My heart is in Bolivia right now.
I love the theme of the World Vision bloggers trip because it so multi-dimensional.
My heart is in Bolivia because my sweet husband Matthew is there. As much as I miss him, I love reading his posts, tweets and skyping at night, knowing that he is being obedient to God’s calling on his life.
My heart is in Bolivia as I relate to Nish and recall what was like to leave Elias to go to DR with World Vision last spring.
My heart is in Bolivia because I long for people to discover the life-changing action of child sponsorship. I was overjoyed when I read this post from Sarah Mae and her family’s decision to sponsor a child in Bolivia.
My heart is in Bolivia as I pray for the World Vision staff, like Carla, who tirelessly serves in Bolivia and around the world.
My heart is in Bolivia as I ponder motherhood and reflect on the fact that my “trials” are not trials at all – these are trials.
My heart is in Bolivia when I watch a video like this and see World Vision helping children with special needs. Children can hear, walk and live because of World Vision’s work.
My heart is in Bolivia when I think about Sara’s Mariella and how thankful I am that we are sponsoring her as a gift to Sara… I wonder if others might consider sponsoring a child for a friend or family member. What a gift!
My heart is in Bolivia as I think about social justice exhaustion and I pray that it will not be true. That people will step up and sponsor children, making a difference in that child’s life and in their communities.
My heart is in Bolivia.
Please click on the links above. Read the stories from Bolivia and prayerfully consider sponsoring a child through World Vision. You can make a difference.
PS- The World Vision bloggers are hosting a livestream session tonight! Hang out with them at 7pm PST/10pm EST here: http://bit.ly/WVBB-LIVE (Please help spread the word today while they’re out in the countryside today!)