Sunday, October 30, 2016

A Trio of Letters to Round Out October

This month sure did shape up to be a great month of letters! I have another three to share with you and then it's onto November!

I'll first share a letter from Sadiya. If you've seen my other posts, I've heard from her quite a bit lately. Once just earlier this month! And not only that, this letter was written less than two weeks ago!

Sadiya is 12 years old and lives in India. Her letter is dated October 17th, 2016.


Dear Kayla, 

Greetings to you in the name of Jesus Christ. I hope you and your family are fine. Me and my mother had a fever, but all of my family are now fine. I received your letter. I am very happy to know about you. Thank you for your letter and photos. You asked me some questions. I will answer. My favorite fruit is apple. My favorite vegetable is potato. My favorite sweet food is ice cream. My favorite game is skipping rope. I also love to play dolls. In the early morning, I get ready for school. At nighttime I am doing my studies and after that I sleep. The story you told me I like it very much. My studies are going well. Please pray for me and my family I am praying for you. 

Yours Lovingly,


Next, my very first letter from Agness! Aren't first letters always so exciting? That first official connection.

Agness is 13 years old and lives in Tanzania. Her letter is dated September 24th, 2016.


Dear Agness, 

I greet you. Praise the Lord Jesus! I hope you are fine and healthy. I am fine and healthy together with my family. I am going on well with my studies. I like to read the word of God. Do you like to read the word of God? I like to play games, like net ball. Which games do you like? Here at the center, I like different activities, such as cooking and knitting. The weather here is dry season. How is the weather there? Let us pray for each other for blessings from God. May God bless you. 

Your Friend, 


And, finally, I received another letter from Jose. The same Jose I just heard from a couple of days ago. Whoo hoo!

Jose is 18 years old and lives in Peru. This letter is not dated, but seems to be written after Easter, at least. 

This is a long letter. Settle in! 

Dear Sponsor Kayla, 

I greet you with a big hug and a kiss in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. I hope you are in good health. I would like to tell you that I yearn for going to camp. I have a great time with my family in the church. What I liked the most on Christmas was sharing it with my family and friends. I also liked having chocolate milk and bread. I love to attend church and Bible school. I was attending in January and February and learnt that God has a lot of things for us, we just have to wait for them. On Easter, I was with my family. I am going to answer the questions that you sent for me. I feel happy when I sing to our Lord Jesus. When I'm sad, reading the bible (a special verse Corinthians 13:4-13) makes me feel better. I am afraid to lose my siblings and my parents. I look more like my uncle. I write with my left hand. If I could make a law, it would be that all crime committed would not be tried, but punished with a life sentence. Once, I won a wall clock in a contest. I don't want to meet a famous person. My nickname is Telo and yes, you can call me that. If I could sow a plant in my garden, it would be a strawberry plant. I imagine about about the disciples of Jesus. They were men who made mistakes but with Jesus, their past was erased and they were with Jesus and they were educated to practice the word of God. Compassion helps us a lot. They give us sweaters to warm up from the cold because here, the wind is very strong. It is important to provide support to know that our Lord Jesus Christ is with all of his children in all their important tasks. It is important that each sponsor writes to be in communication to know more about their sponsored children, to know in their letters how he or she teaches the word of God to his/her children. 

Kind Regards,


Friday, October 28, 2016

October is a Hit for Letters!

I have another couple of letters to share with you today. October has been a pretty great month for letters. We've gotten word that the backlog of letters in the Compassion offices are receding and translators are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. If you, like me, haven't heard from some of your kids in 6+ months, we were told that letters from May or earlier are still being seen in the system and will be gotten to soon. Letters from certain countries (Bolivia, Haiti, Peru, etc) seem to be stuck more than other countries. For example, I have heard from my Ugandan or Tanzanian kids 2-3 times since the new system started and other countries not at all. I'm glad to see that things are being sorted out successfully. 

With that long paragraph said, like I mentioned, I received two letters. I will share those with you now. 

Today, I heard from Kwizera. Something about this boy just melts my heart. He doesn't say much, but I love him. Such a sweet boy. 

Kwizera is 11 years old and lives in Rwanda. He wrote this letter on August 10th, 2016. 


