Services honoring our Lord and His son, Jeremiah Thomas are as follows.

Thursday, August 30th, at 6 -8 PM at Lakeshore Funeral Home at 5201 Steinbeck Bend Drive, Waco, TX 76708, 254- 752-5900

Friday, August 31st, Homecoming Service at Church of the Open Door from 10-noon. Address is 900 TX-340 Loop, Waco, TX 76705, 254-799-2656

Friday, August 31st, at 2 PM Graveside Service at Oakwood Cemetery. Address is 2124 S 5th Street, Waco TX 76706.

Jeremiah’s Obituary

Jeremiah Flip Thomas, 16 years old, passed on to glory Sunday, August 26th, at 7:20 PM.

A born-again child of God, he was the youngest son of thirteen children that make up the Thomas Nation. He was an All Star, State Champion football player with the Parkview Pacers. He ministered the Gospel of the Kingdom at Planned Parenthood on a weekly basis to save the lost and spare lives. He served diligently with the national ministry, Operation Save America.

Jeremiah did not waste his cancer. He wrote and released, “A Letter to My Generation.” It has gone worldwide. His Make A Wish went viral as well. Instead of going to Disney World or meeting a celebrity, Jeremiah asked to meet with Gov. Abbott to discuss a bill of abolition in Texas. Though Make a Wish could not make it happen, it happened anyway. His talk with Gov. Abbott about outlawing abortion in Texas circled the globe. Gov. Abbott responded, “Your wish has been granted.”

Jeremiah’s life, message, and testimony has reached into the church world, the sports world, the political world, and even Hollywood. His story has been picked up by national and international and news agencies, including Fox News. He was featured as a “Midnight Hero” on the Shannon Bream show.
The Daily Mail, the 2nd largest newspaper in London, also ran his story. Italy picked it up and the largest pro-life student group contacted him to discuss how to abolish abortion in their country.

Recent gubernatorial candidate for Governor from Oklahoma, Dan Fisher, did a special interview with Jeremiah since he ran on the platform of abolishing abortion in his state. State Representative Tony Tinderholt who has and will introduce another bill of abolition in Texas honored Jeremiah with a Texas State Resolution.

The Resolution stated in part, “Jeremiah Thomas…has confronted adversity with a spirit of self-less courage…Jeremiah has demonstrated a strength of character that is an inspiration to everyone around him…An exceptional young man…Jeremiah Thomas be honored for his extraordinary bravery and advocacy.”

His short life has brought great glory to God. He has touched and transformed many lives throughout the world. “To live is Christ and to die is gain” (Philippians 1:21).

Good night for now precious son, we will see you in the morning.