HGH started working on the Navajo Nation in the mid 1990’s. Harry Coleman was one of the first friends we made, and it ended up to be a friendship that was nurtured and became long lasting. Harry was a jokester. I used to tell people, only believe half of what he tells you. As our friendship grew I would share the Gospel with Harry. I remember riding in his truck multiple time’s, just he and I, to go and pick up hay. I would get so frustrated because I so desperately wanted my friend to come to know Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior, he just wasn’t ready yet. I think it was our second annual Christmas outreach in Kaibeto I was standing alongside pastor Stan as he was presenting a plan of salvation and calling people forward to receive Jesus Christ. Out of the corner of my eye I saw Harry walking forward, I was getting excited, this was it, this was the time I was going to pray with Harry to receive Christ. Half way up he stopped to talk to a member of our team, I thought to myself, keep walking Harry, keep walking, he didn’t. When pastor Stan finished preaching and our team was preparing to serve the community Christmas dinner, Harry and the team member he stopped to talk with came to me and they told me Harry accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. We hugged, we cried, what a God moment it was. Today, 8/17/2020 Harry went home to be with the Lord. As I’m writing this tears are streaming down my face, I love you Harry, until we meet again my friend.