Dear Kayla, 

To my parent whom I love a lot. I greet you first in Jesus Christ's name. I am doing good with my family. We are like you and pray for you that God blesses you. We have rain, but it's too much. We have ended the 2nd term and started the 3rd term and I want your prayers to pass. We cultivated beans. I will soon join secondary school. Thank you and God bless you. I thank you for your good letter, where you told me that you will send me another letter and telling me how you love me. I was happy for your letter, and my family was too. 

Thank You,


Now, a letter from Ronaldo. As I've learned over the years, letters from Colombia are some of the most detailed-oriented letters. I think the projects there really do a great job teaching their students how to write wonderful letters. Ronaldo's letter definitely does not disappoint. 

Ronaldo is 19 years old and lives in Colombia, as I said. His letter is dated September 13th, 2016. 


Dear Kayla,

Hello, sponsor. How are you? May God bless you. I'm very happy to write to you again. I start by telling you that in the CDI we recently had an activity our families and I had so much fun. This is why in this opportunity I talk to you about them. I live with my parents and my brother Hector. We live in an urban area and even though there are a few shopping centers, sometimes we go out and visit some parks. I love those moments with them. Who cooks at home is my mom and it's always delicious. If I told you about that, I would never finish. I believe God has blessed me with my family. I received your letter and I can't imagine the old man with a grey beard, but the greatest man of all time is Jesus, with his disciples, giving love to others. Do you admire any of the disciples? I ask you to please pray for me and my family. I'll continue praying for you that God keeps you and fulfills the wishes in your heart. Thank you for your beautiful words. I share Proverbs 3:3. Never forget that you are special to me. Please bless Daniel with Deuteronomy 6:6. 



Thursday, October 27, 2016

A Letter and a New Photo of Jose in One Day!

It's not very often that we receive two separate things from one of our kids in the same day! That happened to me yesterday. I got both an updated photo and a letter from Jose within about 12 hours. Whoo hoo! I was especially excited about the letter, because it had been over 6 months since Jose's last letter.

I'll share the letter first. Jose is 18 years old and lives in Peru. His letter is dated March 19th, 2016 (a long time ago!)


Dear Kayla, 

My house is built with brick and mortar because the weather is so windy and this helps protect us. I live with my mom, my dad, my older sister, and my younger brother. I do have my own bed. Yes, we do have electricity at home. Thanks to our God, my house has tap water. The most common job in my community is farm laborer. We mostly travel on foot or by horse or donkey. We can travel to Arequipa by bus. We are 153 students at the student center and I enjoy learning the lessons at the center. Our traditional dishes are guinea pig stew and "white soup". We have the Misti Volcano, which is near us. The student center provides some help by doing community service and we hold fellowship events. Let me ask you; how many children do you teach at church? Do you have any older or younger siblings? Can you name traditional dishes from your country? I ask you to pray for me and my family to do really well. I will close with a big hug and a huge kiss. 



And the handsome guy that wrote the letter? He has certainly grown into a young man!

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

A New Photo and a New Letter

Mulwa had his photo update! As you can see, the uniform remains the same across all three photos, but I can see the tiniest of smiles in his new photo. Plus, it's great to see Mulwa growing taller. My cute, serious boy. 

(You can click on the photo to enlarge it)

I also received a letter from my boy Haji. He is 14 years old and lives in Tanzania. His letter is dated October 1st, 2016, so it took only a few weeks to get to me! 


Dear Kayla, 

I greet you in the name of Jesus. It's my hope that you're doing well and your family are in good health. Thank you so much for your love. I'm very happy and I pray that God will prolong your life so that you can continue loving me. I love you and enjoy getting your letters. I like to play football and I play during my break time and when I'm out of school. Sometimes I also watch football. I'm a fan of the Young Africans S.C team from Tanzania. I also like to ride a bicycle and I ride my friend's bicycle. Thank you for the bible verse. You asked me about the meaning of my name. My mother says it is the name of a ruler. What is the meaning of your name? 



Saturday, October 22, 2016

A Great Week for Letters

This week, I received three letters and would like to share them with you today.

To begin, a letter from Solomon. He's responding to some of the letter topics that I have written to him over the year, which is always exciting. It seems that he really liked the poem about friendship that I sent to him, which I am pretty sure I got from Jill, over at Compassion Family. He is also mentioning, as several of my other children have about the broken arm of the girl I nanny for. C broke her arm in May and got her cast off at the end of June. With the delay in letters, many kids are still writing about it. 

Solomon is 10 years old and lives in India. He wrote his letter on August 25th, 2016. 


