• The late evangelist and ordained minister lost his life in a plane crash almost 10 years ago.
Media personality Sheila Mwanyigha has revealed she is working on a project alongside kids to the late Myles Monroe.
The late evangelist and ordained minister lost his life in a plane crash almost 10 years ago.
Before his death, he had had an interview with Sheila Mwanyigha, at the time she was hosting AMLive.
Through her socials, Mwanyigha says she has been working alongside MOnroe's kids to produce a film celebrating his life.
"Next month shall mark 10 years since I sat down for a chat with one of the most phenomenal teachers of our time.
Dr. Myles Munroe stopped by the AMLive morning show and we spoke about vision, purpose and so much more. I didn’t know it then, but he taught me to know the difference between your job and your work, and that carried me through the transition from working for a media group to being a media group."
Tragedy struck a year later, Dr. Munroe and his wife were among 9 victims of a plane crash."
"His children Charisa and Myles have been working on a documentary that celebrates his life and they were recently in Kenya. It’s taken a few years to produce the film and I’m glad we finally met with each other to celebrate a wonderful leader, evangelist, and speaker."
Munroe and his wife died in a plane crash on November 9, 2014.
Bahamian officials stated their aircraft struck a crane at a ship yard near Grand Bahama International Airport.
Munroe and the other passengers were heading to Grand Bahama for a conference.
He died aged 60.