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Anne Urne

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Anne Urne began her spiritual quest when she picked up the Bible given to her as a child by her devoted babysitter, Lillian, who was like a doting grandmother. It was at Lilly's house in Illinois that Anne always admired the picture of St. Theresa, the Little Flower. A few years later when Anne was living in Oklahoma she chose St. Theresa as her patron saint for her Confirmation. Anne credits St. Therese of Lisieux for her remarkable spiritual journey. That journey began in 1992 by reading the Bible Lillian had given her. She had a dazzling experience on her first read through the Gospels and Acts which she made a point of reading in 30 days since she heard an evangelist say that you would receive a blessing. And she did! Anne was so convinced by the blessing that she never put that book down until years later after reading it cover to cover over 20 times. The more she read the more questions she had. Questions like if He rose again from the dead, when did He rise the first time? She also wondered how the world was populated when Adam and Eve only had sons. As if in answer to these questions, she found books that came to her in an almost magical way as they were presented to her while traveling with her husband across the country. She found answers that just blended and melded and really made the story more complete. It didn't change the story but it enriched it. In 2000 she then began recording wonderful insights that came to her from these studies and this evolved into her books. She completed each small book at Christmas and from 2000 to 2003 she wrote: Way Beyond the River; The Walls Came Tumbling Down; and It Came to Pass. Then, in 2003, she published them in A Spiritual Journey. Her theological research has yielded some amazing conclusions. Her most recent book Trust Me: the Untold Story of Mary Magdalene uncovers an ancient murder, one that affected not only the family and people close to it, but maybe all of mankind. Ms. Urne lives in Oklahoma with her husband and continues to write. She loves to travel taking her books to literary festivals. She plans to unveil her her new book Communion of Saints in June 2012 at Chicago Printers Row Lit Fest.

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