Private Message added 2011-05-02
|Message||bro jimmy i just check your site. good to see your work going good. praying for you DR JIMMY VAUGHAN|
|Message||Bro Jimmy And Sherry ,Glad you are with us at River Of Life in Lynchburg . You are kind ,sweet people and we appreciate your pastors heart . We are praying the Holy Spirit will help us to be a church that reaches out to this place for Christ and his kingdom. Thank you for your obedience to our Lord in sharing your ministry with us . God Bless YOU . Wilma Glover|
|Message||I pray that I am not mistaken that you are preaching in Lynchburg, Tennessee. I think that is wonderful. I attend the Church of Christ but want to welcome you to our community. There is room for everyone that wants to follow Christ within our community and there certainly is room for evangelism here. I work part time as a hostess at Miss Mary Bobo's, therefore,if you want good country food please come and see us when you are in Lynchburg. Thank you for coming our way. |
|Message||Dear Mr. Snow,|
As I was born in 1981, I am one of your dads younger fans. My family came from Cape Breton Nova Scotia about the same time as your dad, settling in Gloucester Mass as Sea Captains and Chandlers. I would be honored to hear from you, and I have been a fan of your fathers, since my father introduced me to his music as a young boy. His story touched with me, as I was physically abused as a child. For him to rise above that as I have, shows a tenacity of spirit that not everyone possesses, but then not only to rise above it, to become one of the best and most respected legends of country music is amazing. I hope all is well with you and yours, and may your parents rest in peace, god bless them.
|Message||Jimmie, I wanted to stop by your website again as I have done a few times in the past. I hope all is well with you and your family. I just had the pleasure of listening to a few of your RCA Victor recordings, and enjoyed them so very much! I have those songs on 45 rpm records! I must admit that my favorites are "How Do You Think I Feel," "My Fallen Star," and "Well Whadaya Know." The 1950's seem so long ago! I want to wish you a very belated Happy Birthday, which was February 6th. I hope you will enjoy many more Happy Birthdays. Coincidentally, I was born in 1936, and my birthday is September 17th. To jog your memory a little bit, I'm the one who saw you, your Dad, and Elvis in 1955 in Abilene, Texas, and I also attended one of your sermons a few years ago in Belvidere, Illinois, where I met you and you autographed your book for me. May God bless you.|
|Message||Hi Rev Jimmie|
You may not remember me . I met you in Danang Viet Nam. at a uso show. Then I met up with you and your wife In Bancock. I drove around with you guys for a week while I was on R&R went shopping and I went with you to a uso show you did for an army base there.any way I just wanted to say Hi and Aks how you are doing. I havent heard from you when I got back from Viet Nam I wrote to an address you gave me but no answer.
Any way take care and hope to hear from you.
I, along with many others prayed for a reopening of the facility in Lynchburg. Now we have River of Life. I appreciate your wonderful messages and as a fellow preacher have learned so much from you. Hope you stay around a long time. This area needs you and with God's guidance we'll "make it happen".
Your Brother In Christ,
George W. Bremer
|Message||I recently found a copy of your book, "I Can't Go Back Now". I am a country/gospel entertainer and a "non-practicing" alcoholic. My story was similar to yours, though not the same. I finally found Jesus and am eternally grateful. I am very glad that you could not go back. I pray that you will continue to do God's work and provide inspiration to others for years to come.|
Thank you, brother Snow.
Glad to have you preaching at the Church in Lynchburg,Tn My mom and I prayed for the church to reopen and that it would be used again for God's glory. Hope you continue to bless everyone with your sermons and music,
Your friend Chris Glover