Unlike something we own, stewardships are not a possession. They are a trusteeship we serve for a time in accordance with God's will. The distinction between ownership and stewardship is not always clear in practice or perception. Many owners of vast resources have genuine hearts of trusteeship, while some trustees are unaware of the extraordinary stewardship in their care. Wherever we are on this spectrum, everyone is a trustee of something God has provided. There are no exceptions. In Give Me Service, you will find clarity and guidance for those fulfilling their purpose through stewardship. Through the narrative of life events, Bill demonstrates how God has appointed each one of us a special gift of service. For it is by God's providence and purpose we are inspired and enabled to serve all that He trusts to our care (sacred stewardships). By God's grace, the author is the son of William and Betty Linn Rutherford. Born and raised in Michigan, with Canadian roots and family homes in Michigan, Maryland, Florida, California and Utah. The author's love of trees is the inspiration God provided to cultivate a forestry career and train his spirit of stewardship and service. The author is blessed to share in praise and worship of our Lord at Calvary Chapel New Life in Midway, Utah.