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Brad has touched so many lives. We are truly thankful for all the ways so many people have cared for Brad over the years. For what you do...we say "thanks." If you have a chance, leave us a message here in the guestbook. Not sure what to write in the guestbook?

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  • Oct 16, 2009 11:45am

    I do not think you should ever let this go.  Brad will have an impact on the rest of our lives.

    Ed Butcher

  • Sep 30, 2009 12:03pm

    We did not get to have Bradley very long with us here but what little time we did get him was wonderful. Your tribute to him is wonderful. Brad was lucky to have such a wonderful family just as you were lucky to have Brad in your life. It is nice to see Bradley's House getting to were it needs to be and having it named for him to wonderful!!! God Bless!!  Tina Iddings

    Tina Iddings

  • Sep 29, 2009 11:37am

    Dear Jim, Nancy & Chase,  This is certainly a wonderful tool to help stay connected as you continue to transition to a new chapter of your life.    Take your time, and remember when one door is closed a new one will be opened for you until we all pass through the same gate.  God Bless

    Melinda Embrey

    Melinda Embrey

  • Sep 29, 2009 10:54am

    to the wilson Family what a lovely choice you made to mark the resting place of bradley.  We still think of brad so often and share laughs and tears, he was such a special young man and will continue to live in all of us.  We were so blessed to be a part of his life and wish your family healing strength through prayer.  Keep us also in your prayers so that we can continue to do gods work. 

    Sincerely,
    Krista Smith

    krista smith
    kristas@riversidemrdd.org

  • Sep 29, 2009 8:41am

    Dear Jim, Nancy, and Chase,

    Thanks for sharing your deepfelt thoughts with all of us.   Bradley's life was truly an inspiration for many people.  I know he touched our lives and we too look at his graduation picture on our computer screen daily.  

    The cross on his grave marker is the symbol you spoke about last Sunday.  All things do begin at the foot of the cross.   Bradley's life has not ended, it has only begun. 

    Our heartfelt love to you all.    

    Carla and Bill Lohrer

  • Sep 29, 2009 7:51am

    What a wonderful tribute to Bradley!!! I hope to one day be able to go see it for myself.  You were and are wonderful parents. He will forever be in our hearts.  Love you all
    Kendra

    Kendra Peck
    Somerville, OH

  • Sep 28, 2009 9:11pm

    Thanks Jim for sharing :) I was just talking about Brad the other day and the ministry that was started in our church in honor and memory of him. They were in tears over the story how our church supports children in a 3rd world county and strong it is still going. Thanks be to God for Brad's life.

    Conne Hess

  • Sep 28, 2009 8:08pm

    Jim, Nancy and Chase,

    The loss you feel will never go away but will get easier to handly as time goes by...Bradley was and will always be a big part of your life.  God knows who to give the children to, and you proved he was right in giving Bradley to you..You adored him and took very good care of him his whole life and he truly knows that there is no one who loved him more then his family.

    May God hold your hearts and let you remember the good times and know that Bradley is where god wants him to be at this time..He let you have Bradley  and now its God's turn to love Bradley in his home.

    Know I love you and think of you often..You have been wonderful to my son and his family and for this I will always be greatful.

    Love you,
    Kathy Stucker

    Kathy Stucker
    stucker@ffni.com
    Remington, IN

  • Sep 28, 2009 7:18pm

    Hi there, Jim, Nancy and Chase. What a nice surprise to receive a journal entry from you, Jim. The website obviously still serves a purpose for you and so it should remain; it is part of the healing process for you-a healing that can't be rushed in any way. We all grieve differently and this site is giving you the opportunity to continue on your grief journey. Not an easy journey, to be sure. How lonely it must be to those who don't know the Lord, especially during times such as these. The grave marker is wonderful-thanks for sharing it. Many thoughts and prayers continue to be with you. Marcy

    Marcy Youtz

  • Apr 17, 2009 12:04am

    In Memory of Bradley Wilson

    Rev. & Mrs. Jim Wilson

  • Jan 21, 2009 1:22pm

    I just want to express my deep sorry for your loss... I am Peg Moser and I was Brad's preschool teacher. I remember him well, but I remember most is your commitment to him as parents... You truly are examples of Christ's love .... I truly am sorry for your loss...
    Peg Moser

    Peg Moser

  • Jan 19, 2009 9:12am

    Jim, Nancy and family,

    Was so sorry to finally get back on this web site today and read of your sons passing. My heart goes out to all of you in this time of sorrow. I know you will find comfort in knowing he is at peace in Gods arms now. May God bless you and your family. My prayers are with you all.

    Love, Deana (Turnes) Rhodes

    deana rhodes
    jdktbj@localnet.com
    mt. petty, OH

  • Jan 16, 2009 5:14am

    Jim, Nancy, and Chase

    It has been a pleasure meeting you all and getting to know you and Bradley. There's no doubt in my mind that you were the perfect family to support Bradley throughout his life. I was amazed by your great strength throughout Bradley's hospitalization. It has been an honor and a privilege to care for Bradley and to get to meet all of you. Thank you for having me be a part of his service and allowing me to see the huge impact Bradley made in this world. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Nate Kincaid

  • Jan 15, 2009 5:04pm

    Dear Jim,Nancy and family:

    I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of Bradley! I only learned of this today and I am so sad I wasn't able to attend the service. My thoughts and prayers and with all of you . May God's love and presence give you peace and help you reach a day when you can remember all the fun times with Bradley and smile. He was blessed to have the family he had and I know you were blessed to have him for as long as you did. Your friend, Tammy ( Rouse) Aubel

    Tammy Rouse
    iloveroosters@hotmail.com

  • Jan 15, 2009 8:54am

    Pastor Jim, Nancy and Chase,

    I've been thinking about what it was like the moment that Bradley entered heaven. What kind of special reception does somebody like Bradley receive? Yesterday when I was at Bradley's House in Chiquilistagua, I looked around and saw all that is being accomplished there, knowing that Bradley's life was the inspiration for it all.

    We know that this time must be full of ups and downs for you and we pray for a peace and rest for each one of you. God bless you in all you do.

    Carolyn and Nour

    Carolyn Sirker

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