It All Begins with a Letter

When you care deeply for someone, you always find some way to show them just how much you care. Whether it is through a hug, buying them their favorite food, or just spending quality time with them, showing love is fulfilling. The expressing aspect to the relationship is vital and puts the creative parts of the brain to work.

As a sponsor, you have a unique opportunity to send love half way around the world starting with four simple letters–d…e…a…r.

Proverbs 16:24  

Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones.

Letter from SponsorHow long has it been since you wrote a letter to your sponsored child? Are you unsure of whether or not there is value in your penned words? Reflect on the words above found in Proverbs to assure your mind that your words are meaningful.

Imagine living in a world where you are a child with no living parents. You are happy that an organization from the United States came to your rescue and gave you the chance to go to school. Who do you share you good days with? Yes, there is the wonderful staff and then one day you receive a letter from your wonderful sponsor.

This letter encourages you to study well and be kind to others. This letter expresses how special you are despite your situation. This letter came from far away when it didn’t have to and you love this letter. You can’t stop smiling for the letter has made your day!

So what does this narrative inspire you to believe? Your encouraging words are valuable; for they were meant to be given life. Your letters are the beginning of a beautiful relationship!

~~ Learn more about letter writing here ~~

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