It is a regular occurrence for Tuck to come home from work and say to me, "Guess what! I had an idea today!" I used to be overwhelmed by his ideas. But after seeing him make/build/create the things he's had ideas about, I have learned to smile and try to imagine what he's describing to me.
Earlier this summer, he came home very excited about his new idea. "An anvil piggy bank! We can make it out of sheet metal, and then groups can put their spare change into them, and...." he was expressing with enthusiasm.
So, over the next few days, he created a few anvil banks from scrap metal. He put a little door on the bottom, and cut a hole in the top. He made a pocket for prayer cards on one side.
We would like to offer these anvil banks to churches, small groups, businesses, or Sunday School classes who would like to collect change to help support our family. All of us lose our change in the sofa or car seats every day! Here's a great place to put it. This spare change can help our family build our house at Eden, buy propane so we can cook on our grill, buy tools for ministry, help cover traveling cost when we come home on furlough, or support dozens of other needs!
If you are interested in collecting change for us in an anvil bank hand made by Tuck, please contact us at email@example.com. We would be glad to get one to you as soon as possible!