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SIERRA LA`JEAN ANDERSON
May 25, 1995 - January 28, 2023
Obituary For SIERRA LA`JEAN ANDERSON
Saturday, February 4, 2023
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
Pastor Robert Castle, Officiating
Prior to service
10:00 am -10:45
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Sierra Anderson was born on May 25, 1994 in Wichita Falls, TX. She is the daughter of Rev. Kelvin and Tonya Hall. She gained her wings on January 28, 2023. She lived in Wichita Falls most of her life.
Sierra is a graduate of Wichita Falls High School. While in high school, she was a part of PALs, Volleyball, Track, and Soccer. She was also a member of the Elks Lodge, The Progressive Club Sisterettes and was a Debutante through The Progressive Club. Sierra received a scholarship in soccer to play for the Rambelles of Angelo State University in San Angelo, TX. Where she also received a Bachelor degree and many other accolades. While attending the university she was in the Honor Society.
Upon graduating from ASU, she was a Teacher's Aide at Austin Elementary School in San Angelo, TX and later became a First Grade Teacher. Even though she was very busy with her babies, as she called them. Her love for soccer allowed her to continue playing on the local co-ed indoor soccer team and the San Angelo United FC Semi-Pro Soccer Team.
Sierra also did a lot for her community in San Angelo, TX. Just to name a few, tutoring, coaching, volunteering, etc. She was member of Celebration Church. She was also a part of a young lady’s ministry group and a Bible study group.
Sierra loves the Lord and faith never wavered even after finding out her diagnosis.
She is survived by parents, Rev. Kelvin and Tonya Hall; three sisters, Shameosha Anderson of Oklahoma City, OK, Se'Aun Mance (Troy) of Montgomery, AL, and Rosa Hall of Houston, TX; niece, Amia Mance; grandparents, Charles and Rosa Hall, and James and Marilyn Campbell; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. She is preceded in death by Gurda Lee Anderson and Barbara Palmer.
That was the doctors answer.
Wondering about survival — is there a chance, sir?
He says it’s slim, but He doesn’t know about the person who has the power to enhance her.
Jesus has authority and can heal her on the spot.
Healing through the blood shed on the cross — a forethought.
Bold prayers, reaching for the hem of Jesus’ cloak.
Light is His burden, Easy is His yoke.
By His stripes, Sierra is healed.
Day by day, faith is our shield.
We believe that faith can make her well.
Cancer can’t live where the Father dwells.
His presence is in the story that Sierra’s life tells.
She loves God and she loves others.
She’s never met a stranger, they’re all her sisters and brothers.
She intentionally prays before every meal.
Each day she consecrates herself to the one who can heal.
In the light of our Father, darkness flees.
In the name of Jesus, we command the cancer to cease!
When Jesus speaks, cancer must obey just like the waves in the seas.
In Jesus name, every cell in her body must align!
Sierra’s health is made divine!
Her faith is strong because all of her days, she’s abided in the vine.
We believe that she is healed in the name of Jesus from the top of her head to the souls of her feet!
The power of Jesus’ blood has made her body whole and her healing complete!
Writen by Kameron Sky Goolsby
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