Mark McGaughey

July 7, 2012

I could very easily write a story a day about Danny Mack. We preached prayed vacationed together we hunted fished cried shouted laughed till we almost died together.One of my favorites is fishing for crappie one night on David Woods pontoon boat,Danny thinking he was taking his regular night dose of his 15 pills grabbed the wrong pill bottle on the dark boat,well after taking about 30 excedrin migraine which is probably 100,000 milligrams of caffeine. He was up for 30 hours and the message he preached at camp the next morning is known to this day as the excedrin message. I MISS MY BUDDY.

Richard Drummond

July 6, 2012

I have so many wonderful memories of Danny Mac.  I have spent vacations, revivals and campmeetings with Danny over the last 25 yrs. Playing golf was always fun with Bro. Danny. At the end of every hole I would ask,”what did you have?”  His answer was always “5”. Didn’t matter if it was a an “8”, it was still a “5”. We would all laugh, and he’d say,”well,it should have been.” Thanks Danny for all the memories.

Sean Kirkland

July 1, 2012

I do not have any specific story, but I always enjoyed getting to pick and sing with Bro. Hall at my church or at Bro. Woods church. He taught me a lot, and I enjoyed his friendship, I will sorely miss him.

Daryn Kline

July 1, 2012

Do you remember the year Brother Skipper took his teens to a different teen camp, and they all hated it! They were back the next camp and Bro. Danny and another Preacher/Musician (I wanna say Bro. Jones from Ohio… Memory’s a bit tricky) took the old Folsom Prison song and re-wrote it dogging on him! Talking from the perspective of the teens that were “stuck” at the other camp… The only part I can remember was “…Our Pastor, Brother Skipper, Brought Us To This Dreadful Place, I’d Like To Take This Nasty Food And Rub It In His Face…I’m Stuck At Ceder River Time Keeps Draggin On…” Ha! It was all in fun, Brother Skipper had to laugh! I believe someone got it recorded. Would be nice to hear it again. Good memories!

Betsy LaRue

July 1, 2012

One of the many stories I remember about Bro. Danny is the time our family went to camp in MO, and our fuel filter went out on our van. We had no idea what we were going to do, and Bro. Danny came up and asked if we were ok. My husband proceeded to tell him what was the matter, and as he finished telling Bro. Danny, then Bro. Danny handed him a $50 bill. Bro. Danny went on to tell my husband about what the Lord told him to do with each $50 bill he received.  Bro. Danny will always be remembered in the Forrest LaRue family.

Keith Woodby

July 1, 2012

When I first went into evangelism, Bro Danny prayed with me one night in WV when I was beginning to get real discouraged. After prayer he gave some of the best (and Hardest) advice I ever received. He said, wait on the Lord Son, you don’t wanna get ahead of God. Since then, every time I wanted to run ahead I would hear his voice saying, “wait on the Lord son”. Thank you Bro Danny for being my friend!