Wednesday, September 12, 2012
11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Aspen Grove Emerald Dining Hall
Speaker: Ann Madsen
Menu: First Course- House salad with dressing
Second Course- Chicken Alfredo served with sliced chicken breast, steamed vegetables, and freshly baked rolls with butter
Dessert- Berry Cobbler
Lunch is $16 per person. Seating is limited. Deadline to register is August 28 at 5 p.m. Advanced registration and payment is required. Tickets will not be distributed. Check in will be held at the event. Click here to register.
|Wife of Truman G. Madsen, Ann Madsen is the mother of three (plus an
Indian foster son), and a grandmother of sixteen and great-grandmother
of two and 7/9. Her hobbies include hiking, swimming, cooking, writing
poetry, and photography. Ann received her BS Degree from the
University of Utah, her MA degree from BYU in
Ancient Studies with a minor in Hebrew. Her thesis was entitled,
Melchizedek, the Man and the Tradition. Sister Madsen has been teaching
Old Testament at BYU since 1976. She also
teaches courses in New Testament and Isaiah and taught these at the
Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies between 1987 and 1993. She
has recently completed a book entitled Making Their Own Peace: Twelve
Women of Jerusalem which tells of 12 modern women who live or have
lived through Jerusalem’s wars and have created their own peace. It
will be published in New York in April 2003. She presently teaches
three courses at BYU; Writings of Isaiah, The
Life of Christ: the Gospels, Honors: Old Testament Roots of the Book
of Mormon. Her church service has included: Mission Presidents’s wife
(New England Mission 1962-65), Stake Relief Society President (BYU
8th Stake), and Jerusalem Branch Relief Society President 1991- 1993.
She was on the Gospel Doctrine writing committee for the Church for 17
years. She is presently a Visiting Teacher in her ward and teaches
16 yr. and 17 yr. olds in Sunday School.
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