First up, my very first letter from Nandini. The letter was addressed to her financial sponsor, as it was written before I became her correspondent. Since it was transferred to me, looks like her letters will be addressed to me from now on. Nandini also included a lovely drawing of butterflies and flowers. It looks like she spent a lot of time on it. Actually, now that I think of it, it reminds me of a picture that Celeste would draw for me.
Nandini is 9 years old and lives in India. She wrote this letter on October 16th, 2014.
Dear (financial sponsor's name),
Greetings to you in the sweet name of our Lord Jesus. I am fine here. How are you? Thank you very much for your love, prayers, and support. We had a VBS program in our center. We learned songs, dances, and teaching about Jesus. We had a World Water Day Awareness program. We also had an awareness day about malaria disease. I am regularly going to school. I like very much the rose flowers. What flower do you like? My favorite bird is the peacock. Please pray for my bright future.
Your Loving Child,
Now, a letter from Alexander. I like learning more about this great, young man. He told me some great things in this letter and drew me a great picture. I think he drew me a picture of the street that his church/project is on. Just my guess.
Alexander is 13 years old and lives in Honduras. He wrote this letter on October 13th, 2014.
Hello Sponsor Kayla,
I'm glad to be writing to you again. I'm always praying for you. The games that I like are the mechanic games, the Chicago Wheel, and the bumping cars, games that they take to a traditional fair. For now, I want to finish middle school and get in high school. Let me tell you that I like writing to you. I thank you for the letter that you sent me and the photograph. They are really pretty. I like playing with my friends. When I'm outside, I like playing ball and when I'm inside, I like to play with my brother. A sport that I enjoy playing is football. I want to ask you how you get along with your friends? I always ask you to pray for my studies. I say goodbye with hugs and kisses.