What’s in the Mail: Berekyah

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Letter’s in the mail! I received another letter from Berekyah this last week. I sponsor Berekyah through Haiti Outreach Ministries. In this letter, Berekyah drew a lot of pictures: a house, a flower, the Bible, sunshine, a person that I think must be him, a police car, and something that is tall and sort of looks like a mail box. However, from what I know about Haiti, they do not have an organized mail system. Therefore, I am unsure about what the tall thing is. Do you have any ideas?

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He also writes that he is praying for me that God blesses me and my family. He is so sweet. Since the translator must not have seen the writing on the back of the letter, I used Google Translate to decipher what his message was. Berekyah ended his letter saying, “I love you.” He is so sweet!

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I always love hearing from my readers, so feel free to comment on this post. How are you? How may I pray for you? Have you received any letters from your sponsored children lately? What have been your favorite drawings from your sponsored children?

Prayer Request

COVID-19 has infected Haiti as well, so please be in prayer that God will stop the spread of the virus in Haiti and that He will protect my sponsored children in Haiti and around the world.

Sponsor a Child

Please sponsor a child through Haiti Outreach Ministries. For $35 per month, you can help a child receive an education, school supplies, clothing, food, health care, and an opportunity to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Due to the skyrocketing prices of food during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is as important as ever to sponsor a child to ensure that they can get food for survival. Please sponsor a child through Haiti Outreach Ministries today; you have approximately 333 students to choose from when sponsoring a child according to the latest information I received from HOM. So that is 333 children that need a sponsor today. Are you one of those sponsors?

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ABCs of Child Sponsorship Letters: B

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Are you looking for ideas for what to write to your sponsored children? Throughout this ABCs of Child Sponsorship Letters series, I am going to share lots of ideas with you on letter writing. These ideas are useful for any child sponsorship program, but I may give some specific ideas for Compassion International, Haiti Outreach Ministries, and Eden Ministries.

Today’s ideas are Bible stories and Bible verses! Your sponsored children need to know the Gospel and about Jesus Christ. Therefore, use your letters to share the Gospel with them.

The prime time to share the Gospel is as long as it is called today. That time is right now! Don’t delay because we are never guaranteed tomorrow.

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So what Bible verses and stories are helpful in sharing in your letters? Here are some topics to write about and a few questions to ask as well.

  • What is your favorite Bible verse?
  • What is your favorite Bible story?
  • Who is your favorite Bible character?
  • What Bible verse are you trying to memorize right now?
  • What have you learned in church this week?
  • What was this week’s sermon about?
  • Who is your pastor? What are they like?
  • What is your church like? What does your church do during the year?
  • What are some of your favorite Bible study tools?
  • What book of the Bible are you studying and / or reading right now?
  • Do you use a Bible reading plan?
  • What Bible reading plan do you use?
  • Try sending a Bible reading plan for your sponsored child to use, especially if it is similar to the one you are using. Wouldn’t it be great if you read the same verses together each day?
  • What fruit of the Spirit do you want to grow this year?
  • What are some promises that God has made in His Word that you are holding onto?
  • In sharing Bible stories, many children love stories that include animals. So try talking about when God created the world, Noah and the Ark.
  • Other stories could include David and Goliath, Esther, Ruth and Naomi, Daniel in the Lion’s Den.
  • There is always time to talk about Jesus! He is the main point of the whole Bible.
  • If you are nervous about talking or writing about certain parts of the Bible, remember that all of the Bible is God’s Word. It is important that nothing is left out. See these Bible verses about the importance of God’s Word: Luke 24:27; John 10:35; 2 Timothy 3:16; 2 Peter 1:20; Deuteronomy 8:3; Psalm 18:30; Psalm 119; Proverbs 30:5; Isaiah 40:8; Isaiah 55:11; Matthew 4:4; Matthew 7:24; Matthew 24:35; John 17:17; 2 Timothy 2:15; Hebrews 4:12; Revelation 19:13; Revelation 22:7.
  • Either ask your child or ask your sponsorship organization if your child has their own Bible in their own language. If they do not have one, consider bringing one to them when you visit them in person. The gift of God’s Word is special to them and not something to take for granted.
  • You can even share the history of the Bible with them, such as when it was put together as one book, the stories of the martyrs who sacrificed their lives to translate the Bible, and the stories of missionaries who put their lives on the line to share the Gospel for the glory of God. You may inspire your sponsored children to become missionaries when they grow up too! You never know the legacy that you could have when you sponsor a child and encourage them through letters.

