Rev. Christopher Ian Chenoweth

After a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer, Christopher Ian Chenoweth, 71, made his peaceful transition at home on December 9, 2022, surrounded by his family.

Born in Akron, Ohio on October 1, 1951, Chris began his career in radio broadcasting at the age of 16, then moved to Nashville where he worked in country radio and events including the Grand Ole Opry. In the late 1970’s, he received God’s calling to serve others through the ministry. He attended Unity School of Christianity and was ordained into the ministry in 1983. His first ministry was in Rockford, Illinois. At 36 years old, he became senior minister of Unity’s world headquarters in Missouri and was also elected Mayor of Unity Village. In 1998, Chris founded www.positivechristianity.org, an internet prayer ministry, serving people all around the world. He has authored two books and hosted 18 spiritual retreat cruises.

Chris’ favorite hobby was traveling around the country on his motorcycles and relaxing at the “Hope Hill” cabin in northern Georgia. He also loved attending the live theatre of Broadway and London’s West End.

Chris is survived by his wife, Jerri Anderson Chenoweth; daughter, Jennifer Lauren Beck; son, Jonathan Andrew Chenoweth; and granddaughter, Savannah Elizabeth Beck. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Buhl and Mary Chenoweth.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, December 17, 2022, 12:00 noon, at the Estes-Leadley Greater Lansing Chapel, 325 W. Washtenaw Street, Lansing, Michigan. The service will be conducted by Rev. Ron Scott of the Spiritual Life Center. The family will greet visitors at the funeral home for one hour prior to the service. Interment will follow at Leek Cemetery on Dobie Road in Mason, Michigan.

You are invited to view the livestream of the funeral here.

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Barbara and Jerry Young
December 10, 2022 at 8:22 am

Love and comfort to Chris’ family. Our family loved Chris since 1992. He had such a wonderful impact on us through weddings, vow renewals, and blessings. His sermons and his friendship were life changing for all if us.

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Nancy Eckerson
December 10, 2022 at 8:34 am

Every morning now, for I can’t even guess how many years I have started my day with a Chenoweth prayer. so often, these prayers have pulled me out of a rough night of nightmares and back into God’s arms.
I will be forever grateful for the life of this amazing disciple of our dear creator. I will continue to use the storehouse of prayers, but I want this family of his to know that there is a devoted fan in Buffalo New York. I will forever be grateful for the life of Rev. Christopher Chenoweth. Many blessings to his family and friends.

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JIM
December 10, 2022 at 8:37 am

ENJOYED POSITIVE MINISTRY ON NET

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Melilnda Wood Allen
December 10, 2022 at 10:27 am

My husband Bob and I have known Chris since 1998, when he came to lead our church for 6 weeks while our minister was on sabbatical. We immediately fell in love with his spirit of enthusiasm and his great faith.

We always said , “When Chris is praying, there is no room for doubt!!” That was his gift to so many of us: he believed so strongly that our belief was strengthened by his presence.

I had the pleasure of music directing, singing and speaking at over a dozen of his Spiritual Retreat Cruises, and of his consistent, enthusiastic, loving support of me in my musical career, then his caring mentor-ship as I became an ordained minister. His advice in the first years of my ministry was invaluable. I think of him often and quote him constantly in sermons. I’m grateful to him every day.

Our lives have been made richer by knowing and spending time with Chris. Our marriage is stronger and healthier due to his insights and prayers, we are wealthy beyond our greatest imaginings as we live the principles so profoundly taught to us by Rev. Christopher Ian Chenowith. We will miss him.

Blessings on all his family. Please allow the love and prayers from so many hold you and strengthen you in your most difficult moments, and know that you do not mourn alone.

Love and blessings,
Rev. Melinda Wood Allen & Bob Allen

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Jean Maguire
December 10, 2022 at 11:00 am

Chris literally saved my life with his kind words when I was so ill and doctors had turned their back on me. He wrote and told me this too will pass and he was right!
What a joy he has been with his daily messages every day in my life.

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Donna
December 10, 2022 at 11:56 am

It was in the early 2000 that a friend forwarded an email to me written by Rev Christopher. I have followed him ever since and look forward for his mail every morning., reading especially the Positive Prayer, The Positive Affirmation and the Positive Daily Quotes.

