Let the memory of Rev. Herbert be with us forever
  • 57 years old
  • Born on August 20, 1930 .
  • Passed away on January 8, 1988 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Rev. Herbert Gibson 57 years old , born on August 20, 1930 and passed away on January 8, 1988. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Phyllis Dane on January 17, 2019
It’s been 31 years Dad since you left us and I can tell you it isn’t any easier. If only I could talk to you and get your advice again. You are so missed and I am looking forward to that reunion where our circle won’t be broken anymore.
Posted by Amos Kutz on January 15, 2019
God bless the family of br Herbert Gibson, I never knew or heard of this man. But after hearing br Tommy Bates sing the song "Clap Your Hands" and mentioning that this dear br Gibson wrote it, I wanted to find out about him. Our former church "Happy Valley Church" in Tennessee also sang it too. It just blesses me so very much. When a man by heavenly inspiration writes a song, only heaven will reveal how far and deep that will go to be a blessing and help to folks. Amos in Christiansburg, Va
Posted by Deana Perkins on March 21, 2017
My dad sure does talk highly of this man. I never got a chance to know him or hear his good preaching and singing
Posted by Suzi Dilley on July 30, 2014
I remember Bro Gibson from the 70's have been to his church numerous times My Mother and Father Bill and Ethel Mays Held the highest esteem for Bro Gibson brought the church in Kentucky a long ways I would Love to hear his singing once again but I can't find it anywhere please share if possible
Posted by Paula Bowling on August 23, 2013
It's 2013, an I miss my mom and dad more now than I did then, people say it gets easier, but I think it gets harder. Everyday, my thought is on them, and I can hear them saying things to me all the time..I'm so proud to be called their daughter, and I'm so glad the wonderful value's they taught me...R.I.P. Mom an dad, REV. HERBERT AND ZONA GIBSON FROM THE HILLS OF KY.
Posted by Martha Couch on August 22, 2013
I miss you Dad and Mom. Sometimes I can't believe that the years just keep going. I really didn't expect them too. Love you both.
Posted by Joyce Neal on August 20, 2013
happy birthday Brother Gibson,Istill sing your songs,and now my daughter sings them,I still have the record,why should I worry when I'm in God's hand,my dad Pastor Ray Soard had you for revival,at Lincoln ave.church of God,his birthday was yesterday,he would have been 83,he's been gone 7 yrs.I now pastor the church,God bless your family.
Posted by Paula Bowling on August 20, 2013
Sure miss my dad
Posted by Paula Bowling on March 14, 2013
One of the most anointed preachers in these hills of ky. (My dad). He lived what he preached an he preached what he lived. I'm so glad I was raised by this little country preacher. I miss u dad. An I'm still singing an playing the piano. Something I've done since I was 5 yrs old.
Posted by Joyce Neal on January 4, 2013
he used to come to highway holliness church for revivals 35yrs ago Iloved his preaching and singing,I still have his records,I have a message he preached called why should I worry when I'm in Gods hand,I am now a pastor myself,I lost my dad,my pastor,6yrs ago to cancer,he preached 58yrs,he was one of those trail blazers too,I miss them.

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