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Church Youth Director Dies In Car Crash Hours After Preaching About Heaven.

A seminary student died in a vehicle accident last week, just hours after preaching about paradise.

According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Caylee Dugger, a church youth director, died in a three-vehicle accident last Thursday while the other drivers survived. She was 30 years old when she died.

She also went to Midwestern Seminary, where she was set to graduate this spring with a Master of Theological Studies in missions.

Pastor Mike Parrett of First Baptist Church North Kansas City in Missouri highlighted Dugger’s death and noted that she had presented a lesson on the promises of heaven, as seen in Revelation 7:9-17, during a sermon on Sunday.

Dugger recognized the Lord Jesus Christ and had hope, stated Parrett. Her final day of teaching here was Thursday morning.

The topic of the biblical passage is God’s adoration and His protection in heaven.

“For the Lamb at the center of the throne will be their shepherd; He will lead them to springs of living water. And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes,” says verse 17.

Cayle sits on the Lord’s throne. And He is with her, and she is with Him, and she is praising Him, and He is loving her, he said.

The church also played a video of Duggar performing her own song, “Hands.”

In the middle of adversity, one may have faith that if one is in God’s hands, they are protected and secure, and the pain is never in vain, she remarked.

A GoFundMe page for Dugger’s family was set up earlier this week, and as of Thursday, it had collected $24,000.

Their family endured unimaginable sorrow when their sister, Caylee, was killed in a vehicle accident in Oklahoma while driving from Kansas City to Texas on Thursday, according to a GoFundMe description. Her untimely death has left a hole in their hearts as well as numerous unanticipated bills.

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