Glenn reflects on his relationship with ailing friend Ken Hutcherson

Last night, Glenn tweeted out that he had heard that Pastor Ken Hutcherson doesn’t have much time left on Earth.

In his Morning Meeting today, Glenn and the rest of the staff recalled some of their favorite stories about Hutch, and shared their sadness over the coming loss of such a good man and friend.

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  • frank tomasic

    god rest his soul and bless his family.

  • R Stacey Lee

    What a great man he is….and what a great friend you are, Glenn…

  • Amy Hatch

    I truly love the man you have become since your days at Fox. We are walking with you Glenn. Bless you for choosing goodness, and I pray you all have many more days and opportunities to bless others.

  • Tone Griffey

    we are with you glenn. in prayer brother. matthew18:18-20

  • Tone Griffey

    we are with you glenn. in prayer brother. matthew18:18-20

  • Anonymous

    We’re all dying. It’s about how you live that matters. When someone has lived a good, honest life filled with love, he will take a small piece of your heart when he’s gone. That’s what hurts. But when you meet again, he will give it back to you and you will know him and your heart will be healed.

  • Michael

    There are a few people in the world who’s light casts out the darkness for those around them. When their light goes out… only darkness is left. I have lost a few like that and I think of them often. Heaven is a better place now that they are there.

  • Anonymous

    Once in a while- there is a good man placed on the earth that we can try to emulate- I have always enjoyed listening to Hutch whenever he’s on- he’s a good, decent man with a strong faith in God and loves his family- things I try to adhere to as well. God Bless & God Speed Hutch!!

  • Thomas Parkin

    I feel for your loss, Mr. Glenn. Remember as we say in THE program: The TEACHER appears when the student is READY. Sometimes the teacher remains for a life time, sometimes only for a few steps. God Bless !

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8FvmesaxXg Sam Fisher

    We should not morn but be thankful for the time we have him here and the time he will be spending in heaven with our Lord.

  • Anonymous

    I loved the last moment. Today that message has come at me from so many angles that I will take it personally and go get stuff done, but it was watching this that was that final nudge.
    I’m praying for Hutch and his family and all those at The Blaze who have been touched by his life. God speed brother Ken!

  • Anonymous

    I am SOOO sad… I will miss him dearly… and I will never hear, “Hump DAAAAAY” again without thinking about Pastor Hutch…

  • Anonymous

    I feel so blessed to have been there in DC when Glenn and Hutch were there! I yelled out, “Hutch” and he heard me and waved! What a great man!

  • Anonymous

    yes!!! You should make a movie!!!

  • Anonymous

    Oh no! This is the man that Rush Limbaugh always has on to talk about Super Bowl predictions. I know they are good friends also. So sad…..

  • applepiefaced

    Prayers for you, Glenn, and his family….for everyone.

  • Guest

    I agree with you 100%! I’ve told my kids from an age when they might understand that we start dying the day we are born; some of us make in for only a few hours, most for many years and even a few for many, many years, but the process is a natural one and not to be feared; and as you state, it’s what we do with those years that matters – how kind are we to others, how helpful to those in need..! It is not easy to lose someone, certainly, but for me personally, when I grieve, it’s not for the person who passes on; it’s for me, who will no longer have that person in my life! Grief is a process – albeit a selfish one!

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    Maurice E. Gilbert Sr.

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    I agree with you 100%! I’ve told my kids, from an age when they might understand, that we start dying the day we are born; some of us make it for only a few hours, most for many years and even a few for many, many years, but the process is a natural one and not to be feared; and as you state, it’s what we do with those
    years that matters – how kind are we to others, how helpful to those in need..! It is not easy to lose someone, certainly, but for me personally, when I grieve, it’s not for the person who passes on; it’s for me, who will no longer have that person in my life! Grief is a process – albeit a selfish one!

  • Maurice E. Gilbert Sr.

    I agree with you 100%! I’ve told my kids, from an age when they might
    understand, that we start dying the day we are born; some of us make it
    for only a few hours, most for many years and even a few for many, many
    years, but the process is a natural one and not to be feared; and as you
    state, it’s what we do with those
    years that matters – how kind are
    we to others, how helpful to those in need..! It is not easy to lose
    someone, certainly, but for me personally, when I grieve, it’s not for
    the person who passes on; it’s for me, who will no longer have that person in my life! To me, grief is a process, albeit a selfish one!