And God shall wipe away all tears..and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. Rev 21:4
  • 47 years old
  • Born on March 5, 1971 in Asaba, Delta, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on January 12, 2019 in Ibadan, Oyo, Nigeria.

We remember with love, ANNE ADEWAKUN, 47 years old , born on March 5, 1971 who passed away on January 12, 2019.

We will never forget her!

Please drop a tribute, leave stories you shared with Anne and pictures of your time together!

Posted by Biodun Bamgboye on June 28, 2019
Still can't believe you're gone Anne. I still miss your laughter and your strength.
Posted by ABIODUN OLATUNJI on April 26, 2019
Posted by Oluwa Seun on April 26, 2019
Hmmm! Pastor Anne, I always call you mum because you are truly a mother. I have known you to be a mum that always want good for people and stand on truth. Wow! You always want me to believe in many things. Seriously, I am speechless because I am still finding it difficult to believe that you are gone. I tried not to be deluded about your death but truly you are gone. Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that I feel for the passing of our mother (Pastor Anne). I loved too much and I lost. Today you’re not where you were, but you will always be in my heart. God rest you in peace, our dear mother ( Pastor Anne )
My condolences to the family, Adewakun.
Seun Julius.
Posted by Vienney Oputah on April 21, 2019
Its been 99days, but God is still FAITHFUL.
For God, who said, “Let there be light in the darkness,” has made this light shine in our hearts so we could know the glory of God that is seen in the face of Jesus Christ. 2 corinthians 4:6
Even in darkness light dawns for the righteous.... psalm 112:4
We are made FOREVER righteous by Jesus Blood.
Anne, the hope of seeing you again is alive in me.
Posted by VIVIEN ALBERT on April 16, 2019
Good morning Sis.
I say Good morning cos the morning will always be good with you in my memory.
The imperfectly perfect love you have shown will forever be sown in my heart.
Your smile shines like the morning sun. Pure and sweet.
You are closest definition of a mum I know and I will keep those memories to my heart.
I will not relent in showing the same love to the beautiful ones you left behind.
I will love them with all that it takes.
You are not in this body that we lay to rest, but it's our last respect to your beautiful soul.
You smile down from heaven with sweet fondness.. my God...those lovely white teeth in your smile bearing all the sweetness.
I don't cry for you cos I see u smiling daily but my tears are cos I truly miss you.
You remain my most imperfectly perfect sister and mum.
Looking forward to when we can rock heaven together.
Until then, keep looking down with your smile.
Posted by Oluwafunmilayo Olalusi on April 14, 2019
Dear Anne! Whether you are here on the earth with us or there in heaven with God, it means the same to God because He owns you, your location not withstanding.
However, to us, it hurts because you left us TOO SOON. Like Paul the Apostle said, you are more valuable to us being with us physically. Your untimely translation to the bosom of your Father and ours leaves a big vacuum which only God knows how to fill.
You are now a Saint, rejoicing endlessly in the presence of your Maker. My request is that you ensure that Kayode, your Darling husband (Honey) and the children are not stranded in life by presenting them to Jesus daily as your most pressing request. May they love God more and more to perfection and fulfill destiny in a grand style.
Adieu my lovely sister. Keep resting on.
From Dr Mrs Oluwafunmilayo Olalusi
Posted by Kalu Solomon E. on April 14, 2019
Death is like a thief in the middle of the night, it break into our hearts with deep pain, sorrow, & render us speechless.
A virtue & a special woman, a woman of dignity & substance, a woman of beauty, a woman full of wisdom. I miss all the moment we shared together, your advice, your care, your encouragement, your song & your smile. You are such a lovely mother to us in TRP, everybody wish to have you as mother, sister, pastor, friend...
.....Rest On God's General
.....Rest On Nee Oputa.
Posted by Shalom Nnadi on April 13, 2019
I remember her warm and welcoming smile and how she spoke to me like she would her own.I see her beauty in the values she taught her children and it’s no doubt that a wonderful loving mom is only an understatement to all that she was. Rest In Peace Mrs. Adewakun.
Posted by Favour Onwuneme on April 13, 2019
I was in shock when I heard Mrs. Adewakun passed away and I’m even still in shock while typing this. I have no doubt that she lived an extraordinary life and anyone that has ever come in contact with her can testify to that. I pray for nothing but joy, peace and comfort for her immediate family. Rest In Peace Mrs Adewakun.
Posted by Ruth Danjuma on April 13, 2019
We met a few times in AIC. The word she spoke to us kept me going. No words can describe her personality. It was beautiful. Forever in our hearts. Thank God for bringing her to us. Psalm 116:15♥️♥️
