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Tributes paid to prayer warrior Anne 

Anne Leguen de Lacroix
Tributes have been paid to Anne Leguen de Lacroix, team member of Norfolk Christian organisation Call to Prayer. Jill Gower pays a personal tribute.



Our lovely Anne Leguen de Lacroix, a very dear friend, and team member of Call to Prayer, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday 27th January 2016. 

Anne was always a great supporter of us all at Call to Prayer, and we shall miss her so much.  She was an incredible prayer warrior, and her love for Jesus shone through her at all times.  She was full of passion and encouraged so many of us in our walk with Jesus. 
 
She had a heart for young people, and longed for them to be all they could be in Christ, to walk free of all that hindered them and to achieve great things in the Kingdom.  She would run with them, and we all had a job to keep up with her!
 
Over the years of ministry she has seen such incredible fruit, and has touched so many lives, and helped so many people.   She was always a great joy to be around, and her smile was infectious.
 
We feel quite sure now in Jesus’ safe arms, He will say to her, “Well done, good and faithful servant”

All are invited to thanksgiving memorial service on Thursday 11 February at 2pm St Edmunds Church Southwold.  No black or flowers please but donations to Marie Curie Nurses appreciated.

Please add your tributes or memories of Anne below.


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