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Apostle Francene Webb


Apostle Francene Lavon Webb was born on May 18, 1936, at Gallengher Hospital in Washington, D.C. to the late Blanch Washington and the late Francis Brown.  Apostle Francene attended the Bell Elementary School, Randall Jr. High School and Cardoza Sr. High School.  She further attended Margaret Murray Practical Nursing School from 1954-1956.  After graduation, she worked in many district hospitals and later worked 25 years at the Justice Department, Federal Government.

Apostle Francene attended the Evangel Church where she got her start in ministry as a Deacon and then God placed a higher call of ministry upon her to preach the gospel.  This led her to start the “Last Trumpet Call” ministry, where she and her husband co-pastored for 17 years.  Apostle did not stop there but grew into other areas of ministry and giftings.  During her tenure, many gave birth into their prophetic gifts, as she grew in her prophetic ministry.  She was ordained as an Apostle in August of 2004 by Apostle Thomas of Destiny International Ministries.

Apostle Francene had a heart for ministry and for God’s people.  She often said “I want to go to a higher place in God and I am willing to do whatever it takes for me to get there”.  Her confession was tried in 2007 when she was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and was given 2 months to live, after that diagnosis.  However, God was not through with her yet, He extended her time for 3 ½ more years because He had a new assignment for her.  While going through “chemo” Apostle Francene turned the “Last Trumpet Call” Ministry over to the hands of Pastors Keefe and Cheri Johnson, who served her faithfully.  This freed Apostle Francene to begin her new assignment.  In the fall of 2008, she answered the call of God to start the Apostolic Training Center with monthly training/teaching seminars, which she called the “Awakening Gatherings” held at the Days Inn, in Clinton, MD.

Apostle Francene is survived by her husband, Pastor Isaac Webb; one son, Robert D. Berry, Jr.; one daughter-in-law, Theresa Berry; one grandson, Jovan Pittman; two sisters, Elder Beverly Ross and Barbara Doy; two great grandsons, Jodi Pittman and Zephan Pittman, one niece, Leslie Davis; one nephew, Brian Doy; and four great nieces, Britney Sweetney, Shayla Bradley, Sydney Davis and Brianna Doy

Apostle Francene Webb has fought a good fight; she has finished the race; she kept the faith—2 Tim.4:7.   Her life/ministry embodied the scripture that says “…and they that are with Him are Called, and Chosen and Faithful”—Revelations 17:1

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