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I always love hearing from my readers, so feel free to comment on this post. What are some ideas you have for writing to your sponsored children? Do you ever get stuck on what to write to your sponsored children? What things do you like to share about the Bible with your sponsored children?

Sponsor a child

Please consider sponsoring a child through Compassion International, Haiti Outreach Ministries, or Eden Ministries. By sponsoring a child through any of these organizations, you will help a child and their family. They will receive an education, food, clothing, health care, shelter, and the opportunity to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Ways to Keep Christ in Easter

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How do you celebrate Easter? Whom do you focus on at Easter? Our culture over time has begun associating Easter with a bunny and Easter egg hunts, rather than the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Without Christ, there would be no hope and no reason to celebrate Easter. Therefore, in order to combat the loss of focus on Christ at Easter especially in the households of believers in Christ, here is a list of ways to keep Christ in Easter for your family.

  • Read the Bible as a family. Read the life of Christ in the Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. However, Jesus is truly on every page of the Bible because He is the Word. Therefore, while reading through the Bible, you can ask yourselves these questions: What does the text teach me about God (Jesus Christ)? How will I live now in light of those truths?
  • Pray as a family. There are so many things to pray for, but prayer together can be a beautiful reminder to keep Christ in the center of Easter.
  • When pandemic is not holding us hostage, attend church together. Once this is all over with, I invite you to First Baptist Church of Paoli (Indiana).
  • Even during a pandemic, we can watch a church service online. One of my favorite pastors to listen to during this time has been Alistair Begg.
  • You can still dye Easter eggs, but consider getting Resurrection eggs, which help you share the Gospel story with your children. You can order Resurrection eggs from Christianbook.com.
  • Read a children’s book about the Gospel story. Easter is coming!Easter is coming! And The Quiet Crazy Easter Day are two great books that I have reviewed before.
  • Sing hymns that focus on the Resurrection and the Gospel.
  • Share the Gospel with all of your friends and family, so that they have the hope of Jesus Christ too.
  • Read through prayers from The Valley of Vision.

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I always love hearing from my readers, so feel free to comment on this post. How are you during this time? How may I pray for you? What traditions or ways are you using to keep Christ at the center of Easter? What ideas would you add to this list? How has your church been active during this season? If you have watched sermons online, what have been your favorites to listen to? How do you normally celebrate Easter? What are some of your favorite resources for Easter? What books do you like to read with your family during Easter?

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My Favorite Spring Skincare Products

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Skincare is very important, especially as we age. As I enter my 30s, I hope to take better care of my skin by doing things differently. However, I am different from many of the women around me in the fact that I typically do not wear makeup. Even without makeup, I still do my best to take care of my skin.

I use these products during the spring time to protect my skin…

  • Sunscreen. I have learned quickly in life that sunscreen is a must (no matter your skin type). Recently, a University Of Kentucky football player got melanoma on the BOTTOM of his foot! Sunscreen is imperative for everyone. I typically use Coppertone’s Sport 50 or 75 SPF Spray Sunscreen. Even in spring, there is a need for sunscreen. There was a very warm, sunny day this past week, so I decided to go outside without thinking about sunscreen. Big mistake! I got a sun burn! While it was short-lived as far as a sun burn goes, it taught me that even in spring we all need to wear sunscreen. I do not know about your skin type, but you still need to use sunscreen to prevent skin cancer.
  • Aloe Vera. If I am a little burnt and need soothing or if I am trying to keep my tan a little longer, Ocean Potion’s Aloe Vera lotion is my go-to product. Ocean Potion has lots of other skin care products too.
  • Lip gloss and/ or chapstick. Lips can become chapped in any type of weather. I like to use Chapstick with some SPF.
  • Bug spray. If you will be camping or hiking outside, it is best to use something with DEET to keep mosquitoes and ticks away. I typically use OFF! Deep Woods Bug Spray. For walking around the lawn, I use Avon’s Skin So Soft; usually it only takes a drop or two which makes the bottle last a long time. Ticks are out in spring, so it is time to watch out for ticks. And the windier the day is, the more likely a tick will be blown onto you. Watch out!
  • Bug Bite Gel – The type I use is Johnson & Johnson’s Band-Aid Anti Itch Gel.
  • Hat and sunglasses. These also protect your skin from the sun, and while they can sometimes be cumbersome, by using a hat and / or sunglasses, you can save yourself time at the dermatologist.
  • Hand sanitizer – These days with the Coronavirus running around, it is best to sanitize either with hand sanitizer or soap and water. However, do not use hand sanitizer too often because it will end up removing the layer on your biome, which will end up getting you sick more often. As my cousin has told me before, “The worst thing you can do for your immune system is to coddle it.”
  • Soap and water – Using soap and water is a year round thing, but with the Coronavirus pandemic, I thought I would encourage everyone to wash your hands! Even when there is not a pandemic, please wash your hands!
  • Skin lotion – Now that your hands are super dry from washing your hands and sanitizing them so often, use skin lotion to help them from cracking. I often like to use Bath and Body Works skin lotions because while hydrating my skin, I can also smell good.

