Our world changers, leading the way on the dirt roads in Kenya, Africa
When the world seems too overwhelming, sometimes children close their eyes, tight. Shutting out the hurt and pretending it away.
When the world seems too overwhelming, sometimes children open their eyes, wide. Letting love sink deep down and spilling it all over those around.
Our boys, ages 7 and 10, have seen quite a bit in their lifetime, passports bulging full with stamps and visas to the nations. Feeding children in trash dumps, tribal jungle treks, AIDS orphanages, inner city homeless ... their eyes have beheld.
Cultivating. Learning. Changing. Loving. Their hearts tugged on by the millions of Dalits, considered the untouchable lowest of lows, of India. We have yet to touch soil with feet. Their prayers have shaken mountains.
They banded together, sorted through their toys, searched through our learning supplies, and radically gave up. Marking prices. Selling favorite treasures. They gave, so they could share Jesus with these children in India.
"You can give without loving, but you cannot love without giving." - Amy Carmichael
Continuing to share a thanks moment, say gracias, for little hands that change the world.
hearts of children wide open to give and love and sacrifice
brothers searching through their toys
delightful voices 'lets sell this for the kids in India, Mom'
little fingers pricing treasures
piles of favorites books, cherished toys and games piled high on the dining room table
friends that came to shop, and buy, supporting world changers' dreams
Bridges of Hope, connecting young boys with the nations
reaching their goal, miraculous
lives changed for eternity, in our home and India
and somewhere a water buffalo proclaiming His praise
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