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Microsoft VP Says God Can Use Whatever You Have to Spread the Gospel

Teresa Neumann : Mar 12, 2012 : Stephanie Samuel - The Christian Post

She said God's voice told her, "Five loaves and two fishes: what you have is enough."

(Vienna, VA)—Margo Day is Vice-President of Microsoft. More importantly, she's a Christian whose faith inspired her to help build a girls school and rescue center for World Vision in Pokot, Kenya.

Margo DaySpeaking at a recent "Women of Vision National Conference" for World Vision, Day said God has been able to use her influence in the business world to make a difference in the lives of countless women suffering abuse.

As reported by the Christian Post, Day shared with conference goers that in 2009 she realized she had "stepped away from my child-like faith," and wasn't sure how to go about getting it back. What followed was a trip to Kenya and first-hand look at the enormous issues women face there.

Click on the link provided to read details of how Day is working to combat the sex trade and female mutilation in Kenya.

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