Writing Your Compassion Sponsor Child


Last night, I had the very pleasant experience of writing my sponsor child. I always consider writing to my little guy, Ronald, a privilege, but now writing to him is also a convenient and expedient! I finally decided to utilize the online letter writing form. The first step allows you to pick stationery for the letter to be printed on. Then, step two allows you to write your message in a text box. Step three allows you to insert three pictures. In step four, you can preview how your letter will look on both the front and the back of the letter with the pictures and text inserted in the appropriate places! Finally, step five allows you to submit the letter electronically!

If you have a compassion sponsor child, I would encourage you to try writing your child from your online account. I hope this will encourage anyone that is hesitant to attempt writing to your child online! The process was very simple and should allow your letter to reach your child more quickly as well as make writing easier. Hopefully this will inspire you to write to your child more often. Don’t forget what Jesus said, ”Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. 15 Truly I tell you, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.” (Mark 10: 14-15). By writing your child, you are demonstrating love to the little ones Jesus loves and expanding the Kingdom of God here on earth.

As Jason Gray puts it in his new song, “Every Act of Love”

Oh, we bring the kingdom come
Oh, with every act of love
Jesus, help us carry You
Alive in us, Your light shines through
With every act of love
We bring the kingdom come
God put a million, million doors in the world
For His love to walk through
One of those doors is you
I said, God put a million, million doors in the world
For His love to walk through
One of those doors is you


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