Saving His Sparrows

Saving His Sparrows
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Friday, October 12, 2012

These two caught my eye...

Two little boys...

Colin and Jordan

You'd hardly notice them as you scroll down the pages at Reece's Rainbow...

There are SO many children there!

All so deserving...

All in great need of loving families...

All needing a voice to shout for them...

To share the story of their plight in hopes that someone sees them...

And chooses to go to the other side of the world to save them!

Some children catch the eye right away!

Perhaps it's a darling baby...

Adam - who could resist his sweetness?

Perhaps it is their smile...




Perhaps it's their extra desperate need...



Perhaps it's the alarming difference in their "before" and "after" pictures...


Whatever it is that catches your eye...

And leads you to shout for them...

Thank you!

Please don't stop!

They NEED your voice!

Today I want to draw your attention to two little boys that caught my eye somewhere along the way...


Colin and Jordan

They need a voice too...

I fear they are often forgotten...

Often passed by and unnoticed :(

Here's Colin


How can Colin smile when he can see no hope?

How can he even imagine that life could ever change to something good for him?

He sits in his bed day after day...

In a room full of children's beds...

With not much to do...

Not much to live for or hope for...

How can he smile in those circumstances?

Does he know that most little boys get to ride bikes...

Play ball...

Fly kites..

Go to school...

Have a dog...

And best of all...

Know the security of their family's love?

And then there's Jordan...


He has a little smile...

and a spark of mischief in his eye...

He could have such a wonderful time if he had the opportunity to do what little boys like to do!

Play with toy cars...

Play hide and go seek...

Run and jump and pretend they are flying!

And yet always know that Mama will make sure they get their supper...

And Daddy will keep them safe!

That they will always be loved and protected!

Instead of these things Jordan is probably confined to a bed, chair, or playpen...

He looks like he probably doesn't get enough to eat...

He never gets enough love or attention :(

Two little boys that caught my heart...


Colin and Jordan

So I'm sharing them with you!

Jenny at Zero the Zero's blog set a lofty goal to get the kids at Reece's Rainbow who are aged 6 or older to $100 in their grant funds by October 31...

Colin and Jordan are just 2 of the many kids on her list!


Colin and Jordan

I'm shouting for them today!

Colin currently has $30 in his fund...

Jordan has $53...

They need some help to get to $100...

And most of all they need families!

There are many ways to help...

Prayers...

Sharing their need on Facbook, Blogs, Twitter...

Donations large or small...

Or adoption...

They need a chance to live and play....

Learn and grow...

And most of all know the forever love of a family!

Colin and Jordan

Can you help in at least one way today?

Prayers and Shares are free!

And if you donate to either of their grant funds...




Jenny will enter you into her Toy Giveaway!


And let her know you donated!

For information on how to adopt click the link below:


P.S. - The other children listed in this post need families too!

They are all precious and important...

Please pray and help them in whatever way you can!

You can read more about any of the children in this post on their Reece's Rainbow profile by clicking on their names under their pictures.

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Emmitt and Victoria caught my eye a long time ago...



How long must they wait?



Victoria's bag-a-thon auction is still going on!

Please check it out HERE!

Auction ends Oct. 14, 2012 - so check it out soon!

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This post is part of the Forget-Me-Not Friday link-up hosted by Jane!

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1 comment:

  1. pam your constant voice for these beautiful kids is so wonderful! i love your heart xxx

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