Dear Aunty, 

Greetings to you in Jesus's name. How are you? I am my family are fine, by the grace of God. Aunty, I received all of your 7 letters with all your thoughts and doings from childhood. Thank you for all of the letters calling me your friend. It is very nice to learn about the poem The Beauty of Friendship. I love the page of best friends. I loved to color it. My best friend's name is Srinivas. I am happy to know about G and C. I felt sorry that C's arm got hurt. I will pray for her quick recovery. Even I love summer too, because I will get a 2 month holiday from school. I will have more time to play and attend Vacation Bible School. You look beautiful in the photo with G and C. You look so cute as a child with your toy Mickey Mouse. Even I like Mickey Mouse. I am sending my regards to your friends. I like to spend the whole day playing. My words should not be like water poured onto the ground. My favorite fruit is mango. My favorite vegetable is carrot. My favorite sweet foot is patgova. I like to fly kites on sunny days and read books on rainy days. I will write more in the next letter. Thanking you. 



Next up, a letter from Maria. I was so happy to get this letter! The last letter I received from her was in February! It was definitely a long wait! But, like always, the letter is totally worth the wait.

Maria is 12 years old and lives in Brazil. Her letter was written on September 8th, 2016.


Hello Dear Sponsor! 

How are you? I'm doing great at school. I'll have an exam on September 13th. Today is my teacher's birthday and we made a surprise for her. I'm doing well. Recently, my cousin came to visit me and it was her birthday. I'll be on vacation in December, if I pass the grade. At the moment, I like math, but I don't like P.E. I'll studying multiplication and then learn division. I watch videos about this to learn more. I'm very happy to receive your letters. It is good to learn more about you. I like the project. How are you doing? 

Job 19:25 "But I am certain that he who will take up my cause is living, and that in time to come, he will take his place in the dust." 

Kisses and hugs,
I hope to meet you one day, 


To end, a letter from Emanuel. He has really been sharing about his friends, lately, which I love to hear. Just our kids being kids, spending time with friends, doing their favorite things. 

Emanuel is 19 years old and lives in Tanzania. He wrote his letter on September 17th, 2016. 


Dear Kayla, 

I greet you in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. My family and I are doing well. I hope that you and your family are doing well and are in good health. Thank you for the letter you sent me. I was happy to know more about how you live. You asked me about my friends. They are Richard, Salum, and Stive. My friends and I are close and advise each other on how to go about life. We like to eat together and work together. I would like to share with you a bible verse from Psalm 102:1 "Hear my prayer Lord. Let me cry for help to you." What sports do you and your friends like? I wish you a good. I was saddened by your last letter to hear about your church. I pray that God will give you you a new church to pray in. I will be happy to hear that G and C are growing well and that they like playing. I pray that C will get well quickly so she may keep studying and praying peacefully. I wish you a good life that is pleasing to God. 



Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Saying Goodbye to Three Girls

Over the last week, I have been contacted by Compassion three separate times. Each time, I learned that I had lost another one of my correspondent children, each for varying reasons. All three of these girls were what I call "old timers." I had been writing to them for 3-4 years and had developed a wonderful relationship with each of them. It's always hard to see a correspondent child go, especially after such a long time of getting to know them. I want to share them each now, as a way to remember them.

Sagitaria's financial sponsor was unable to continue sponsoring her. 

Allison's sponsor decided that they wanted to begin writing to her again. 

Khushi's Compassion project in India had to close its doors. 

Monday, October 17, 2016

Another Wonderful Letter and Drawing from Rujikorn

Many of my children send me great artwork and I love it all. A drawing done with love is always a happy gift. But, most are just typical child drawings. I'm no artist, but spent my childhood drawing people and houses and cars, the typical doodles seen around the world. My girl Rujikorn, though, has been such a wonderful artist since her first letter. Her drawings have been colorful and detailed since the beginning and just seem to be improving. I look forward to every drawing she sends!

And, of course, the letter is great too. :) I laugh because she introduces herself in every year, even though I've been writing to her for years.

Rujikorn is 12 years old and lives in Thailand. Her letter is dated July 29th, 2016.


