It's Spring Break this week, so I've been a really bad blogger. As in, it's Thursday and I don't have last week's Sunday Sparkle post up. Oops. I am still doing my One Dress Project though, so I thought that I would give you guys an update.
First, I have last Friday and Saturdays pictures. Friday was the last day before I left to go home for Spring Break, so that's why the background is different from the rest! Saturday was St. Patrick's Day, so of course I had to wear green so that I wouldn't get pinched!
I told my Sunday School kids what I'm doing. When I told them that there were still slaves in the world, those 4th and 5th graders didn't believe me. One of them said, "Maybe in other countries, but not in America!" When I told them that there were slaves in America and that Atlanta was one of the top human trafficking cities, they didn't want to believe me. 27 million people are enslaved around the world. That's a lot of people- and we must do something about this problem. We talked about what they can do to stand with conviction against things. One kid said he wanted to wear the same pair of shoes every day to raise awareness for kids around the world that don't have shoes. Others talked about ways to feed the hungry or stand up against bullying. I think it's so great that they are learning these things while they are still young, and I'm so glad that I get the opportunity to talk to them about this!