Posted by P Nnadi on April 13, 2019
I reason it could only take a wonderful woman to raise such amazing kids along side her man. Personally, I never met her but I could always feel her beauty as a person reflecting off her daughters. It's a no brainer that she'd be missed. But I'm certain we'll all meet again.
Posted by Rachel Archibong on April 13, 2019
I was and I'm still in shock knowing that you're gone. But my joy is that you're in a better place, asleep in Jesus. You were a good mother and I've always admired you. Mummy you will forever be missed and your legacy will be forever remembered. To Steph, Eni and T-boy accept my condolences and do everything to make mummy smile as she continually looks down at you. Rest in peace and the bosom of the Most High, Mrs Adewakun. You'll be forever missed!
Posted by Rachael Mallam on April 13, 2019
You were an amazing woman whom everyone saw as a mother. Always there for everyone even when you didn’t have to be. You will be missed and continued to be loved. You’re an angel looking over all of us. Rest in peace Mrs Adewakun ❤️
Posted by Olusegun Jayeoba on April 13, 2019
The news of your death is still like a dream to me even till this very moment.
But we thank the Lord for the good life you have lived and your impact to this World.
May God comfort the entire family and the loved Ones in Jesus name.
I have been greatly blessed through your daily devotional.
Rest in Peace!!!
Posted by Abimiku Catherine on April 13, 2019
You have been the best mother to everyone mummy,one thing I know for sure is that your legacies and the good name remains forever, you hv been one of the nicest persons have met. Your memories will always remain with us. Rest On, till we meet to part no more Mum..
Posted by Taiwo Ajiboye on January 22, 2019
Mummy, I thank God for your life while on earth. You were a true soldier of Christ, worshipper and caring mother. It is so painful you left too soon but our consolation is that you are with the Lord. You live on in our hearts.
Rest on mum.
The church misses you.
I really miss you, mummy.
Posted by Timi Oladoke on January 19, 2019
Sorry, Oluka on the passing to glory of your beloved Anne. Be comforted with your children and take solace in the fact that she is with the Lord. Let us sorrow not as them that have no hope. Give thanks to God that she finished strong. May the Lord continue to uphold you and the children. Blessings of Christ.
Posted by Gbass Erebho on January 19, 2019
A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts, through us, they live on.
Pastor Anne will be terribly missed. She was loved by all of us and she will be cherished in our memories forever. Rest on Soldier
Posted by Olu George on January 18, 2019
We love you both in life and in sleep. Our only consolation is that you're absent from the body and present with the Lord which is far, far, far better. We mourn in hope knowing we shall meet again. May the Lord of all consolation comfort your wonderful husband and lovely children whom you left behind....
Posted by Tolulola George on January 18, 2019
Tolulola George
It would be a huge understatement to say that I am shocked.
You were a wonderful woman, wife, mother, friend and sister. My lasting memory of you is that of a woman who loved God greatly, people dearly and loved life richly.
May the Lord comfort Pst K and your beautiful family and all of us who loved you.
Good night my precious sister and comrade in arms. See you on ressurection morning....
Posted by Abby Fay on January 18, 2019
This is a big shock. Just a couple of months ago, we were discussing some programs to launch for her NGO. Pastor Ann was a remarkable woman who loved God and loved people. Ma, you will be greatly missed. May her soul rest in perfect peace. Sun re o.
Posted by Pwajok Nyam on January 18, 2019
Unbelievable! I am in shock.. I am speechless.. O Lord this is painful, yet we rest in your comforting arms. Our sister is with you Lord, where we will meet to part no more. Annie we will miss you dearly. Rest in peace my sister.
Posted by Jasmine Obogbaimhe on January 18, 2019
Dear mummy, words fail me to express the pain i feel to know you’re gone. It is yet so shocking to comprehend and process all of this.
Thank you for who you were. Thank you for your words of wisdom at every given time. Thank you for your love. Thank you for your prayers. You were a gem and you directly made an impact in my life.
I believe that death is just a passing time into glory. For people like you still live on as heaven rejoices on your arrival.
Rest well mummy.
Always and forever in my heart.
Posted by Aigbe Ostyn on January 18, 2019
Mum, I thank God for the opportunity to have sat under your ministration, to call you my Pastor, Mum and worship with you in God's presence.
I reminisce on all you said to me on January 1st, 2019. May the intent of your heart on that day come to pass.
The Church misses you.
I miss you, Mum.
Above all, I thank God for your life while here on earth.
And I am most certainly glad because I know you are joined with God our Creator.