These were comforting blessings that he shared, Praise be to God! May you the family be comforted knowing that he Christopher is resting comfortably in Jesus’ arms. Please stay strong.

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Maria
December 10, 2022 at 12:22 pm

You will be missed. You have encouraged, and taught me how to be a better person.

Sincerely,
Your friend always

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Sherry Schult
December 10, 2022 at 12:42 pm

Chris was such a blessing in my life and all those that I forwarded the DI’s to. I had the pleasure of meeting him and on a few occasions speaking with him on the phone. I met him in 2002. He helped me through some difficult and sad times…especially the passing of my sister in 2010. I cried a lot yesterday, but woke up with the comfort of knowing he is still with ALL of us and his DI’s will continue to help those in need. God bless and keep you dear, sweet Reverend Chris and love and comfort to your family.

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Joan H Shannon
December 10, 2022 at 1:24 pm

I became acquainted with Positive Christianity and “radio broadcasts” in approximately 2006, when a friend, Lorraine, from a Unity Church, connected me with those emails. Since that time, I have started each morning with his readings. As previously stated, he had a very powerful presence (and seemingly immediate impact!) in prayer. I think his life story and witness are more profound than in anyone else I have ever known on a personal basis. The daily readings, the video recordings, CDs,his personal answer to prayer requests, the crusies (my husband and I went on one) the sermons, meditations, visitations and speaking engagements, his ongoing communications after passing over! -plus, an untold number of unspoken good deeds…. What a guy! Obviously, he communicated with many people, but in the process, he still made me feel as if I truly mattered.

He lives on!

Joan H. Shannon in North Carolina

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Sally Conrad
December 10, 2022 at 1:40 pm

My first introduction to Rev. Christopher came during a time when he was Mayor of Unity Village in Kansas City. I will never forget his Wednesday evening healing prayer service – as others have said, when listening to him, there was no room for doubt! I’ve supported his ministry in Texas and want the family to know what a powerful and loved messenger for Christ he was to so many.

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Jim McVaugh
December 10, 2022 at 1:45 pm

I have read learned and loved Chris and his inspirations since the late 1990s. I went with my dad who is now passed to a multi day seminar at UNITY CHURCH in Houston. I have enjoyed end read positive inspiration almost every day ever since. Attending that event is one of my fondest memories with my dad, and I’m so blessed to have been a part of this ministry! When I’ve been in need, God sent me messages through Chris and his inspirations. I am so grateful for the love, joy and the blessings he’s giving myself and others. We are so blessed to have known him and God. May their love continue to bless us forever.

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Mona Shannon
December 10, 2022 at 2:16 pm

Just one of many blessed by this wonderful soul. We met him years ago at Unity Village when he was the minister of Unity Chapel . Will always miss him but know he is in Perfect hands.

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Deborah Spirk-Lawes
December 10, 2022 at 2:37 pm

Every morning I have listened to Rev. Chris and looked forward to his daily emails, and at night I have listened to his messages…he willllll be dearly missed…I am praying for the family…

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Heather Cole Leavitt
December 10, 2022 at 3:41 pm

God bless you Rev. Chenoweth, Thank you for everything you have done for my family, me and all of us you have touched. I am thankful you are free and home with Jesus. Oh what joy and love you must be witnessing right now! Praying that your family and friends will feel the peace of Christ Jesus that transcends all understanding and God’s comfort always. I love you!

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Diane J Klish
December 10, 2022 at 4:36 pm

My husband and I have been on 2 cruises with Chris and also start everyday with his Positive Christianity messages.
His prayers were so powerful and I had asked for many prayers during the years.
We will miss his laugh and smiles. Thank you, Chris, for the legacy you and Positive Christianity have left.

Until we meet again.

Diane Klish

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Rev. Ric Beattie
December 10, 2022 at 4:46 pm

I first met Rev. Christopher a number of years ago at Renaissance Unity in Warren, MI. He was a guest speaker and led a workshop. I was impressed by his passion and devotion to teaching Truth. His teaching lives on through his website: https://positivechristianity.net – Godspeed thou good and faithful servant!

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Terri Socarras
December 10, 2022 at 9:11 pm

Thank you for all you did and will continue to do. You have been a blessing and inspiration to me. Your daily emails and videos always had the right words to carry me through the day.
You will be missed, but I know you are rejoicing.
Deepest condolences to the family.