Dear Kayla, 

Hello. My name is Rujikorn. I was glad to receive your letter and I thank you for the many letters and beautiful photos I received from you. My family and I are doing fine. Reading the bible makes me happier. Prayer helps me feel better I am afraid of snakes. I look like my father. I write with my right hand. I am really happy to write a letter to you. On my birthday, there were church members joining worship service and praying for me and my family. My family provided some snacks for everyday. I was really happy. I was happy that you wished me a happy birthday and sent the birthday page with two children. It made me really happy because you are a kind sponsor to me. Even though you are far away, you are kind and you love me so much. I love you and I miss you always too. I go to school everyday. I study with all my best. I attend the project activities regularly. Recently, the project held and activity to grow trees for a water source. My friends and I grew trees, so in the future there will be enough water for generations. Please pray for me and my family. My father, mother, and I pray for you always. I hope you visit me soon. God bless you. 

With Love in Jesus Christ,


Saturday, October 15, 2016

My Ugandan Trio Strikes Again!

Hahaha. Sometimes I make myself laugh. I guess "strikes again" doesn't have a very positive connotation, but I just mean that I got letters from all three of my Ugandan kids this week. My kids here are certainly growing up! It's great to hear how they are accomplishing new things in their lives. I have noticed that these letters are still taking quite awhile to get to me, some over 4 months, but I still have hopes that they will start to arrive quicker.

First, I'll share Derrick's letter. He has recently started a vocational training class in mechanics. In his last couple of letters, he has mentioned this class, so I know that he is excited about it. He really does seem to be learning a lot!

Derrick is 13 years old. His letter is dated July 9th, 2016.


Dear Kayla, 

It is a good morning here and I am very happy to write to you again. I am fine and my family has been good. How are you? How is Gage and Chloe? I am so busy with learning mechanics. I am now able to identify and work on shock absorbers for cars. I am still learning more about the engine of a car. 

Thank you for your letters. I always enjoy hearing from you. I enjoyed hearing about the past Jewish culture. It is good to learn about God's word when you're young. I am glad that I was taught about God's love for me. Jesus loved us so much and died to save us. It is true that Jesus wants every person to follow him. He is the way, the truth, and the life. I am so grateful for your support and I pray for you, as well. 



Now, a letter from Brenda. She is succeeding very well in high school and often shares about her good grades and accomplishments in her letters. 

Brenda is 17 years old. This letter was written on June 1st, 2016. 


Dear Kayla, 

I am greeting you in Jesus's mighty name. How are you and how is your family? Back to me, I am fine. My family members are greeting you too. Thank you so much. 

In our area, we are now receiving both sunshine and rainfall. I will soon go back to school so pray for me that I can finish the term well. 

The reason that I am writing this letter to you is to thank you for your letter you sent to me. The letter was so so good. 

Here, I have a verse to share; 2 John 1:8, which says, "Watch yourselves, so that you may not lose what we have worked for, but may win a full reward." It teaches me that if I start a journey in Christ, I must finish it and not lose it. 



To wrap up, a letter from Eric. I just received this letter today, so it is great to be able to type it up with the other two letters from this country. It appears that Eric has also started a vocational program, which I love to hear! That was always his goal, from when I started writing to him in 2011. His goal was to finish 8th grade (which he's accomplishing now) and then do a vocational program. I am so happy to see him accomplishing the goals he set in his Compassion project! 

Eric is 21 years old. His letter is dated June 30th, 2016. 


Dear Kayla, 

Greetings to you in the name of Jesus Christ. How are you? For me, I am okay. I am doing well and my mother is also fine. She has a problem with her eyes, but we hope that she will be fine. I thank you very much for the letter that you wrote to me. I became very happy when I received it. Indeed, God has a great plan for me and I thank you for sending me the encouraging verse. How is your work going on? I am studying well. My course is going on well and I like it. I can now read and interpret a simple building plan. I hope to learn more and more. At school, we do a lot of practice work and it is helping me learn well. Here in Kisoro, we are having dry season. We have finished harvesting beans. Please pray for us to get rainfall soon and that my mother gets well soon. I love you and pray for your always. God bless you. 



Thursday, October 13, 2016

Jhojaira's Updated Photo: 2016

This precious girl is one of my newest kiddos. If you remember, I took on several of a friend's correspondent children a couple of months ago. With that, I got all of the past photos that this dear friend, which I have to say, is a wonderful way to start off a sponsorship. It's great to be able to see a new kiddo grow and change in the their photos. And then to get a new one so soon! Jhojaira certainly has a beautiful smile. I hope we get to write to each other for many more years.

