Bishop Ann Ambers, was born on Cinclare Plantation, West Baton Rouge Parish. I went to live in Plaquemine, at the age of 5, was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Anemia at 9. No one thought I would be here at 60, preaching and teaching an uncompromising Gospel and traveling the nation to those that are lost. Personal motto is: "For Others."
My favorite scriptures are: Psalms 34, John 14; favorite songs are: "Walk Around Heaven All Day, I'll Go, I'll Fly Away, I Will Bless The Lord, Say Yes, and He Keeps On Blessing Me."
A few years ago, I was told that my maternal grandfather, JOE PARKER, is a direct descendant of the PARKER INDIANS. I had no idea what that meant,but have learned the story. Cynthia Ann Parker and her brother, John, was captured from Fort Parker in Texas by the Commanches. At the age of 18, she married the Chief, Peta Nocona and named her first son, QUANAH PARKER. I am searching for the decendants. Chief Quanah Parker is buried at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. I hope to get there one day.
As I continue my quest on this specific journey the Lord saw fit to bless me with; I am thankful to be getting well. I hope to be active once again in assisting others. Within the next few months, I hope to visit St. Joseph Cemetery, Pilgrim Rest Cemetery and Grace Memorial. Blessings to everyone who stops by. God loves you.
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