11729 Moulton – New Knoxville Rd.
New Knoxville, Ohio 45871
“A Message In Sand” changed my life. I was on the verge of a nervous breakdown and having suicidal thoughts that plagued me daily. I cried out, “God I don’t even know if You’re real, but if You are, I need help.” I can still hear the Holy Spirit say, “Carol, scoop up a handful of sand and count the grains.” I said, “There are thousands.” He replied, “I have a good thought about you for every grain of sand on the face of the earth.”
Then He lead me to Ps. 139:17&18, “How precious also are thy thoughts unto me, O God, how great is the sum of them. If I should count them, they are more in number than the sand…” Even though I didn’t scoop up a handful of sand at the time, I got it! That revelation changed my life. It blew my mind and started my journey to freedom. I’m still brought to tears when I think about where I was then and how far I have come. Our God is amazing.
The Holy Spirit instructed me to put my testimony in a tract. I began sharing my tract, along with little bottles of sand. Thus-“A Message in Sand” was born. Our testimonies are powerful.
My products are witnessing tools designed to help the believer share the gospel with family, friends and the stranger on the street. I can’t even begin to tell you all the stories of how God has used my little bottles and tracts. They have touched people at the grocery store, the hospital, the restaurant, on airplanes etc… People everywhere need to hear the news that God is a good God and He loves them so very much.
When you display my pictures or wear my pendant, it creates opportunities to share the love of Jesus with those He brings across your path. The prints are easily shipped, so you can have them framed to suit your style. I have also authored a children’s book, which you can read to your little ones.
As His Sand continues to grow, more products will be added to my line. For now, it’s a small and humble beginning.
Thank you for helping His Sand share Jesus with the world. Everyone needs to hear that, “His thoughts about you are more in number than the sand.”
“I have a large picture of “The Crown” hanging in my living room. Every time I look at the crown of thorns and the sand, it reminds me of the great sacrifice He made for me and what His thoughts are towards me.”
“Many times as I give people a little bottle of sand and a tract, I tell them it may not be for you. I believe God is going to bring someone into your life who needs to hear your testimony and for you to give them the tract and bottle. And God does just that. It’s amazing the stories I hear.”
“My hubby preached at a camp ground a few years back. There was a lady there, and I gave her a bottle of sand and a tract. We saw her months later and she shared an interesting story. She lost her bottle of sand and was very upset. So she prayed for God to help her find it. She retraced her steps and there along the path, as she looked down, was her little bottle of sand.”
“Recently we went out to eat and our waitress was having a very bad day. She was new and her boss was not happy with her. Our food was very late and she was quite nervous. I walked up to her and put my arm around her and told her Jesus loved her and she began to cry. She told me her mom had passed away and that she was very close to her. I gave her one of my bottles and a tract and shared the love of Jesus with her. She just hugged us and thanked us. – Just recently saw her and she still has her bottle of sand and thanked us again for reaching out to her.”
“My heart was really touched when I first read the tract. You took the approach from a very loving perspective. All these negative thoughts about ourselves do not come from our Creator. He loves us and wants to be our Father. It really hit home with me personally. As I look at the bottle of sand I think of Psalm 139:17 & 18 and what His Word says about me.”
“One morning I asked God to use me. I was at the grocery store checking out, when I heard a noise to my left. I heard the cashier ask what happened. The man said, “My wife’s lid on her coffee hit the floor and it scared the hell out of me.” The next thing I said was, “So, does that mean you’re going to heaven?” They looked startled. I got my little bottle of sand and a tract and gave it to him and asked him to read it. They both said, ”Thank you.” I didn’t have time to share but I believe God used a little bottle of sand and a tract to touch their lives.”
“Several years ago we went to a convention with a business I was involved with. Our up-line wanted to take us out to eat. They took us to a raunchy restaurant. We did not realize it till we sat down and began to look around. Our server was very vulgar and the way he treated customers was terrible. I got a little bottle of sand and a tract. I asked him if I could give him a gift. He softened as I shared my testimony. Then he said, “I’m a preacher’s kid. I believe God touched his heart that day.”
“Because I have a little bottle of sand hanging from my nametag, it opens a door for me to share Jesus with my clients. I let them know it’s a reminder to me when I’m having a stressful day of what God’s thoughts are about me. Then I ask them if they would like to have a bottle.”
“My husband and I were at Olive Garden. I asked the waitress at our table if I could give her a gift. As I was getting my bottle of sand and tract out, the hostess was seating two more people behind us and they heard gift. “I said, oh I have a gift for all of you.” I gave them each a bottle of sand and a tract. As we left the hostess was showing other servers her little bottle of sand. And out of nowhere came 8 to 10 servers. I gave them all a little bottle of sand and tract. Many times as we’ve gone back to restaurants and had the same waitress. They said, ” I gave my bottle away and I really miss it.” So I give them another bottle.”
“We were driving through a fast food restaurant one day, when the girl who handed us our food literally came out of the window asking what was in the bottles that were hanging from my turn signal. I think she thought it was drugs and was disappointed when I told her what it represented. From then on I started wearing the bottles of sand around my neck. When people see it, they want to know what it is. I get their attention quickly when I tell them it’s my “fix.” This has opened a door for me to witness and tell them that when the devil starts attacking my mind, the bottle of sand is my “fix.” It is a reminder to me that God’s thoughts about me are more numerous than the grains of sand.”