My oldest son and his wife are missionaries with an organization called Family Missions Company (FMC). They currently work state side and take short term mission trips leading church, youth and college groups into Mexico or Ecuador for a week or two. The missionaries that serve FMC are people of faith, service, generosity, warmth and genuine compassion. They bring hope, resources and God's love to many people, in many different countries. They challenge me to go outside of myself to think about the needs of others.
Over the past several months, I have felt God calling me to be a specialized missionary. I am passionate about letting people know that God loves them and that He has provided incredible agents of healing and nourishment in the plants He has given us. I believe He wants us to experience His love and care in this very practical way of caring for our bodies.
How many people believe that God does not care because they are sick and do not experience God answering their prayers for healing? How many people lack information or have never heard that plants have healing properties, that the chemicals in foods, personal care products, the environment affect our health negatively, that whole foods have the vitamins, minerals and enzymes we need for better health?
Deep within me I feel a fire burning to let everyone know that God has given us so many valuable, natural resources that we can return to. Plants were given to us in the Garden of Eden and are effective, safe and heal on a physical and emotional level.
As we experience greater healing, we will have more energy, clarity and frankly, be less self-centered, as our pain fades into the past and we can think about something besides our own poor health.
Missionaries are needed to share God's love in foreign lands, in inner cities, in our neighborhoods and in our families. If you have a passion to share healing with others, won't you join me in sharing natural remedies with others? We could transform the face of healthcare in our country and around the world. Just click the link at the bottom of this page to get started.
Want to learn more being a missionary with Family Missions Company? Visit their website at www.fmcmissions.com.