Before giving her life to Christ as a young adult in 1858, Charlotte "Lottie" Diggs Moon liked to antagonize local Christians that her middle initial -- D., standing for "Diggs" -- actually stood for "Devil." 16 years later at the age of 33, Lottie answered a call to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the northern Chinese province of Shandong, the burial place of Chinese philosopher and cultural icon Confucius. Lottie would serve in Shangdong until her death in 1912. In 1918, the Southern Baptist Convention honored Lottie's memory by affixing her name to their annual Christmas offering for missions. Exactly 100 years later in 2018, St Joe is delighted to support the 2018 International Mission Board's Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. On December 9, St Joe will take up an offering to support this mission. To learn more about this fascinating and invest the lives of today's harvest workers, www.imb.org/2018/11/27/missionaries-you-should-know-lottie-moon.