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Rev. Dr. Ana K. Gobledale (b. 1956) is a Christian pastor, working as a team with her husband Tod. She has worked as a missionary in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Australia, and has served churches in the United States and England. She is the author of The Learning Spirit: Lessons from South Africa (1995), to which Archbishop Desmond Tutu contributed a foreword, and Keeping Sabbath (2010). Gobledale studied at Shimer College, where she enrolled via the early entrance program, and also at Oxford University via Shimer's Oxford study abroad program She later received a master's degree at the University of Chicago Divinity School and a doctorate in education from Northern Illinois University. (from Shimer College Wiki)
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