died Monday morning at her home in Franklin, Tenn., after a long battle with
cancer. She was 52.
doctors,” James Goll wrote in a statement Monday announcing his wife’s death. “I
was always impressed with her fight to live until the last!”
with her husband to teach Christians about intercession and prophetic ministry.
The couple also sought to foster church unity by facilitating citywide prayer
meetings and conferences.
but a gifted leader in her own right,” said Don Finto, pastor emeritus of
Belmont Church in Nashville, Tenn., and a longtime friend of the Golls. “She led
a world-impacting ministry, was a woman of impeccable godly character and
esteemed by all of us who have walked with her.”
healed of infertility and became the parents of four “miracle children”—Justin,
GraceAnn, Tyler and Rachel. Goll also hosted annual Women on the Frontlines
conferences and co-wrote several books with her husband, including Angelic
Encounters: Engaging Help From Heaven, God Encounters: The Prophetic
Power of the Supernatural to Change Your Life, Compassion: A Call to Take
Action and Call to the Secret Place.
Cindy Jacobs, co-founder with her husband Mike of Generals International. “The
trail she blazed by her life will be followed by a new generation of young women
on the front lines across the face of the earth.”
battled cancer, Goll championed an arm of Encounters Network called Compassion
Acts. Through the outreach she assisted the needy both in the U.S. and abroad.
dear personal friend of theirs and a friend of the poor. “She impacted our lives
and our many children's lives with her tireless joy, her life of faith and
intercession,” said Heidi Baker, whose ministry assists children in need and has
planted hundreds of churches in Mozambique. “She taught us more about praying
and the tenacity of love than almost anyone on earth.”
husband was diagnosed with cancer. Her colon was removed, but in 2007 cancer
resurfaced in her liver, lung and brain. James Goll continues to battle two
small cancerous tumors behind his stomach.
Franklin. Her pastor, Jeff Dollar of Grace Center in Franklin, said Goll’s
passion for Jesus was infectious. She was “a Proverbs 31 woman in every respect
of the passage,” he said, “a devoted wife who only [brought] good to her
husband, a mother whose children [rose] up and call her blessed, a defender of
she died. “Through highs, lows, tenderness or the most horrific adversity she
walked consistent and steadfast; she walked in grace, with uncanny wisdom,”
Mickey Robinson told Charisma.
“Her legacy of Compassion Acts is going to live on in the hearts of many—and the
lives that it is changing will help change the world to move in the compassion
be held Thursday at Belmont Church in Nashville and will be followed by another
memorial this weekend in Missouri, where Goll will be buried.
37065 or at encountersnetwork.com. —Renee