Repurposed: My Journey from Global Merchandising to Global Ministry (E-Book)


“My story,” says author Kathy Gaulton, “is one of trials and experiences throughout my Christian walk, yet the lessons I’ve learned helped form me and led me to begin a sustainable livelihood ministry called Heavenly Treasures.
“As we arrived in Igoma, Tanzania in 1996, it was apparent that the people were in extreme need — poverty at its deepest level. Everything seemed to suffer including the land. A brothel was the only place available for our team to stay, but, during that life-changing trip, God repurposed my life. I could not have imagined while I worked in the marketplace for 35 years, that God would use all my experiences, but in a way that would help impoverished people provide for their families.
“Join me on my spiritual journey from global merchandising to global ministry.”

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