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My Best Friend

I will be waiting and listening in the wind and looking out across the desert, wherever I go, I’ll be waiting. I’ll keep my ears open. I am waiting to hear her say, “You’re not going to believe this…”

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Continuing to Remember Ann+

“We followed Ann’s journey, a journey she allowed us to share with her. It was a gift that I, for one, have only just begun to really understand and really appreciate. It was like a final gift that she gave to me and, I’m sure, many others.”

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Come, Thou

“Her vision of the church was that you are beloved of Jesus no matter what; and there is always a place at the table for you.”

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