What Our Hands Can Hold

Anna0041BI absolutely love Anna Foulkrod.  One of the many joys of my daughter’s wedding almost two years ago was getting to meet Anna.  She is one of those young ladies you don’t quickly forget once you meet her.  She has one of the most beautiful missionary hearts you will ever encounter.

For the last several months, Anna has been serving the King in Madagascar.  She has written several blog posts regarding her journey and what the Lord has taught her along the way.  Recently she shared a post titled Offering What Our Hands Can HoldIt is a “must read” for anyone desiring to be of service to the King.  Let me share a little snippet to whet your appetite.

“We serve a God that multiplies. He multiplies time. He multiplies talent. He can take whatever little bit our tiny hands offer and multiply it to reach the coldest hearts. He can take whatever little bit our tiny hands offer and multiply it to reach the farthest nations. He can take whatever little bit our tiny hands offer and multiply it to reach and do things our minds can’t even imagine. The only thing he asks is that we take our tiny hands, stretch them out and offer whatever contents are in them. We must be willing and then he will make us vessels.”

Do Yourself a Favour

Do yourself a favour, go and read the entire post.  It will definitely touch your heart.  Anna does an amazing job of pointing the way to living in the Reign.

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Guest Post: Anna Foulkrod

Anna0041BI am honored to have my first guest post written by Anna Foulkrod.  I first met Anna during my Daughter’s wedding back in September of 2012.  Anna was organizing the Wedding Reception.  I could hardly believe she was only 17 at the time.  This girl was collected, organized, and in charge.  She is arguably one of the most amazing young ladies I have every met.

Anna blogs at As Always, Anna.  While not entirely new to the blogosphere, Anna is an up and comer that will have much to share with the world.  I hope you will take the time to visit her blog.  For now, please read on as Anna shares from her heart what the Kingdom of God means to her.

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