* I am not a doctor, nor am I an expert in skincare. However, I do believe: if you see a spot, mole, or weird area growing on your skin, please go see a dermatologist. By putting off taking care of yourself, if it is an actual skin cancer spot, you will reap a bigger problem in the long run.

Here are a few articles from the American Academy of Dermatology and CDC to check out information on skincare:

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I always love hearing from my readers, so feel free to comment on this post. What skin care products do you use in the spring? What would you like to add to this list of skin care products and articles? Have you been going outside during the Coronavirus pandemic?

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Attributes of God

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In order to know God better, it is important and helpful to study His attributes. Knowing His attributes can help you not fall into false theology, trust in His promises, and grow in sanctification. Therefore, I would like to share some resources for you to learn more about His attributes.  The theologians who wrote these books and made these resources available are far more equipped at explaining the attributes than I am, so I definitely recommend that you read their writing too!

I have learned that His attributes are broken up into two types: Communicable and Incommunicable. Communicable attributes are ones that we can grow in; for example, we can become more loving. Of course, we will never adequately and perfectly possess or explain his attributes. God’s incommunicable attributes are alone His. We can understand them so to speak but will never be able to experience them ourselves.

While most of His attributes are found in the Bible, the attributes have been explained by theologians over the centuries. Here are some great books and resources to learn more about God’s attributes:

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I always love hearing from my readers, so feel free to comment on this post. Have you studies God’s attributes before? What other resources have you used when studying His attributes? In your study, has learning more about God’s attributes helped you grow in faith?

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What’s in the Mail: Berekyah

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Letter’s in the mail! This weekend I received a letter from Berekyah, whom I sponsor through Haiti Outreach Ministries. He sent one letter, and he also colored the Christmas coloring pages that I sent him and used them as Christmas cards for me. He is so sweet and thoughtful. The last line in his letter is in English: “I love you”. I really hope to go to Haiti to meet him as soon as this COVID-19 is over.

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He writes that he, his family, and his friends are all well. He asks about my dad and my newest second cousin. He likes playing ball and playing with toy cars. I have noted that for what to get as a present for when I visit him in Haiti. He also says that he likes reading and elephants, but there’s none in Haiti. I remember writing to him about a visit to the zoo, that I like seeing elephants at the zoo.

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He also drew a picture of what looks like a house, a person with long hair, and a tree. I wonder if the person is me? I have long hair. I wonder what his next letter will be like.

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I always love hearing from my readers, so please feel free to comment on this post. Do you sponsor a child? What organization do you sponsor a child through? What have your sponsored children sent to you? Have you been able to meet your sponsored child  yet?

Sponsor a child

Please sponsor a child through Haiti Outreach Ministries. While they have 80.5% of students sponsored, they have approximately 333 more students yet to be sponsored. By sponsoring a child for $35 per month through Haiti Outreach Ministries (approximately $1.16 per day), you can help a child receive an education, food, clothing, shelter, health care, and the opportunity to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ. During this time of COVID-19, it is more important than ever to help these children in Haiti by sponsoring them. Please sponsor a child through Haiti Outreach Ministries.

Prayer Request

Please be in prayer for my sponsored children and the people of Haiti. I have been told by one of my sponsored children’s mothers that there is a food crisis in Haiti and that prices on food have sky rocketed due to COVID-19. Please pray that they get the food that they need. Please pray that they rely on God during these days.

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What’s in the Mail: Lourddjany

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Letter’s in the mail! This weekend my mom and I received a letter from Lourddjany, whom we sponsor through Haiti Outreach Ministries. Lourddjany now has a little sister who is approximately three months old. Because I have been able to communicate with her family a little through Facebook video messenger, I have a picture of the baby sister. And she is so cute! I have also been in daily communication with Lourddjany’s mother through Facebook messenger; they are curious about our lives. Lourddjany really wants to be able to recognize us when we go to Haiti. (Hopefully, I will be able to travel to Haiti to meet them after COVID-19 is over.)

