Judith Ann Knight

Born in Forbes, NSW, Australia on 5 February 1953
Passed away on 30 May 2016
Late of Cardiff South
Aged 63 years
Dearly loved wife of Will. Much loved mother and mother-in-law of Sharon and Scott, and Paul. Loving Nan to Amey, Jack (dec'd), Katie,... Read more
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I can't make it to the memorial because I am in Lithuania learning a new language and one of the main reasons I am here is because Judith believed in me. In 2010 I did my phase 1 with her and her team and she creates such a great space to figure out things, to learn, to get deep with God. I fell in love with curriculums and having high standards for training and educating. I completed my phase 2 with her at Tahlee and our friendship became one of creative discussion and awe.

Judith kept talking through things with me that would blow my mind in their possibility. Things way out of my imagination became reality, and not only reality but a reality that I got to influence. Just before leaving Australia I remember sitting in a new cafe that made super healthy food. We spoke of such beautiful things. How classrooms can be completely recreated. How the uniqueness God has put in each of us can increase a classrooms effectiveness instead of dragging it behind. We laughed, we exchanged creative ways that we study for ourselves. And then I flew out a week later.

Judith it sucks I didn't get to see you again. I sucks that every time I come home you won't be there. It sucks that your death hurts and will hurt. But my life will never be the same because of you. The way i see God, the way i see myself. The way i see possibilities is all better because of your love and friendship. Because of your incredible mind and your beautiful heart. I love you. I miss you. But the celebration we will have when I see you again will be incredible.

Jesus, please hold Will tightly to your chest. Surround Tribe to Tribe and their outlying community with your love and comfort. And let Judiths love and genius echo through us for a long time.

Jeremy Randall lit a candle for Judith Ann Knight
My sympathies to Will, your family and all the YWAM family on the passing of Judith. Well done, good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of your Master.
Ian Cowling lit a candle for Judith Ann Knight