Anna’s Blog

Anna Gibbons

Anna Gibbons has worked for Aglow International since 2004 and has served as the Generations Director since 2011. She oversees the Aglow Generations Groups around the globe ranging from children to young adults. Anna loves to encourage, support, and see what God is doing around the world. Her heart is for the nations and she has traveled to over 20 countries. She graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Comparative Religion and International Studies. Anna is 38 years old. She married the love of her life, Jason Gibbons, in July of 2017. In her blogs, you’ll find honesty, transparency, authenticity, faith and encouragement from her heart and Christian walk to yours.

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The Passover Lamb

“Do not leave any of it till morning; if some is left till morning, you must burn it. This is how you are to eat it: with your cloak tucked into your belt, your sandals on your feet and your staff in your hand. Eat it in haste; it is the Lord’s Passover.” Exodus 12:10-11The…

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That Sweet Aroma

I used to think I wasn’t much of a “scents” person. My sense of smell has never been particularly strong. I grew up with a lot of allergies and a frequent stuffy nose. Over the last couple of years I have a new appreciation for sweet fragrances and the way God speaks to us through…

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Zabrina Robinson

Charleston Revival

Zabrina Robinson, Generations Southeast Regional Coordinator, lives in Charleston, SC. She is experiencing the hand of God move in a miraculous way in the midst of the recent tragic events. Zabrina writes, “Tonight I experienced what many have been praying over Charleston for decades now. The Prophetic words that have been spoken over Charleston are…

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What is the headline of your life?

The headlines over the last few months sent shockwaves around the world. It seems many parts of the world are erupting in flames. We’ve seen anti-Semitism and persecution of Christians on the rise. Terror. Murder. War. Hatred. Kidnapping. The list goes on. The times we are living in are significant. The headlines over the last…

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A Season of Harvest and Abundance

The end of 2014 was a rough season for me emotionally. I felt tired, drained, and kind of empty. God opened the door for me to return back to Israel, where in the Garden of Gethsemane, He spoke to me about the discouragement in my heart. Harvesting olives in the Garden of GethsemaneThe end of…

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Greatest Expectations

Expectations. We all have them placed on us and we place them on others. We put expectations on family, friends, a circumstance, events, a job, an education, a timeframe, and the list could go on. Daily in all aspects of life, we have expectations. Webster’s dictionary defines expectation as a belief that something will happen…

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