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Debbie and Charles
December 10, 2022 at 9:33 pm

May Christ’s love be with the family and comfort you and show the way forward.

We keep thinking about Chris’ last video and how his mother often told him not to cry about a loss but to smile about the time you had. Chris’ mission included supporting others and making someone better each day [paraphrased from Chris’ elegant words]. We find comfort in Chris’ and his mother’s words.

May Chris’ family and his millions of followers be filled with blessings and their cups overflow with abundance, wisdom and peace. Thank you God for blessing us with Chris! His wonderful guidance love and humor live in our hearts!

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George Passmore
December 11, 2022 at 2:46 am

Thank you Rev Chris. You had a positive and uplifting impact on my life. Until we meet again.

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Sheila Robinson
December 11, 2022 at 8:17 am

Dear Family,

Thank you so very much for sharing Rev. Christopher Chenoweth with me and the world. Every morning his dynamic, Positive Daily Inspiration helps me to get through each day with a positive mindset; and to always focus on God during challenging times.

My sincerest condolences for the family at this time, and you have my deepest sympathy. I wish you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow. My heart goes out to you at this difficult time.

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Dr. Marti Kennedy
December 11, 2022 at 12:07 pm

What a blessing your family has been to the world. You have generously shared Reverend Chris with us all, through the years past; and now, for the years to come, through his internet ministry.

You will be reading scores of messages, and accolades about Chris; but there is no way to realize the hearts that he has helped mend, and the lives that he has helped guide through his amazing wisdom, positivity, laughter, and cheerful outlook on life’s journey.

While your hearts—and all our hearts—may feel a sort of brokenness…I surmise that most all of us also feel a warmth and glee when we think of Chris… and where he is now!

While a group of mourners will be gathering in Michigan at noon, on this Planet Earth’s Eastern Standard Time… is there anyone of us, who can imagine what CHRIS is experiencing at this time?!!! Just think…

Chris will have the best seat in the house!!!

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Margaret Kallman
December 11, 2022 at 3:18 pm

Dear Family, I first heard Reverend Chenoweth at Unity Church of Delray Beach, Florida. I signed up for his positive inspiration then and I have read it daily since. I’ve asked for his prayers. His messages have inspired and blessed me beyond measure. They helped me weather the devastation of my son’s death and have provided wisdom and comfort and focus to me and many many many many others. I am so grateful for his ministry, for his messages, for his humor, and laughter and ultimate faith in God. I am particularly grateful for his message of love. His most recent writing, and video are profoundly inspiring and motivating. Thank you and God bless you. I have prayed for him daily for years and will continue to pray for him and his family. God bless you all.

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Barbara Zoeckler
December 12, 2022 at 9:06 am

Like everyone else here who knew Rev.Chris Chenoweth, he was such a positive example and influence in anyone’s life who ever came into his sphere. My husband and I have met him in the 90s at a unity Church, and later went on cruises with him. It was such a great opportunity to be with like-minded people on a path for spiritual health. There’s no doubt that we have lost such a great soul, but also know that we will see him again and that he’s really not gone. His legacy is how we pay forward what we learned and felt from him. You are loved Reverend Chris Chenowith.

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Virginia
December 12, 2022 at 9:08 am

Dear Family,

I’ve been reading Rev Chenoweth’s online newsletter since the day it started. He always seemed to have just the right message for me. He helped me through tough times with his positive prayer and I will forever be grateful for his messages of kindness and love.

I send my virtual hugs to you all and send you prayers of peace.

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Rev. Joyce D. Smith
December 12, 2022 at 9:28 am

My prayers and condolences are extended to the family of Rev. Chris Chenoweth. The seeds he planted will continue to grow in my life and the lives of others who benefited from his sharing the gift the our Lord and Savior blessed him with.

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Maria Loza
December 12, 2022 at 11:29 am

My sincere condolences to your family. I looked forward to your daily online ministry and have often share your readings with my work colleagues and friends as they’ve help me often through some challenging times. You will be missed but I’m sure your legacy will live on as I know I will alway return to your reading on You Tube. May you rest in peace!

