John Ridley Obituary, Death – It is with deep regret that we must be the ones to inform each of you of the passing of Pastor John Ridley early this morning. He will be sorely missed by everyone. Our hearts go out to you on the passing of your loved one. We are filled with an overwhelming sense of sympathy for the loss that you have gone through. In 1974, Pastor Ridley became a member of the staff at Portlife with the intention of assuming responsibility for the church’s pastoral care. This was his motivation for joining the organization. Beginning in 1975 and continuing in that role until the end of his tenure in 1981, he presided over our congregation as Senior Pastor.
He was a man who served God with undying devotion and possessed a heart that was overflowing with compassion for others, most notably for Jesus. He was a man who served God with undying devotion and had a heart that was overflowing with compassion for others. He was a man with a heart that was filled to the brim with compassion for others, and he served God with an undying devotion. In 1976, he was one of the driving forces behind the establishment of the first independent Christian school in South Australia, which was also spearheaded by Margaret McIntyre. Margaret McIntyre was also one of the driving forces behind the establishment of the school.
Margaret McIntyre was also one of the people who was instrumental in establishing the school. She was one of the driving forces. Margaret McIntyre was one of the many individuals who played an important role in the establishment of the school. She was a key factor in making things happen. That college, which is now known as Portside Christian College, is flourishing more and more as time goes on, and the institution is changing its name to reflect this growth and success.
He was an exceptional person who stood out from the rest of the crowd and was one of a kind. He was truly remarkable. Not only was he generous and selfless, but he was also charitable and had a broad perspective, both of which are qualities that reflect Christlikeness. Because he is not here with us, we are going to have a significant amount of difficulty in resolving whatever issues arise.