It’s been a month and a half since we last “halfed” it. Do you remember what to do?
I write my sponsored child because . . .
For those of you who are new here, we have this Saturday thing where we start a sentence and we ask you to finish it. We haven’t done our thing in over a month, but we’re doing it today – sort of.
We really don’t have any new, unfinished thoughts – so we’re linking to some…
A good name is more desirable than great riches, to be esteemed is better than silver or gold. – Proverbs 22:1 (NIV)
Compassion’s name . . .
What does Compassion’s name mean to you? What does it symbolize or represent? Is it a “good name”?
Christian child development means . . .
Going out on a limb with this one.
Compassion is a bridge . . .
I sponsor a child in poverty because . . .
In 2009, I pray that my sponsored child . . .
If I could spend Christmas with my sponsored child . . .
It’s been a few weeks, but the half is back!
My sponsored child is my hero . . .
My sponsored child’s favorite Bible verses are . . .
If Compassion did one thing differently, I think it should be . . .
I gave a gift to my sponsored child and . . .
If I had one million dollars to use in the fight against poverty, I’d . . .
My sponsored child has changed my life . . .
The best thing my sponsored child shared with me . . .
The light of Christ I see in my sponsored child is . . .
Another Saturday, another thought half finished.
Holistic child development means . . .
We heard what you think about visiting your sponsored children. And some of you shared some great experiences with us too, which got us wanting more.
Want! Want! Want! That’s us.
So, if you didn’t comment, haven’t ever commented or still have more to say, finish this sentence:
On my sponsor tour . . .