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Patricia Bessey
December 12, 2022 at 1:29 pm

Such fond memories of Chris when he was at the Village Chapel and I was in ministerial school. I can still see him with his yellow legal pad with his talk on it walking up and down the aisles as he gave his message. He was so generous and continues that generosity with his ongoing website and volumes of talks, prayers and so much more…Chris you will continue to be a source of comfort for all of us just in another form…

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Donna Devlin
December 12, 2022 at 7:16 pm

This man of God pulled my husband I through the darkest days of the pandemic. We first found him on youtube during lockdown. His prayers and affirmations become a daily part of our prayer life. I have turned to his smiling face, warm voice and always-affirming prayers many, many times over the ensuing years. I am so grateful to God for how he used him in our lives and in so many others as well. We lost two pastors this year–our “home” pastor (to Covid–a year ago today) and now Rev Chris. BOTH of them were beacons, through whom the light of God shone through. I will continue to honor this wonderful man by being the same positive force to others that he was to us. I am quite certain he is hearing “Well done my good and faithful servant” right now! So very blessed by his life and by the elegance and eloquence with which he said good-bye. I look forward to seeing him again someday. For now, may he rest in Father’s arms and may God comfort those he leaves behind. Selah.

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kim
December 13, 2022 at 5:51 am

My prayers of condolences to the family, loved ones, and friends of Rev Chris, may your find comfort and peace in the coming days/weeks.
Although I didn’t know Rev Chris personally, I came to know him through his online ministry and am very grateful for the daily emails I received as they helped me through some very rough times before and following my husband’s death 3 years ago.
Rev Chris lives on in the lives, such as mine, he’s touched over the years. What a blessing he has been!
In conclusion I offer this prayer Rev Chris also offered in his emails:
The Light of God surrounds us,
The Love of God enfolds us,
The Power of God protects us,
And, the Presence of God watches over us;
Wherever we are, God is… And all is well!
God bless each and every one of us.

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Rosanne Bowman
December 13, 2022 at 9:59 am

I too loved listening to the Rev.’s messages every morning .Reallyinspired me.I thank God for sending Chris’s inspiration to me and I would do everything I can to carry out his teachings throughout my lifetime. condolences to his family.

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Eileen Pace
December 13, 2022 at 1:03 pm

Dear, sweet Chris,
My friend, I’m so glad I thought to get in touch when I was in Houston a few years ago. It was a joy to see you then and it was wonderful of you to meet me for lunch. Your prayers then were, as always, much appreciated.
I’m so sad we’ve lost you but happy for your transition. I know you must be busy up there, and probably helping people wherever you go.
Thank you for sharing your time on Earth with me – and with all of us at Unity, on the cruise we all took together, and in that whirlwind marriage ceremony on board. Thanks for the fun in Austin when we saw a crazy theater production together, and on the ride back home when you had a two-seater but I squeezed into the back so Jackie could ride in front. Those were some fun times!
Thank you for creating your transition announcement and for leaving us with many prayers and stories to enjoy in the future. It’s a gift beyond measure.
I’ll miss you.
Love,
Eileen

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Sandi
December 13, 2022 at 1:27 pm

Chris,
You and your derp profound messages will always be with us here on earth. Godspeed dear friend.

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John Sullivan
December 13, 2022 at 1:32 pm

Reverend Christopher Chenoweth was an amazing man. I first met Chris when he filled in for vacationing pastors at Unity Church in Arlington TX. Chris exuded happiness & positivity. I’m sure everyone who met Chris felt like he was their close friend. I loved hearing his sermons and attending his workshops. I was involved in putting together a men’s retreat at lake Murray Lodge in Oklahoma & invited Chris to attend & he graciously accepted, what a great time. My wife and I were on one of his Positive Christianity cruises and it was a blast. Chris made everyone feel special and he will be sorely missed. When I heard of Chris’ passing, tears came to my eyes knowing I wouldn’t have another opportunity to give him a hug and say goodbye! Godspeed Reverend Christopher Ian Chenoweth, you will be missed!

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PAGE ALLEN
December 13, 2022 at 2:42 pm

Chris ww a bright light in many people’s lives and I had the privilege of accompanying him on two of his wonderfilled cruises. His energy will be missed. Sending much love and many blessings to his family.

