If you missed the live web cast, I would love for you to take a moment to watch. You can find the link at the end of the post. It provides a strong overview of the initiative, including stories of real rescues and answers to many frequently asked questions about Operation Baby Rescue.
Plus, I was given the opportunity to share about the little one who grabbed hold of my heart from the first day. There are so many precious, beautiful babies at the center. So many being nursed back to health and showing such improvement, visible through chunky cheeks and thighs.
But I saw Jenri.
Spelled j-e-n-r-i, pronounced Henry.
I saw him and touched his skeleton body and talked to him and told him “I see you, sweet boy.”
Then I couldn’t look anywhere but down into my own hands and weep.
Photo via teammate Jon Purple
I believe Jenri is in desperate need of your prayers.
Please click through to the video to hear me tell a little bit more of Jenri’s story.
You’ll find my heart here. Not sure how I will peel it away in a few days.
We are blogging with WorldHelp from Guatemala this week, October 1-6. So blessed to be joining a team of partners and bloggers to join the rescue: Operation Baby Rescue. Thank you for joining us to save lives and restore hope! You can tweet with us at #irescue and #blog4WH.
You can watch the video in the sidebar to learn more about the rescue.
If you would be willing to give, you may do so HERE. Every dollar counts. Thank you, friends, for joining this incredible journey.
You can also give by sharing… tweet, email, facebook this post or others about Operation Baby Rescue. It counts!