As for us, our life is like grass.
We grow and flourish like wild flower;
Then the wind blows on it, and it is gone. Burial scheduled August 07, 2010
No one sees it again.
But for those who honor the Lord,
His love last forever,
And His goodness
  • 62 years old
  • Born on November 27, 1947 in Weh, North West Province, Cameroon.
  • Passed away on July 11, 2010 in Weh, North West Province, Cameroon.

 This venerated scholar is a product of CPC Bali, CCAST Bambili, Faculty of Protestant Theology Yaounde, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA and the Faculty of Divinity in the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.   

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Posted by Abang Simeon on 11th July 2017
You planted the seed, It was just a very tiny seed, From blessed hands and with a loving heart. The seed was sown on good soil. Seven years have passed and the seed has gained roots. It is growing and spreading. Turn and look: it has got many branches, Birds are nesting in its branches and eating its fruit. Be happy where you are! You did not labor in vain.
Posted by Lemme Tangyie on 11th July 2017
Uncle Pastor, your spirit will continue to live on in our hearts. It's seven years today since you were separated from us. Our actions are guided by the sermons you taught us. I light a candle for you today Uncle. Love always!
Posted by Emmanuel Kengnjisu Mundi on 12th July 2016
Mike, Six years since? I cannot believe. Sleep in the Lord and in Peace Amen.
Posted by Sara Bame on 11th July 2016
You are in our hearts forever.
Posted by Maggie Abam-DePass on 11th July 2016
I write with a very heavy heart today because I miss your soft and gentle voice. Rest in Peace, Uncle Pastor.
Posted by Abang Simeon on 11th July 2016
Daddy, six years have passed, yet it seems as if it was yesterday that you left us.Now I know you have gone to the "Land of no turning back" You cannot come back and I know why; where you are, everyone loves you unlike here. The good seed you planted in good faith is doing good. No amount of heat can cause it to wither. It is growing. You are nearer to the Lord, intercede for us.
Posted by Lemme Tangyie on 11th July 2016
A special smile A special face In our hearts A special place A special voice A special way In our lives A special touch Memories are a gift to treasure Ours of you will last forever. Dearest Uncle Pastor Six years today seems like yesterday. Feels like you're only a phone call away. I know you're watching over us and asking God to touch us in our own special way. You're loved and missed very much. Till we meet again, Uncle, I lay a flower for you
Posted by Lemme Tangyie on 11th July 2015
God will link the broken chain, As one by one we meet again. In our hearts you will always stay, Loved and remembered every day. Tenderly we treasure the past, With memories that will always last. Time may pass and fade away, But memories of you will always stay. Uncle Pastor. 5 years today have gone by since you passed away. The way I miss you is different now. I still hear your calm but reassuring voice ushering me through life's ups and downs and I know that you're around. Until God links the broken chain, In memory's garden we meet everyday.
Posted by Rose Caspa on 14th July 2014
Father, the flame you lit in our hearts stays alight and we trust God on a daily basis to help us keep it burning to His glory.
Posted by Lemme Tangyie on 11th July 2014
Uncle Pastor: Four Years have gone by since we were physically separated from you but we would never be separated spiritually. You live in me through all the memories I have of you. I am comforted and I know you are as well. Continue to smile down on me and intercede on my behalf. Thank you spiritual father.
Posted by STELLA CHO Nee Fobid on 23rd April 2014
Yes Uncle every Easter I found myself lost because I can't have the Easter feeling and joy you bring to us while celebrating Easter and I will see myself in patmos matching with our palms. missed you so much.
Posted by Abang Simeon on 22nd April 2014
Daddy, you left so soon when there was still so much for me to learn. I wish you could tell me now if I am continuing with the work well. I have so many questions which only you could answer but you are not there. Daddy, I am missing you.
Posted by NDIKUM AZIEH on 27th November 2013
Time has past , our memories remember as if the 7th of August 2010 in Weh was yesterday. How long will it take weh, menchum, the North West and Cameroon to have such a venerated theologian, academician. Those who fought the values you stood for a struggling to adapt to such values. Daddy we miss you. LYNNE AND DENIS
Posted by GODLOVE KUM on 27th November 2013
Pastor Bame Bame, on this 66th year of the anniversary of your birth, I remember your birth day, not your death and celebrate your life's works and achievements and contribution to humanity. Cherished, loved and missed for ever... RIP
Posted by Paul Enyih on 8th December 2012
My dear Mik
Posted by Paul Enyih on 8th December 2012
Mike, Fondly remembered. May what you left behind continue to grow abundantly.
