Selmer, Tennessee (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Crystal Reece, a missionary to Tonga, believes that God places influencers in our lives in order to ‘splash us’ and create ripples that impact our future.
Reece’s new book, “Island Splashes” is about her calling into missionary work. The book is more than a memoir; it’s the chronicle of how Reece’s life has been shaped by examples of God’s unwavering trust. Trust that she believes he places in everyone.
“God gives us certain people for a reason,” Reece said. “He is always with us and answers all prayers, even if it’s not with the answer we desire at the moment.”
While at Urshan Graduate School of Theology, Reece believed that she lacked an abundance of mentors throughout the course of her life. Suddenly it dawned on her; everyone that God has placed in her life is there for a reason. Her memoir showcases the importance of putting faith in God, as he molds all of us for his purpose
“From ministry to family, God has methodically ordered every influencer that has rippled through my life,” Reece said. “I Pray to continually make splashes from here to the uttermost parts of earth by living out each lesson that God has taught me.”
By Crystal G. Reece
Retail price: $19.95
Available at: westbowpress.com
About the Author
Crystal Reece is from Selmer, Tennessee and is a graduate from the University of Tennessee. She served the United Pentecostal Church International as a missionary for seven years in Vanuatu and the Kingdom of Tonga. During these years she worked as a Bible school administrator, a teacher and assisted the church leadership in many ways with focuses upon campus, children, and youth ministries. Crystal is an ordained minister with the United Pentecostal Church International and is a 2009 graduate of Urshan Graduate School of Theology. Visit her online at http://www.globalmission.com.