I have a two-fold goal: honoring Senator McCain and his family while at the same time giving people the hope of the gospel through the welcome and through the close. I’d love to begin the service with 1 Thessalonians 4 and end the service with the hope of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Thankfully, McCain professed Christianity. This is a great time for me to share with people why this service is a celebration of life. I’m going to go into the gospel very clearly—Christianity 101. We sometimes make evangelism harder than it is, and we forget that the gospel can speak for itself. It doesn’t need our help. If I read John 3:16, that will be powerful enough.