So, the big ol’ Carnival is just a few days away! I can’t wait!
We believe that child sponsorship is a great way to care for children and also a feasible way to ‘adopt’ a child into your family. We sponsor David and Emely (in Honduras) and we feel like they are a part of our family. We pray for them everyday. Miss Emely has a birthday soon and we sent a gift and will be celebrating with her from afar.
I was very excited when World Vision said they would love to be part of our Carnival. I talked with the child ambassador last week and she said that there was a bit of a mix-up and instead of receiving 50 children’s packets she received 138.
This means that there will be 138 children at our Carnival needing the love, financial support, and prayers of a family.There will be 138 pictures of children that have been removed from the system in hopes that they would find sponsors at our event. Some of these children are from Honduras and others from all over the world.
Would you consider ‘adopting’ one of these children? All it takes is a $1/day! If so, then stop at the World Vision booth first thing on Sunday! If you can’t make it on Sunday but would love to sponsor one of these children, please email me at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ironically and not so ironically, James was interviewed by our local radio station discussing why we chose to be child sponsors. The interview aired a few weeks ago, but you can listen to it here: Faith Radio Interview
I am so proud of him!