Posted by Wilson Nyah on 8th December 2012
Dear Uncle Pastor, If I could speak with you one last time, I'd say Thank You for the difference you made in my life. The weekends I spent with you and Auntie Anne at Djongolo helped build my character and without question made me a better man. Eventhough you are not here, I know you are watching over me and I'll always strive to make you proud.
Posted by Buh Ephraim Mai on 1st December 2012
Life is more meaningful it we live it well that is why we will forevermissed you for you understool that life was not all about you but how many people you touch with your love is what keep us thinking about u stay bless as you enjoy the meaningful part of your life now
Posted by Emmanuel Ambe on 16th August 2012
You were a light to the world and especially to Cameroonians. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by NDIKUM AZIEH on 30th July 2012
Your memory will never cease to remind us of the virtues you stood for. You made in this sinful world a special spiritual life for many. In your name, many families are together and will always be together. We will always remember and missed you till we meet to part no more in the glory of God. LYNNE AND DENIS
Posted by Esther Ndingsa on 11th July 2012
Dady Bame you were a wonder inspiration to me, I will keep the faith and continue to trust God. I know you no doubt in the precious bossom fo the Most High God. The FC is dwindling but we are pulling along.
Posted by Lemme Tangyie on 11th July 2012
Your presence is still vivid in my heart. Your voice, your words, your guardianship, I feel daily. I still hear your sermon closings, "World without end, Amen". As a kid it was so reassuring hearing that. I would say," if Uncle Pastor says that then it's true, the world will never end". It's not the world that ends, but our physical presence on this earth. I'm comforted by you.
Posted by ABRAHAM AKIH on 11th July 2012
How time flies!!! Prof you have been gone for two full years and the memories as still fresh as if it were yesterday. We pray the legacy you left behind continues to inspire hearts and lives to serve the heavenly Lord in truth and in spirit. Blessings as you live in the abode of the Almighty God. Shalom!!!
Posted by Juana Juliana on 29th June 2012
We miss you dad.As the days go by, we understand and appreciate much more the spiritual things you taught us.We love you!
Posted by Anagho Gilbert Bame on 13th March 2012
What a humble and wise man! we promise to live after the counsel you left behind to keep the candle burning . Rest in peace
Posted by Lemme Tangyie on 11th July 2011
Uncle Pastor, today marks a year since you left us behind and answered your heavenly call. I know you are smiling down on us from above. Keep watch over us. We love you and miss you dearly. xoxoxo
Posted by Georges Tegha M.Div. on 3rd May 2011
Josefa and I are still preparing for the Day of your Celebration of your transition to the eternal world of peace prepared for you by our God and your ancestors. May your fruits, left behind be a proof of your life after life. May you be joyous! We
Posted by Fuhbang Emmanuel Tanifum on 18th April 2011
'fides quaerens intellectum',a golden principle you imparted in me.I wish if I had it all under your mentorship Dad.Not my will but yours Lord.
Posted by Pam Tah on 6th December 2010
Words could never express the sadness and sorry that is felt when someone so special, dear and impactful leaves us behind. We look forward to meeting you again in all the glory of our good lord. You served him well so farewell great child of God.
Posted by Rose Caspa on 3rd November 2010
Sometimes I still hear your gentle but firm voice speaking in several situations. Sometimes you seem so very much around, eventhough my eyes can't see you. Thanks for being the father and Shepherd that you've always been. I miss and will forever remember you for the values you sowed in me. Rest in the Lord's Peace.
Posted by Sammy Chumfong on 18th October 2010
It's part of a journey you took gladly. You fought the good fight. Emy and I will miss you till our reunion in glory. Ni Samuel and Aunty Emy Chumfong
Posted by Blaise Kengjise on 18th October 2010
Rest in perfect peace Pastor,may you be rocked in Abraham's bosom.My deep condolences to the entire Bame's family.
