Something To Work With

To go along with my last post about Random Acts of Kindness, I wanted to share another thought.



When we start our day with the thought that we will have available time, hands, words, thoughts, prayers, meals, flowers, notes, smiles, etc for Him {our Savior Jesus Christ} to use, then we are servants who are ready and prepared.

Let me share something super easy for me. Because I love baking, when I make bread, I almost always bake more than we need. Then I have something for Jesus to use to minister to someone. Some little way a family or individual might feel the Savior’s love for them that day.

Here is my favorite recipe to make lately. It is basically the same generic artisan bread recipe that you can find anywhere. This recipe has my tips for how I do it. It is so easy, you just have to remember to start early enough. This recipe can also be halved to make one large loaf instead of three smaller ones. I also prefer to use sea salt, you get a nicer rise and flavor, but Kosher salt will work too.



I hope that you will join me in trying to give our Savior something to work with as we strive to be more aware of those little whispers that someone needs a reminder that they are known of God. Think of something you already like to do. God has blessed each of us with gifts to serve. We are all needed. We can find an incredible amount of joy as we serve.

Today there is a reason to hope.

Published by Emma Drennan

I am a mom of six kids! Through my time awaiting those rainbow babies, I was blessed with A Jubilant Hope! This blog is all about HOPE. Here you will find hope in and a testimony of Jesus Christ. As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, my faith is what sustains me. I also share about my miscarriage journey, my etsy products, recipes, and quotes that bring me joy. Today, and every day, there is a reason to hope. Follow me as I share my journey @ajubilanthope and in my new etsy shop @jubilantcreationsco.

2 thoughts on “Something To Work With

  1. Emma, You’re so sweet & always thinking of others! I’ll have to try this bread with our new salt! Love you!Tami P.s. I loved how Lydia was making baby toys for the little ones in shelters! You’re teaching your children at a young age to serve others!

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