Soon after, Satterfield took to his churche's Facebook page, writing: 'Today (January 16, 2018), the meteor prophecy from I Am Church Senior Pastor was fulfilled.' 'It was prophesied that a meteor would hit the Great Lakes, and it would be felt not only in Michigan, but also in Ohio and Canada..symbolic to what God is bringing to this region!
We invite you to be apart of the Jesus Movement at I AM Church this Sunday! Satterfield told the Detroit Free Press he has heard from hundreds of people since the meteor hit, noting that the event was an auspicious sign for good things to come.
He was riding in the passenger seat of a van that was traveling on Interstate 75.
The Genesee County Sheriff's Office said the large rock struck the father-of-four in the head when it came crashing through the windshield. He was then rushed to the Hurley Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.
One of the teens dropped the large rock from an overpass.
The rock smashed through the couple's windshield and struck Sharon in the head.
He was 55, and the couple had four children - daughter Kaylee and sons Lucas, James and Joe.
A pastor in Michigan claims that his prediction that a fireball would fall from the sky and drop over the southeast past of the state has come true.Pastor Rick Satterfield, 59, with I Am Church in South Rockwood, Michigan, said in a video that his premonition came to him this past New Year's Eve.'I had a dream that a meteor was coming to the Great Lakes and it was gonna hit Michigan,' Satterfield said in the clip posted on December 31, 2017.Kenneth Andrew White (pictured), 32, was on his way home from a construction job when tragedy struck.He was riding in the passenger seat of a van that was traveling on Interstate 75 when the rock came crashing through the windshield The Genesee County Sheriff's Office said the large rock struck the father-of-four smashed the windshield of the van (left). Two large rocks were also found on the highway Officers said the incident happened just before 8.30pm on Wednesday near the Dodge Road overpass in Vienna Township, which is about 16 miles from Flint.Photos of the scene show a gaping hole in the windshield of a white van with a ladder fastened on top. According to MLive, there were four other vehicles that reported hitting other large rocks on the highway.