(Click on the photo to make it larger)

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Welcome Erick to My Family!

Hello everyone! I think some of you may have been waiting for a post like this, so I am so happy to write it.

As you know, last month, I lost my precious boy, Sagar, as he left his project. My heart ached for a couple weeks and I prayed pretty much constantly for Sagar and about Sagar's life. When I felt like I could breathe a bit, I knew it was time to look for a new child to sponsor. But, honestly, I didn't even know where to start. I had a feeling that I wanted another boy, but I looked at page after page on the Compassion website and didn't feel a connection to any children.

Then, I saw a fellow sponsor post on Facebook that her parents were having to cancel a couple sponsorships. That person posted an older girl that was needing a sponsor. I suddenly got the idea and sent this sponsor a message. I asked one question: "Do your parents sponsor any older boys that they are looking for a sponsor for."

They had one.




And the rest, as they say, is history!

Meet 13 year old Erick, from Honduras. Look at this sweet face!

And if that isn't cute enough for you, look at his previous photo. What an angel boy! 

And now, a new journey starts. 

Friday, October 7, 2016

Two Letters from Kalpesh

Just like Sadiya earlier this week, I received two letters from Kalpesh, in just two days. Letters from India has been trapped in a large backlog, so I am so happy for things to be picking up again. Kalpesh has always been a big writer, so it's good to be hearing from him again. The first letter was written over the summer and the second letter was written just a couple of weeks ago!

Kalpesh is 14 years old and lives in India. This first letter is dated June 10th, 2016.


Dearest Kayla & Family,

Greetings to you in the holy name of Jesus Christ from me and my family. I am very happy to write to you. I am glad to receive your letter. Thank you so much for your lovely letter and stickers. Here, by the grace of the Lord and through your prayers, we are safe and sound. I am pleased to inform you that I got good marks in my last year exam and I am promoted to 9th grade. Right now, I'm in summer vacation from school. My academic year will start next week. Please keep praying for my health. In the month of April 2016,  I received jeans, a shirt, and inner wear as my birthday gift, which you sent for me. I am very thankful to you for the gift and for loving me. May God bless you lots. Much love from us. 

With Love,


In this next letter, Kalpesh is answering the list of questions I recently sent my children. Some may think these lists of questions are impersonal, but I find that my children really enjoy answering the questions, especially if I answer all of the questions too, as an example. I think these lists are a great way to learn a lot of information about our kids in a short period of time. 

This letter was written on September 19th, 2016. Amazingly fast delivery! 


Dear Kayla & Family, 

Greetings to you in the precious name of Jesus Christ from our family. I received your letter and I am glad to hear from you. Thank you so much for the letter. Here, by God's grace and through your prayers, we are doing very well. I hope you are doing fine. My favorite fruit is pineapple. My favorite vegetable is lady finger (another name for okra). My favorite sweet food is ice cream. The best gift I've ever received is beautiful clothes on my birthday. I like to spend time outside either playing with the other children or going for a walk with my friends. In winter days, I like to stay inside and draw pictures. In the morning, the first thing I do after waking up is brush my teeth. At night, the last thing I do before going to bed is read my bible. My favorite game to play is Kabaddi. I'll pray that God leads you to attend a new church. Also, for your old church, I tell them stop fighting and learn to live with love. Thank you so much for your encouraging words. Keep praying for my studies and my health. Once again, thanks a lot for your love and prayers. May God help you and guide you in your job. 

With Love,


Thursday, October 6, 2016

Jhonrex's Updated Photo: 2016

I saw a new face on my account and thought, just for a second, that I was assigned a new child. But goodness gracious, Jhonrex has turned into a man!

You can click on the photo to make it larger.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Two Letters from Sadiya!

A few weeks ago, I put in an inquiry for Sadiya, as I had not heard from her since March. Over the last week, I received two letters! One letter was written in May and another in August, so it seems like we've caught up with letters, there.

In this first letter, Sadiya answers several of my questions from past letters and also lets me know that she will soon "visit her native" place. This information will come into play in her second letter.

Sadiya is 12 years old and lives in India. This letter was written on May 20th, 2016.


