Monday, January 26, 2009


We received an email from the director of the school where my class' pen pals are. This is what he said (no changes made)...

Good Evening,...

We are going to start to taking the pictures Tomorrow 22/1/2009 and will send it together with the letters...

Since we started the Pen Pal Project it had bring more credibility to the school even some of the students who had left for another school are trying to come back...

Thank You very much for your assistance given to us and the school, may God bless you and your children,Good Bye.

I left out some info with the ... but wanted you to see what he had written in what is above. How amazing to see God's provision through a "simple" thing as a pen pal. We had sent some disposable cameras for them to take pictures of their area, and will develop them here and send copies to them. We are extremely excited to see more of their country as well as share more of our area with them. God is so good!!!


FaerieMama said...

What a cool idea! hOw did you set up this penpal experience?

Bethany said...

This is SUCH a wonderful idea! Brilliant. I love it. I hope you post some pictures of the kids' penpals in Ghana whenever you get them.

Lisa said...

Faerie Mama Hello! It's been a while since we began, but I think it was the following website which I used to find our current pen pals...

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