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Look who I get to meet!

We get to meet Juan! Juan isn’t a celebrity or somebody who you will recognize. Juan is Jessica and my fourth sponsor child! He’s six years old and lives in the Dominican Republic.

Jessica and I are excited because in a little less than a month, we will be going to the Dominican Republic with World Vision and meeting Juan! We’re so excited.

Jessica wrote a sweet post about Juan today.

Thought meeting Juan is going to be a highlight of our trip, the best part will be helping other kids find people like Jessica and me to sponsor them.

And maybe that person is you!

And if you sponsor a child prior to me leaving for the Dominican Republic, I would love to meet your sponsored child. So, if you sponsor a child using THIS LINK, send me an email with their name and I will send it along to World Vision.

(The children linked here are all at the project I will be visiting).

World Vision is coordinating visits for us to meet many children and if it is possible to meet yours, get a picture with them, we will!

Also, our dear friend and designer Lisa Leonard has created this amazing one-of-kind World Vision necklace in honor of our trip to the Dominican Republic! In addition to Lisa donating 100 necklaces for the bloggers to take with us to give to children and mothers we meet in the DR, we’re also giving a limited number of them away to those who sponsor a child using the above link!

So please consider sponsoring a child. You will be changing the life of a child. But your child will also change your life. CLICK HERE TO SPONSOR TODAY.

**Remember, if you sponsor a child today, send me an email at MatthewPaulTurner@gmail.com, so I can hopefully plan to meet your child on your behalf!



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Jason

posted April 7, 2010 at 8:24 am


That’s awesome you get to meet him! I can’t wait to see pictures and read your posts from there.



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Rand

posted April 7, 2010 at 8:41 am


Hola Juan!



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Jamie the Very Worst Missionary

posted April 7, 2010 at 9:41 am


What a great gift, to be able to meet him! Very cool.



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cshell

posted April 7, 2010 at 11:21 am


Awesome, Awesome, Awesome! Read through your posts the other day from your Uganda trip, very cool.

Today, marks 4 months since we met and brought our daughter home from China. Just had lunch with her and then came back to work to read this.

Made my day! :)



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