Dear Kayla, 

Greetings to you in the name of Jesus Christ. Me and my family are fine. I received your letter. I am very glad to read it. Thank you so much for your letters and pictures. And also thank you very much for your gift. I got an iron box, a plate set, and a black colored jacket. We had a V.B.S program and we enjoyed it a lot. We celebrated and I participated in a drama. Yes, I follow rules in school, at the project, and what my parents say. Thank you for teaching me how to pray. Through a sponsor, I get help. Through sponsor letters, I learn many new things. We have hot weather now. We have summer vacation from our school and I will travel to my native place. Please pray for me and my family. I also pray for you and your family. 

Yours Lovingly,


This next letter was written in August, by one of the staff members at Sadiya's project. The letter is not written by Sadiya because she did, indeed, travel to her native place for the summer, to visit family and celebrate a wedding. I am so happy that she was able to take such a long trip and enjoy her summer vacation. 

This letter was written on August 3rd, 2016. 


Dear Kayla, 

Greetings to you in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I write on the behalf of Sadiya and family. By the grace of God, and through your prayers, Sadiya and her family are doing well. Now, Sadiya is not in the project because she went to her native place, to attend the wedding of a relative. Thank you so much for your letter and cute children's photos, which you sent to Sadiya. She is always so excited to receive these. Sadiya, every Sunday, attends Sunday school and learns many bible verses and songs. She is improving herself day by day in studies, too. Please remember Sadiya and her family in your daily prayers, so they can grow in God. We always pray for you and your family. May God bless you and use you in every area. Thank you for your support. 

Yours in Christ, 


Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Letters to My Kids: September 2016

Last month, I wrote one letter to all of my kids. As usual, several of my children also received a second letter, when I responded to a letter that they wrote to me.

At the beginning of the month, the children that I nanny for started preschool and Pre-K. My sponsored children love hearing about the children I nanny for and seeing their pictures. In this letter, I explained the types of things that each child would be learning this year at school and how often they attend school. I also explained some of each child's favorite things. It was a fun letter to write. I included photos of each child on the first day of school with the letter.

Monday, October 3, 2016

Project Director Letter: TZ-241

As far as I know, this is the last project director/pastor letter for the year. It's been quite a journey, hasn't it? I know they send new letters every year, so until next year, I bid farewell to these letters!

To end, a letter from TZ-241, which is the project attended by my girl Agness. She attends a project and lives in a community near a large lake. This is considered the Lake Region, by Compassion.


Dear Kayla, 

Greetings in the name of Jesus. I am Rev. Zakayo, pastor of the Compassion partner church that hosts the ELCT Magu Child Development Center attended by Agness. 

I would like to express my great gratefulness to you for your efforts, prayers, and sponsorships of Agness. 

We are blessed to have a wonderful community, but it faces some challenges. There is a shortage of clean and safe water, and for quite a long time, water-borne diseases have been prevalent. There is a lack of health education. People do not know good personal hygiene and lack health awareness. And there is unreliable rainfall that leads to food insecurity. Moreover, due to such problems, many families are broken, leaving the children helpless. 

Our church wants to change the community, physically, and mentally and meet its basic needs with fairness, justice, and equality for the glory of God. God has given us this Center, a place where we can share our love with those in need, as the bible says. We have seen notable impact to our children in the church and even outside. For about five years now, the church has witnessed a large number of children receiving Jesus as their Savior. 

Economically, the Center has managed to development children with different skills, such as computers, electrical, masonry, and carpentry, which they can use for their livelihoods in the future.

The child-sponsor relationship is improved by writing letters. Letters encourage the children. They enjoy receiving and replying to letters. We thank God for giving us sponsors who devote time and resources to our children. Please write to Agness as much as you can. 

I would like to ask you to pray for some of our children who are experiencing health problems. Thank you again for your kindness and commitment to sponsor Agness at our Center. The church recognizes your support and we pray for your. May Almighty God bless you! 

Yours in Christ, 
Rev. Zakayo


Sunday, October 2, 2016

First Sunday Advocate: October

Fall is in full bloom around here. The air is crisp. The leaves are colorful. Pumpkins are popping up all over town. I am definitely a summer gal and am still refusing the fact that winter is on the way, but fall sure is beautiful.

Here, distract yourself, with me, from the creeping winter season and take a look at these beautiful children. They all attend projects with my kids and they all are waiting for sponsors. Want to add another child to your family? Consider one of these lovely kids!

Photo captions: Age, Name, Country, Project (Name of My Child at the Same Project). Each capition is also a link to the child's page, where you can learn more about them and sponsor them.

Tiny Ashley has a sponsor!