Saving His Sparrows

Saving His Sparrows
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Friday, November 9, 2012

Prayed for boys!

Today I'm sharing two special boys with you!

Meet Heath and Wesley!


The two newest guests at Emmitt's party!


First Heath...

Lonely, lonely life...


That's what Heath has :(

Many 10 year old boys would find it terribly boring to sit through an hour-long adult meeting that they don't understand...

They'd so much rather be out running and playing...

Riding bikes...

Playing ball with friends...

Sitting still can be torturous when there's nothing to do!

Well Heath doesn't just sit for an hour...

He sits ALL DAY LONG (whenever he isn't in bed)...

He sits in a wheelchair that he shares with another child...

He sits in a shed with no toys...

With nothing to look at at but what he can see out the door of his shed, and the bare walls...

And benches and carpets filled with other miserable boys rocking, moaning, groaning...

Hitting themselves, biting themselves, scratching themselves for lack of something to do...

Anything to bring some kind of stimulation in their dull and boring lives :(

What's even worse...


Heath has no hope of anything better...

UNLESS a family comes to take him from his miserable surroundings...

And give him home, love, and opportunity to learn that there is SO MUCH MORE to life...

Than monotonous, endless days in a shed!

The GOOD thing is...

Heath is loved by many people!

Fundraisers have been held...

And Heath has an adoption grant fund with over TWENTY THOUSAND dollars in it!

This will cover the vast majority of the expenses for the family that chooses to adopt him!

What's more a family met him 2 years ago...

They saw Heath with their own eyes...

They caught a glimpse of his miserable life...

And they wrote moving posts about him...

I hope you find time to read them!


Post # 1 has a section devoted to Brady by Aaron's Mom!
Note: "Brady" (now Judd) mentioned in the first post has been adopted and is doing well!  Sadley Heath is still waiting :(
Also a couple of other boys have since been transferred to this instituiton and are available for adoption as well.


Post number 2 is especially about Heath and was written by Aaron's Dad!


Post number 3 Shows a picture of the shed where the boys sit...

And describes what life is like for boys like Heath who spend there days there...

It truly is a miserable life :(


Heath desperately needs to come home!

Is he your son?

(Aaron, mentioned in the title of post # 3, was adopted by the family who wrote these posts and he is doing very well!)

You can read Heath's Reece's Rainbow profile HERE.

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Now for dear Wesley!



Sweet Wesley was ABANDONED when he was 6 years old :(

Imagine how that must make him feel!

I'm not wanted...

I'm not worth anything to my family...

They don't like me...

I'm worthless :(

Despite his heartbreaking rejection by his family...

Wesley is described as gentle, polite, and sensitive...

He enjoys playing with others...

He likes stories, games, balls, and toy cars...

He is a very normal little boy...

Who will thrive in a family!

After waiting for 6 long years (he's 12 now)...

Imagine what it would mean to him to find out that he is loved and valued for who he is...

That he will always have a home...

That his parents and siblings love to have him around...

And can't imagine life without him in it!

He's waiting for that love and assurance!

Waiting for a family to choose him!


Is he waiting for you?

Have you just met your son?

You can read Wesley's Reece's Rainbow profile HERE!

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Heath and Wesley are prayed for boys!

They are blessed to have a prayer warrior and advocate, Sandra, who brought them to Emmitt's party!


While Heath has a very large grant...

Which makes his adoption nearly fully funded...

$21,302 !!!!
(He just needs a family!)

Wesley's adoption fund is relatively small...

$270.50

So Sandra is holding a giveaway fundraiser for him!
Names (from those who donate or share the giveaway on blogs or facebook)  will be drawn to select recipients for several gifts!

Please visit Sandra's blog below to view the gifts available and find out how you can be entered into the drawing and help Wesley at the same time!

http://trippingdifferently.com/2012/10/30/precious-one-giveaway-for-wesley/

You can donate to Wesley's Fund HERE (tax deductible in the US!)

Sandra's post also tells a beautiful version of the "Starfish Story" that you don't want to miss!


Your prayers, shares, and donations really can make a difference to Wesley and Heath!

Is there even a slight possibility one of these boys could be your son?

Check out THIS LINK to learn more about the adoption process!

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Do you have a child you'd like to bring to Emmitt's party?

For each $5 donation to Emmitt's Fund a child of your choice will have a place on my sidebar at least until Emmitt's birthday January 24 - maybe longer!

I will also include your chosen child(ren) in a blog post!

If you don't already have a child in mind...


You can visit Reece's Rainbow HERE and choose one!

Leave a comment on this post or e-mail me at savinghissparrows@gmail.com to let me know you donated to Emmitt and who you are inviting to the party!

I hope you can come!


Emmitt needs to come home...

He needs a family so, So MUCH!

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

Forget Me Not Fridays

You can visit her post for this week HERE!

Please feel free add an orphan advocacy post of your own to the link-up!


2 comments:

  1. I am donating $10 so that Yelena and Shaun can come to the party (very cute idea, by the way!)

    Yelena:I have a button with a grab box already made for her which you can find on my blog if that is easier, but here is the link to her profile: http://reecesrainbow.org/12873/yelena5904

    And Shaun: http://reecesrainbow.org/1532/shaun-etkf-region-3

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  2. I also wanted to let you know I will add Emmitt to my facebook community Reece's Rainbow album : http://www.facebook.com/shebecomescommunity

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