Posted by Lemme Tangyie on 4th October 2010
Uncle Pastor, I miss you!!! I recall those days at home at the Faculty of Theology when I kept you on your toes by doing everything you cautioned me from doing. I think of the day I ate the guava off the tree but did not pluck it and when you found it, I lied telling you a bird ate it. Oh there are many such tales I would be telling Ferrin about you when she grows up. Your spirit be at Peace.
Posted by FRANCIS ANANE on 4th October 2010
Just this afternoon I recalled and recounted an advice you gave me some 26 years ago. I searched for you on the Web only to be hit by the news of your depart to eternal rest. Doc., you will forever be missed. My daughter, named after lovely your wife - Aunty Anne, is a constant reminder of your goodness, kindness and love for my family. You are gone but your good works linger on. We love you.
Posted by Stella Tembunde on 31st August 2010
Two of your legacies were LOVE and FAITHFULNESS. I will never forget your soft, caring, and encouraging voice as you admonished me to remain prayerful and trust God to fight my battles. I know for sure your heavenly crown is enormous! Uncle Pastor, you will be greatly missed.
Posted by ABRAHAM AKIH on 30th August 2010
HI PROF, You ran a good race, fought a good fight and kept the faith. You are now being rewarded for being a good soldier of the Lord. We will in our own little way keep the flame of God's Word and Spirit burning as we remember you our mentor in the ministry. Rest in Peace!!! Yes Rest with the Lord in the heavenly city where all pain and suffering is gone.
Posted by Rose Mefor on 30th August 2010
Daddy Pastor, you signalled us well before hand but we couldnt understand. All thesame you had to go bcos the lord needed you. We miss you, but we will follow your steps so that we can catch-up with you on the last day.
Posted by TEM DK on 30th August 2010
Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed and very dear. We hope to emulate your lifestyle. Rest in Peace Professor...
Posted by Pearly Ejedepang-Koge on 29th August 2010
That voice!!! I can hear it now and have been hearing it on most Sundays and Communion services in over 30 years. I always did tell Sarah, he made such a huge impact in my life. I love spending Sunday afternoons with him and oh...those lunches were so delightful. Thanx for being in my life, Uncle and may your soul rest in perfect peace. You will be dearly missed by all. Take heart, Bame family!
Posted by Patrick KUM BONG AKWA on 13th August 2010
Fare thee well illustrious son of WEH. Thank you for the several footprints you left on the sands of time in Cameroon and elsewhere and particularly in and for the the honour of our village
Posted by Miranda Kahndi on 10th August 2010
Daddy, I did not know God was going to call you this soon to HIS side, but HE did. May your soul rest in perfect peace till we meet again.
Posted by STELLA CHO Nee Fobid on 9th August 2010
I will forever missed that soft voice that not only makes me aware of the reality of GOD but makes me feel His presences in my life.Uncle you showed me how to do it. Thank you. I LOVE YOU.
Posted by Wilfred Mbacham on 9th August 2010
And so the Rabbi, was laid to rest. And when the gong rang - none of us was ready for it. The many different incomplete assignments he left will be filled at a pace only ordained by Christ alone. for that, God will bless us all to take it a day at a time.
Posted by Winifred Angwi on 8th August 2010
Posted by Nkam Mongwa on 7th August 2010
I’ve waited for today August 7, 2010 his burial day to light a candle in remembrance of Rev Prof Michael Bame Bame, one of my very few father figures and heroes. To God be the glory great servants He hath given and taken from us.
Posted by Robert Atogho on 6th August 2010
Thank you for the love you showed us. You have gone to meet your father. Rest in peace.
Posted by Ambassador Nelson Bame on 5th August 2010
My Beloved Daddy, You left me so soon, so far away, so unexpected; You left me so shocked, so weak; You left me so young, so tender and so tranquil; You left your grand children so young and innocen
Posted by Paul Enyih on 5th August 2010
Michael Fuh Bame Many thanks for what God gave you, and, What you generously have left behind and May to God Be The Glory.
Posted by Larry E Yong-Echaw on 5th August 2010
Dear Professor Bame: We all remember your kindness, your reverence for the Lord, and the sense of justice and truth that you represent. Your example will remain an inspiration forever.
Posted by Alice Mundi Mundi on 30th July 2010
You accomplished your Pastoral mission with meekness and readiness. 9yrs ago, July 9,2001, you promptly responded to our mid-day call, to come anoint our dying son, Maneh Mundi. The storm is over. We love you.

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