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Jeffrey Radcliff
December 13, 2022 at 2:47 pm

Thank you, Chris, for blessing my life with your presence. I have supported your ministry financially for several years and you have supported my ministry with your writings and your calm, loving demeanor. I offer prayers for peace and comfort for your family, as well as for all of us who have been touched by your life and your passing. Godspeed, Chris. I loved you, my friend. I always will.

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Kathy Sullivan
December 13, 2022 at 4:10 pm

What a wonderful soul….going to miss him forever!

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Sharon Aaron
December 13, 2022 at 4:42 pm

The most beautiful soul I’ve known. Blessed to have stayed in contact over the years. Getting to know him during his time in Salt Lake was so wonderful for me. He was a blessing to many. And his daily inspirations were always so meaningful and often hit home for me even after I became Buddhist. What a special life. Condolences to his loved ones – a life well lived.

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Pat Wells
December 13, 2022 at 5:30 pm

I am so glad you came into my life. I learned so much from you on the cruises I attended. You were one of my spiritual leaders as far as I am concerned. Thank you so much for your joyful and loving self.

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Justin Epstein
December 15, 2022 at 8:39 pm

Used to enjoy Chris’ messages at the Unity Village Chapel back in 1991 when I was in Unity ministerial training. He had a special charisma. Had a meeting with him once to ask about how he prepared Sunday sermons and he was very generous in sharing. Although I had not seen him since 1992 until just a few minutes ago in his farewell video online, I recognized his voice immediately even though he was much older. Thank you Chris for your ministry! Peace and comfort to loved ones. Rev Justin Epstein, The Unity Center of New York City unitycenternyc.com

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Dr. Lewis Smith, PH.D., P.C.
December 16, 2022 at 12:48 pm

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of the family of the Reverend
Christopher Ian Chenoweth who has made his transition. He was a spiritual being and true minister to all. He will be greatly missed. KC & Dr. Lewis Smith

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Charlotte Ames
December 16, 2022 at 8:45 pm

Rev Chris and his teachings have had a huge impact on my life. He is the most positive person I ever met.
He will be missed but we are so blessed his teachings will continue
Grateful for all he shared. My prayers for his family. Chris truly touched many lives.

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SANDY Pamedis Case on Facebook
December 17, 2022 at 3:14 am

I know he said don’t cry, but through these tears I’m so sad right now. I wanted to visit the cabin, I wanted to be in a retreat cruise …. It’s been less than 2 years since I discovered this beautiful person online. Mr Christopher has been such a blessing to my life, closely threaded to my reason for living with a purpose. His messages on YouTube gave me NEW Life, his messages speak directly to me on a daily basis and have saved my sanity and created a reason and reminder of why I even exist and he inspires me every single day. I will carry on and share his prayers . God Bless your family and thank you for keeping his legacy going, I appreciate his messages, I’m going to miss him so much, I Love You Rev. Ian Chenoweth !!!!! Thank you for speaking to me through your TV channels. I can’t even begin to tell you how often I listen to you throughout the day. I have over 450 of your messages downloaded I can’t say enough good stuff xoxoxox Sandy

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Jane MacPherson
December 17, 2022 at 9:24 am

I count myself as one of the lucky ones who got to know Chris personally, back in the late 1990’s in Salt Lake City, when he was the acting pastor of Unity Spiritual Center. What a wonderful, inspiring man! He helped us through some difficult times then and we were grateful to count him as one of our friends. I have followed his daily inspirational messages and shared his Positive Daily Quotes with family and friends every day, since he started Positive Chritianity on line back in 1998. Over the years, I have had many people comment “what a wonderfully positive person you are”, but the truth was Chris’s messages gave me strength and I took great pleasure in sharing that inspiration with others thru his messages. Chris, you lived well and fully, and you will be missed. The torch of your faith and message will be carried forward by all of us who were touched by you. Rest in peace….

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Laurie Geschrey
December 17, 2022 at 11:54 am

My wife and I were fortunate enough to go on one of Rev Chris’s cruise’s along with many of our friends. He was God’s Spirit in Action! I will miss his cherub face and smile, his awesome voice, and his inspiring messages!
God Bless you Chris! Fly with the Angels!

