Miracle on the Seas

More than one year ago, the Fergusons booked a family cruise to get away and awaited for Spring Break 2019 to arrive so they could sail away on the high seas.  They had a great time but the best part — a miracle on the seas!

One evening, they were sitting outside on the deck of the ship visiting with another couple when a waitress came up to check on everyone. Looking closer, the Fergusons noticed her name tag said she was from Zimbabwe. They told her they had been to her beautiful country and all about the different cities and things they had seen. As the conversation continued, she asked why Zimbabwe? The Fergusons told her Alyssa’s story about her illness, her Make A Wish, and the first water well.

Then the question: “Have you ever heard of the village called Murehwa? That is where the well is.”

The answer: “I am from Murehwa!”

Everyone present started crying. It was a miracle on the seas! Far from Zimbabwe and far from America, in the middle of the ocean on a ship full of thousands, God brought hearts together. Meet Annah from Murehwa….

Annah Breakaway NCL

World Changers Club Founded

Today, more than 100 students signed up to join the World Changers Club at Ridge Point High School, Alyssa’s former high school. The newly formed club was started by two of Alyssa’s friends — Addie Howell and Josefina Garcia. It is being sponsored by the principal, Len Brogan.

WC Club 1

The focus of the club is to transform club members into World Changers through service and volunteer work.

“We are grateful to Addie, Josefina, and Mr. Brogan for honoring Alyssa in this manner. Without a doubt, she would have been pleased to know that fellow students are also being World Changers and making their own impact in this world,” stated the Fergusons.

WC Club 2

The World Changers Club is planning several projects for this school year and will most assuredly make an impact.