Jazzy's mom, Mrs. Priscila was so very excited to see Lysa. This is her welcoming Lysa. I love how she threw her hands up in the air and said "I am the mother of Jazzy Rain!" She embraced Lysa and held her for the longest time!
This is Jazzy's house. She lives here with her mom, brother & sister. Her dad passed away when Jazzy was a baby. Again, Mrs. Priscila took her by the arm and led her in their home.
Here in this picture above they are sharing their letters. Lysa brought all of her letters that she has received over the past 5 years from Jazzy and Jazzy showed her all of her letters. How cool is that? Letters are so very important.
Lysa and I talk about how we will never be the same. I did not go with her but she allowed me to peek in. I would wait for her messages and I would wake before dawn and pray. I would spend time in the word praying for Joy, Jazzy, her family and Lysa. She loves the people. She loves the Philippines and wants to go back.
Never would I have imagined when we sponsored our first little child, Ucok from Indonesia that God could change our hearts so very much. A little 12 year old girl name Alyssa met some choir children from around the world and God broke her heart. She was forever changed.
You can sponsor a child like Jazzy!