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Rick Scaletty
December 17, 2022 at 12:43 pm

Our family met Chris Chenowith about 1989 when he was the senior minister at Unity Village. What a powerful and dynamic minister he was! I remember him organizing and leading the biggest hay ride in the world at Unity Village! We made into the Guinness Book as a world record! Another time at the last minute he invited the entire congregation to his cottage at the Village for a Fourth of July cookout. I think a couple of hundred people showed up and all Chris had was a pack hotdogs, an 18 inch Weber Grill and a cooler (empty)! It was a loaves and fishes experience and it all worked out and we had great time. He always demonstrated that God will provide!

I will always remember his prosperity sermon when he spoke of the time when he was a Nashville broadcaster out on assignment in a rural area. He said that before he got the call for the assignment he was lamenting because he was so poor. The only money that he had was a quarter in his pocket. Nonetheless, he took the mobile broadcast vehicle out to the assignment and began preparing to raise the antenna to make the broadcast. While he was on the ladder a thunderstorm began, lightning flashed and struck the antenna. Chris held on while the lightning bolt sent a electricity surging down the ladder. But the quarter, still in his pocket, was in contact with the ladder and grounded out the electrical surge saving his life. Chris said that the quarter was all the prosperity that he needed at that time and he was grateful for it. Again, the message that God always provides.

Chris will be missed but I am so grateful that he was a part of my life.

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WANDA F. COMBS
December 17, 2022 at 1:39 pm

Rev.Christopher Ian Chenoweth touched my heart beyond words. Every single morning I rise, pray and read Positive Christianity.

Rev. Christopher will truly be missed, What a Beautiful Soul!

My Condolences to the entire Chenoweth Family.

God Bless Your Sister In Christ,

Wanda C.

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Barbara Bergen
December 18, 2022 at 6:04 pm

Rev Chris was an amazing person who uplifted others through his worldwide ministry. I was fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with him on some projects and saw how this truly great minister LIVED his message. Thank you, Chris, for your unending positivity, wonderful sense of humor, talent at story-telling, life-changing sermons, prayers in time of need, and guidance and support. You’re one of the “Greats.” I will miss you.

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J. McGee
December 18, 2022 at 10:07 pm

Minister Chenoweth was such a blessing to me as I used to listen to many of his prayers on my playlist at night to help me go to sleep. His prayers gave me a sense of peace and comfort and helped me to feel God’s presence and protection while I slept. He will be truly missed and I am praying for his family and friends during this difficult time. Thank you for sharing his time through his video messages and prayers with us in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Christie McKenzie
December 19, 2022 at 10:14 am

We were fortunate to meet Chris when he became the minister of Unity Village. His sermons were always filled of wonderful stories and meaningful lessons of Truth. He loved his children with all his heart and mentioned them often. My children loved all the family, fun-filled activities that he planned. In my opinion, he was the best Unity minister at Unity Village. He was the most kind and loving person you could you ever meet. He always had the right words to comfort you. He helped my mother, myself, and my siblings through the loss of my father. His support was truly unforgettable. He will greatly be missed.

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Ellen La'Kay
December 21, 2022 at 2:35 am

With deepest sympathy. I thank our Father in heaven for introducing you via – YouTube into my life. Your positive prayers carried me in my deepest moments of despair. It grieves me to know you have transition. However I do know you have served your purpose well on the earth. Thank you my friend. May you rest peaceful. Shalom!

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Randy and Kathie Bobbitt
December 27, 2022 at 10:26 am

Chris brought the Daily Word to life for us in the late 80’s in Rockford, IL. He was an iconic speaker that always created an vivid story every Sunday as he did every day to the end. We were very blessed to experience this man who brought us into Unity and was a great friend.

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Margaret L Garvin
January 12, 2023 at 2:19 am

I, like so many others who have shared their condolences, Rev. Chris was such a shining beacon who radiated love and joy. I met him in early 2000 and over the years I was blessed by his friendship. Although I have been incredibly saddened by his passing, his memory will live on in my heart. He made a positive impact, and I was always amazed how his Daily Inspiration often touched on something I was dealing with. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this sad time.

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joan Vann
January 13, 2023 at 3:17 pm

God bless you Rev Chenoweth. you are love personified and now with angels. your Earth Walk was powerful and loving. thank you.

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