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Lourddjany’s favorite colors are now pink and blue. She writes that she had an 87.6/100 at school for her average, and I am so proud of her. She also drew hearts, flowers, a sunshine, and a butterfly in her letters. She is so sweet!

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I always love hearing from my readers, so feel free to comment on this post. Do you have a sponsored child? Do you want to sponsor a child? Have you ever met your sponsored child?

Sponsor a child

Please sponsor a child through Haiti Outreach Ministries. They have 80.5% of their children sponsored, but they have approximately 333 students yet to be sponsored. Sponsoring a child through Haiti Outreach Ministries for $35 per month (approximately $1.16 per day) allows that child to receive an education, food, healthcare, clothing, and the opportunity to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Now during the COVID-19 pandemic, child sponsorship is more important than ever because it can mean life or death for the child and their family members. Please sponsor a child today.

Prayer Request

Please be in prayer for my sponsored children and the people of Haiti. I have been told by Lourddjany’s mother that there is a food shortage and that food prices have sky rocketed due to COVID-19 in Haiti. Please also consider donating to Haiti Outreach Ministries’ Emergency Fund, which can help the children and their families get food in this strenuous time.

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10 Ways to Celebrate Easter during the COVID-19 Lockdown

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Per the President’s recommendations, we need to continue social distancing until at least April 30. This means that churches may not celebrate Easter in person. However, families and individuals can still celebrate Jesus’ resurrection at home. Here are ten ways to celebrate Easter during this COVID-19 lockdown.

  • Order Resurrection eggs through Christianbook.com. Talk to children about Jesus’ resurrection. Mercy House Global has felt Easter eggs, and Baby Devotions has a Bilingual Toddler Resurrection Egg set available as well.
  • Memorize a Bible verse as a family.
  • Send Easter cards to elderly in nursing homes, sharing the Gospel with them.
  • Pray for Christians around the world as they celebrate Easter and deal with COVID-19. Pray for the missionaries around the world as well as your pastor.
  • Make resurrection rolls with your children (where the marshmallow disappears from the inside), and share the Gospel with your children. Lifeway Kids shared the recipe for the Resurrection Rolls here: https://kidsministry.lifeway.com/2014/03/31/easter-recipe-resurrection-rolls/#.UzmLiqhdWTQ
  • Make some Easter crafts with your children. Christian Preschool Printables has all sorts of Easter crafts and activities available here: http://christianpreschoolprintables.com/holiday-bible-printables/easter-bible-printables/
  • If allowed, visit the nursing home outside their windows, and make signs showing love and encouragement to the elderly there.
  • Take groceries to elderly or families in need as a way to be the hands and feet of Jesus this Easter.
  • Instead of Christmas caroling, do Easter caroling by singing hymns and other songs that are about Jesus’ resurrection. Just make sure to do it 6 feet apart, social distancing style. The K-Love Fan Awards have a list of 12 Easter Hymns to sing: https://www.fanawards.com/easter-hymns-celebrate-resurrection
  • Make yard signs that explain the Gospel, and display them in your yard for people driving or walking by to get groceries or going to the hospital.

The prime time for sharing the Gospel is as long as it is called Today.

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I always love hearing from my readers, so feel free to comment on this post. What are some of your favorite ways to celebrate Easter with your family? How is your Easter changing this year due to COVID-19? What are other ideas you would add to this list? How may I pray for you and your family during this time?

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My Experience Starting Seeds with the Jiffy Tomato & Vegetable Greenhouse: Part 1

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It is finally spring again, and that means it is time to start tomato seeds again. Here at Deringer Farm, I am hoping to plant all kinds of vegetables, flowers, and some fruit trees this year. I find it even more important to grow a garden this year due to the COVID-19 crisis, so that our family will not run out of food. Things I hope to plant and grow this year include:

  • Tomatoes
  • Lemons
  • Sweet Peppers
  • Red Peppers
  • African
  • Forget me nots
  • Green Peppers
  • Cucumbers
  • Summer Squash
  • Carrots
  • Green Beans
  • Peaches

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I saved all sorts of seeds from over the past year hoping that they will grow this year. Last year to start the tomato seeds, I tried starting them in egg cartons starting them in egg cartons. While that was a useful way of starting tomato seeds, I found that the roots of the tomato plants grew through the carton making it difficult to remove them for planting. Therefore, this year I am testing out the Jiffy Tomato & Vegetable Greenhouse, which is available at Walmart and other local gardening supply stores.

