Amie Patrick Wiki – Amie Patrick Biography
Amie Patrick is wife to Darrin, lead pastor of The Journey in St. Louis. Married for 20 years, Darrin and Amie have 4 children, and have served in a variety of ministry roles together. Amie holds a degree in music education and is passionate about leadership, teaching women to practically apply the gospel to all areas of their lives, and helping pastors’ and church planters’ wives thrive in their calling. Amie and Darrin are the authors of The Dude’s Guide to Marriage: Ten Skills Every Husband Must Develop to Love His Wife Well (Thomas Nelson, forthcoming 2015).
She was married to Darrin Patrick
The couple have 4 children
Darrin Patrick Death and Cause of Death
He died on May 7, 2020, at the age of 49, The Seacoast Church released a statement on May 8 about the pastor’s death, which he said was sudden. No cause of death or date of death has been provided at this time. The statement says in part: “We are saddened to announce the sudden passing of Pastor Darrin Patrick. Darrin was a beloved member of the Seacoast family, faculty, and pastoral staff, and we are mourning his loss. Darrin had a gift to teach the Word and a heart to encourage other pastors.
“Darrin was target shooting with a friend at the time of his death. An official cause of death has not been released but it appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. No foul play is suspected,” Seacoast Church shared in an update Friday evening after announcing his death earlier in the day.
The police investigation into the incident is ongoing and it’s unknown whether the self-inflicted gunshot wound was “intentional or unintentional,” a representative from the church told The Christian Post on Saturday.
Amie said Patrick “was the rock of our family, the great love of my life, and a fiercely devoted father to our amazing children. He was a dynamic force of nature, deeply passionate and so, so fun. Mostly though, he loved God and people in ways that will challenge me for the rest of my days. And he loved me so well… I learned so much about how God loves me through the ways that my husband saw me, knew me, and cared for me. We will be a mess for a good while, but we will be ok. We grieve deeply with unwavering hope that this world is not the end and that we will see our Darrin again.”