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Conroy's Florist

5163 Jackson Drive
La Mesa, CA 91941
(619) 697-7001
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El Camino Memorial Park and Mortuaries Erickson Anderson Chapel

8390 Allison Avenue
La Mesa, CA 91941
(619) 466-3297
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Erickson Anderson LA Mesa Mortuary

8390 Allison Avenue
La Mesa, CA 91941
(619) 466-3297
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Funeraria Aztlan Mortuary Services

7856 La Mesa Boulevard
La Mesa, CA 91941
(619) 337-8100
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Tim LaHaye, evangelical author of 'Left Behind' book series, dies at 90 - Washington Post

Monday, August 01, 2016

LaHaye, an evangelical Christian pastor whose “Left Behind” book series enraptured tens of millions of readers with its fictionalized account of Jesus’ second coming, died July 25 at a hospital in La Mesa, Calif. He was 90.The cause was complications from a stroke, said Lamar Keener, executive director of the Evangelical Press Association.Dr. LaHaye and his wife, the former Beverly Ratcliffe, were two of the most influential evangelical leaders of the late 20th century, forming what Time magazine once called “the Christian power couple.” The duo defended traditional family values in a radio show and later a weekly television program and became national political figures in the late ’70s after organizing several pioneering evangelical political organizations.While preaching at Scott Memorial Baptist Church in the San Diego suburb of El Cajon, Dr. LaHaye formed Californians for Biblical Morality, which encouraged evangelicals in the state to become politically active. The group drew the attention of ­televangelist Jerry Falwell, who enlisted Dr. LaHaye to help form the Moral Majority organization that supported Republicans Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush before dissolving in the late ’80s.At the s...

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Tim LaHaye, evangelical author of 'Left Behind' book series, dies at 90 - Washington Post

Monday, August 01, 2016

LaHaye, an evangelical Christian pastor whose “Left Behind” book series enraptured tens of millions of readers with its fictionalized account of Jesus’ second coming, died July 25 at a hospital in La Mesa, Calif. He was 90.The cause was complications from a stroke, said Lamar Keener, executive director of the Evangelical Press Association.Dr. LaHaye and his wife, the former Beverly Ratcliffe, were two of the most influential evangelical leaders of the late 20th century, forming what Time magazine once called “the Christian power couple.” The duo defended traditional family values in a radio show and later a weekly television program and became national political figures in the late ’70s after organizing several pioneering evangelical political organizations.While preaching at Scott Memorial Baptist Church in the San Diego suburb of El Cajon, Dr. LaHaye formed Californians for Biblical Morality, which encouraged evangelicals in the state to become politically active. The group drew the attention of ­televangelist Jerry Falwell, who enlisted Dr. LaHaye to help form the Moral Majority organization that supported Republicans Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush before dissolving in the late ’80s.At the s...