of the screen.
Good news on Elisabeth's past radio programs! On April 14, 2014, BBN (Bible Broadcasting Network) began re-broadcasting Gateway to Joy, Monday through Friday at 11:15am on BBN radio. A listing of their stations across the US can be found on their website, and if you are out of range for that network, don’t fret - daily broadcasts are available on demand here, so you can choose your own hour.
Years ago, Elisabeth penned a short booklet entitled, “Sex is a Lot More Than Fun.” It had been lost to the ages until a friend found it and transcribed it. You can now find it here as a free download.
Many of you have asked for an update on Elisabeth and Lars now that they are no longer traveling to conferences. In light of that, Lars has provided a few
"Ramblings from the Cove..."