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Now, before you start champing at the bit to get a look at all of the new children in need of sponsors, there are a couple of things that have to take place. You might say, they don’t want to put the horse before the cart. (Okay, you probably wouldn’t say that at all, but, for whatever reason, I’ve obviously got a little horse theme going on here. Humor me. The writing process is a mysterious thing!)
For starters, Russell is hoping to bring on another person to help with the accounting side of the program. Imagine what it is like to keep up with the financial side of all of the child sponsorships! It will take a little while to get the new person out of the gate and up to speed.
Naturally, Kim Hall is plowing ahead to get all of the kids sponsored. She’s busy getting a profile ready for each of the 165 new children. Kim is a hard worker, but even she can’t get that done overnight!
In great news, a church in Kansas is opting to sponsor about half of the children from the new center. This church didn’t want to deal with the administrative requirements of having a sister church, but they still want to be involved in child sponsorship. This is the perfect opportunity for church members to sponsor children at the same location. Shut the barn door!
So, while it’s understandable you’re eager to see all of the smiling faces of the children at the new feeding center, hold yer horses! They’ll be trotting them out soon!
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