Monday Fun and Inspiration

February 13, 2008 — Leave a comment

On Monday, Randy and I went to lunch at Bobby Salazar’s. It was tasty, as usual.

After lunch, Randy took me to the World Vision Experience: AIDS at Campus Bible Church.

It was truly amazing and inspiring. You walked through an immersion experience as you followed the life of a child. At the end of the experience, you got to find out if your child lived or died from the AIDS virus.

My child (Emmanuel) lived. Randy’s perished from AIDS.

I was moved by the experience, as I have been from the Compassion Uganda Bloggers. Follow their stories and see if your heart is not deeply moved: (Randy, Chris, Carlos, Heather, Spence, Shaun, Phil, Doug, Sophie, Anne, Tom, Brian, Shannon, & Keely)

If you haven’t done it, please consider sponsoring a child trhough Compassion (or World Vision). Our Compassion child is named Engel. He is our little man in Ecuador and we love him very much. $30 in NOTHING for us in the USA, but it does WONDERS for a child in another country, Please, please, please… make a difference in the life of a child TODAY!

On a lighter note, the experience and visuals served to inspire us for our next sermon series at NewCov that we are calling “Rescue.”

And of course, we had some dancing…

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