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The Jiffy Tomato & Vegetable Greenhouse comes with 36 “pellets” for planting seeds, so you could have approximately 36 new tomato plants this year. That is really helpful in my opinion, and that could produce a lot of tomatoes. So after opening the container, I read the instructions, which were fairly easy to understand. Unlike using the egg cartons, the Jiffy Tomato & Vegetable Greenhouse doesn’t need extra dirt because the dirt is in the pellets. The Jiffy Greenhouse also does not have holes in the bottom of the pan, so water will not spill out onto whatever table or bar that you have them sitting on.

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First, you get warm water and pour it into each of the pellets. The warm water allows the pellets to expand, and they sound like “Snap, Crackle, and Pop” as they expand to their full capacity. It takes quiet a bit of water for these to expand fully, so do not worry about overwatering the pellets. If you do end up with too much water, you can take it outside and pour the excess off.

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* The Jiffy Greenhouse does include some nutrients for the soil but on the main instructions, it did not talk about using it. So I will wait to add the nutrients until the pellets need water again. The nutrients call for being mixed with a gallon of water.

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Then, once they are fully expanded, open up the netting on each one of the pellets and then start making little holes for your seeds. You can use 2-3 seeds per pellet; I went with 3 seeds per pellet because I am hoping that at least one seed will work. After the seeds are in cover them back up with the dirt in the pellets. These should have enough water in them to start the seeds. You can then place the lid on the Jiffy Greenhouse and move it to a place that is not in direct sunlight. The Jiffy Greenhouse should now work as its own little greenhouse, growing the seeds and keeping them watered. Of course, the instructions say that when the seeds start to sprout, crack the greenhouse lid (slide it partly to the side) to let more air in. Then, when you are ready for planting, take the lid off and begin preparing them for the transition to outside. If you see that the pellets are turning brown instead of the black wet dirt, add some more water.

I am excited to see how effective the Jiffy Tomato & Vegetable Greenhouse is in starting the seeds, and I will update as the process continues. Thus far, the process that the Jiffy Greenhouse uses is really simple.

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I always love hearing from my readers, so feel free to comment on this post! Are you doing a garden this year? What do you like to plant and grow? Is this your first time planning a garden? What are your tips for growing a garden? Have you used the Jiffy Tomato and Vegetable Greenhouse before? What are your experiences with growing a garden?

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ABCs of Child Sponsorship Letters: A

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Are you looking for ideas for what to write to your sponsored children? Throughout this ABCs of Child Sponsorship Letters series, I am going to share lots of ideas with you on letter writing. These ideas are useful for any child sponsorship program, but I may give some specific ideas for Compassion International, Haiti Outreach Ministries, and Eden Ministries.

Today’s ideas are ALL ABOUT YOU! Your sponsored children want to know you better. Of course, in some countries, it is typically not polite to ask too many questions and be nosy. Therefore, you will have to tell them more about you even if they do not ask.

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So what sorts of things about yourself are worthy of writing about? Here are some topics to write about, and if you need questions to ask your children, these will work for some of the questions as well.

  • Introduce yourself: What’s your name?
  • Where do you live?
  • How old are you?
  • What kind of job do you have?
  • Are you a Christian? What do you believe?
  • Do you attend church?
  • How do you serve in church?
  • What is your favorite color?
  • Do you have any pets? What are their names?
  • What is your favorite animal?
  • What do you like to do in your spare time?
  • Do you like to read? What is your favorite book? What are you reading lately?
  • Do you like music? What is your favorite song? What is your favorite band? What music have you been listening to lately?
  • Do you have siblings? Tell me about your family.
  • What are some of your childhood memories?
  • What games do you like to play?
  • Who are your friends? What do you like to do with your friends?
  • Do you like sports? What sports do you like to play? What sports do you like to watch?
  • Where do you like to travel?
  • Include a picture of yourself. Your sponsored children want to know what you look like, so that when you visit them they will recognize you!

Join in on the conversation!

I always love hearing from my readers, so feel free to comment on this post. What are some ideas you have for writing to your sponsored children? Do you ever get stuck on what to write to your sponsored children?

Sponsor a child

Please consider sponsoring a child through Compassion International, Haiti Outreach Ministries, or Eden Ministries. By sponsoring a child through any of these organizations, you will help a child and their family. They will receive an education, food, clothing, health care, shelter, and the opportunity to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

signature: love, sarah