Posted by Ruby Ochei on January 18, 2019
It's still a shock that mummy is gone!! I can remember shouting after I heard the news.... I was really hurt.... I remember mummy always coming for visiting days at school, always there to help Stephanie whenever something came up... I'm still in shock...But I know you're in a better place....... My condolences to The Adewakun's , God will forever be there you and he will fill up the space mummy has left, God bless and keep you all safe... To Steph; always remain a good girl and take care of daddy, eniola , and T boy including yourself... I love you all... God bless you ❤
Posted by Gbemisola Shodunke on January 18, 2019
Mrs Adewakun was an amazing mother even to those who were not her biological children.
She was one of the sweetest persons I’ve met. I met her while she always came visiting her children in secondary school, due to the fact that I am close friends with Feyi, Mrs Adewakun took care of me like I was her own daughter too.
I’ll be forever grateful for all she has done for me, the love, the feeding, the advices, everything.
I pray that her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Omolola Adebayo on January 18, 2019
Pastor Anne Adewakun, you stand as a tribute to all that surrounds you. A woman of beauty, in a sunset of desire.
We love you but God love's you most.
May God comfort Pastor K , your Children and the church of God you left behind.
Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Paul Kogolo on January 18, 2019
Really? Death is surely a neccessary end which will come when it will come (Shakespear). Where? When?? How??? remain the mysterious variables which only Him and Him alone can define.
Nneka, my adorable childhood friend, rest in the bossom of the Almighty. You have done your bit, you have won souls and evangelize for the liberation and possible salvation of many - The greatest task any man/woman can accomplish. I pray for divine consolation upon every member of your family whom you left behind. Rest In Perfect Peace.
Posted by Omolara Adeyemi on January 18, 2019
Oh death,where is your sting?
Oh grave,where is your victory?
Sleep on till resurrection morning dearly beloved where we shall meet at the feet of Jesus.
Posted by Chim Onyebilanma on January 18, 2019
Anne I didn’t realize that my visit to you and Kayode in November would be our last meeting. I remember the tribute I paid you as I said bye rushing to catch my flight. That tribute is still so true - You have been a gem in the life of my friend Kwaks. Your journey with him have transformed him for good. You have carried the weight of his calling and your family so graciously and with so much sacrifice.
My first thought when I heard you had left ahead of us was ‘how will Kayode manage?’ For you were his support. But like I told him. Our Lord who gave him Anne and who has chosen to call you home now, is still here and he will give him and your dear children their tomorrow. He has a plan and we will trust him. We expect and we are confident that he that has begun this good work and who does all things well, will be faithful to complete it. Bye for bow
Posted by Funmi Asaolu on January 18, 2019
Pastor Anne,
Our memory of you is blessed! I will remember you as bold, tenacious and very loving. Can still see your beautiful face with that hearty laugh. The Lord comforts Pastor Kayode deeply, the way only Him can do. He comforts the children, The Resting Place family, and indeed all of us families and friends in Jesus name. May we all finish strong. Till we meet on the Resurrection morning, rest on my darling big sister.
Posted by Akinwande Emmanuel on January 18, 2019
May her soul rest in peace. We loved you but God loved you more. Rest,Rest,Rest in the Lord. Till we meet again
Posted by Tolulope Onakoya Mama Ska... on January 18, 2019
O death where is your sting?!
My dear sister Anne, we met very briefly and we bonded like blood sisters!
I cherish those moments; how I wish we have more time together (in a relaxed environment). I take solace in Christ's loving provision for us. We will meet at the Master's feet on that Great feast of the Lamb, where there will be no more pain, or morning or sorrow.
May the Lord comfort your husband, children, your mum, siblings, the Church and all of us in Jesus mighty name. Amen
Sleep on beloved, we love you but God loves you more.
Posted by Olufunmilola Ozoh on January 18, 2019
Dear Anne, you will be missed terribly but we take solace in the fact that you are in a better place by pain, so sorrow, no sickness, no fear, no lack...
For if in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable.
"To live in the hearts of those you love, is
Never to die"
Posted by BANJI ADESANMI on January 18, 2019
"There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind" - C.S Lewis
You ran a good race,
You fought a good fight,
Kayode, Oluwafeyisade, Eniola and Tioluwani will be kept by the hand of the Lord and the foundation of Grace you left behind!
See you at the Master's feet!

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