She sent a letter to God, and a minister responded. Mykehia Curry, an 18-year-old woman from Macon, Georgia, will be the first person in her family to attend college. But she needed a little boost to finish paying for it all, WMGT-TV reported. Hopeful about the future, Curry, who took out student loans to pay for tuition and housing at Albany State University in Georgia, turned to prayer, she told CNN.
“I wrote a note that said, ‘God, please help me get the rest of my stuff for college,’” Curry explained, noting she tied the message to three helium balloons and let them go. “Then I said, ