Believing the Bible

38. Believing the Bible People write volumes about their beliefs about the Bible. I will write paragraphs. I believe the Bible is the most important book there is. I think there is amazing truth within its various books. I think there are secrets and clues to how to...
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Rainbows

37. Rainbows Rainbows have come to mean inclusion to me—all the colors are there, nothing is left out, and it is beautiful to behold. I believe that it is true for people too—everyone is “in.” It has been interesting to me to watch the church through the years,...
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Be With the Art

36. Be With the Art In the early 80’s I visited a friend in Boston and for two days this friend would deliver me to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts as they opened and pick me up at the end of the day, while the friend went...
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Build Each Other Up

35. Build Each Other Up One of my favorite Bible verses is from 1 Thessalonians, chapter 5, verse 11: Therefore, encourage one another and build up each other, as indeed you are doing. I wish it were true that I do it all the time but it’s one...
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What You Have More Of

34. What You Have More Of Yesterday’s writing of what I have learned told the story of Itzhak Perlman, who played a concert with three of the four strings on his violin. And when he finished to wild applause said, “Sometimes it is the artist’s task to find...
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What You Have Left

33. What You Have Left Today in a notebook I’ve created titled “Nuggets,” I read once again the story about Itzhak Perlman. This famous violinist had polio as a child and in his concerts walked onto the stage with his legs in braces and with the help of...
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Sniveling

32. Sniveling I don’t know if sniveling is a real word or not. But when I get in a complaining place, or a whining place, or a poor-me place, that’s what I tell myself: “Ann—quit sniveling.” Sometimes when I have that kind of a day I think of...
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One Gem Is Enough

31. One gem is enough This is something I learned when I was in highschool and it has simply transferred to many other things. I started piano lessons when I was in third grade and I progressed quickly because I was a good sight reader. By the time...
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Don’t Worry

30. Don’t Worry – July 18 It’s not easy to not worry but some years ago I wrote a very short song and the words went like this: I am held in prayer time, Circled round by love. God’s words are clear, Speak to my heart, Don’t worry,...
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Be Still

29. Be Still I recently saw an advertisement for a pendant. The quote on it was attributed to Thich Nhat Hanh and it said, “Be still and know.” Psalm 46:10 says, “Be still and know that I am God.” This Buddhist monk from Vietnam reduces it to: Be...
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Mama and Me

Mama and Me

Mama and Me---Our last three years together and beyond is a book about a relationship, built over 50 years and culminating in Mama’s death.

Do You Love Me

Do You Love Me

Do You Love Me is a wonderful children's book. A conversation between a Grandmother and Grandson.

Graces To Sing

Graces To Sing

Graces To Sing to Tunes You Know. Graces is filled with familiar tunes with new words to celebrate times with family and friends, good food and thanks.

Trilogy of Cancer

Trilogy of Cancer

Ann's story of her cancer journey...filled with stories, poems, songs. You will laugh, cry....

Shadorma’s

Shadorma’s

This is a book that puts each of the 150 psalms in the psalter into a shadorma poetry form. Some of the longer psalms have several shadormas.

Women Songs | Peace Songs

Women Songs | Peace Songs

Woman Songs|Peace Songs is a collection of inspirational and powerful music still speaking to our times. Originally recorded in 1980.

Wisdom of Children

Wisdom of Children

Wisdom of Children is a collection of stories of the Grandchildren in Ann's life, their wisdom and her reflections for God.

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