Inviting Ann to Speak to Your Group

Inviting Ann to Speak to Your Group

If you are interested in the possibility of having Ann speak to your group, please contact Barbara Adams at admin@annspangler.com

Please provide specifics of the event, such as the name of the sponsoring organization, the dates of the event, estimated number of people in attendance, and so on.

Speaking Topics

Finding the Peace God Promises

If God has promised to give us “the peace that passes understanding,” why do we sometimes feel so anxious? What are we so afraid of? Are there ways of living that lead to peace? This talk will set our longings for peace beside God’s promise to provide it.

Praying the Names of God

A look at some of the key Hebrew names and titles of God, especially those that tell us about his desire to provide, to give us peace, and to assure us of his presence at all times.

Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus

Ann and her co-author Lois Tverberg speak about what it would be like to journey back to the first century and sit at the feet of Rabbi Jesus as one of his Jewish disciples. Together they explore how learning about the Jewishness of Jesus can change the way you read the gospels and deepen your understanding of the life of Jesus.

The Tender Words of God

Because of her own need for a fresh experience of God, Ann developed what she calls “a remedial course on God’s love.” Her story of how life-transforming God’s tender words can be for those who are willing to pray through them.

Women of the Bible

A look at some of the most fascinating stories of women of the Bible with an emphasis on what their stories, ever timely, reveal about God and about ourselves.

One Comment

  1. Maggie Harding
    Maggie Harding February 5, 2014 at 10:53 am .

    I just finished reading Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus and your comments about the Mezusah reminded me of a few years ago when my husband built a star of David and put our Christmas lights on it. He meant it as a way to honor our Jewish connection…However, a new neighbor stopped by and said, “I thought you guys were Christians.”

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