Thursday, November 4, 2010

Message from Michele Reyman, Cafeteria Manager Central Campus

Exodus 35:35 Version: NIV

He has filled them with skill to do all kinds of work as craftsmen, designers, embroiderers in blue, purple and scarlet yarn and fine linen, and weavers-all of them master craftsmen and designers.

At an early age, I realized that I had domestic skills, such as sewing and cooking. My favorite courses in school were home economics and wood shop. As I aged, my skills grew stronger, and my path to employment was obvious. I worked numerous jobs in the food industry, from waitress, to cook, to management. But, it wasn't until my children attended school at Phoenix Christian, that I understood the skills given to me were a way for me to use them in service to the Lord. Now that I am back at Phoenix Christian, I am able to once again use my blessings to perform the many tasks it takes to run a food service program, from purchasing, to preparing, and all the steps in between. And the most important part of all is serving the final product. We are all called to serve, and I am thankful that my skills allow me to do that.

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