by Lo, Children at Risk DTS student
The words flare up as the kids sing and dance around the courtyard. They sing their favorite song: “I am free, free to dance, free to live for you.” I close my eyes as I feel the presence of God all around me with these kids.
For three days we had the privilege of spending our time at a home for children devastated by HIV/AIDS. We shared the importance of value, prayer, and letting your light shine. We made crafts, sang action songs, and played puppet shows and games with them.
All of these children touched our hearts immensely. I could go on and on explaining what we did with them, but my team and I believe the best way for them to be remembered is by sharing a little bit about who they are and our personal time with them. (Click their photo to read their story.)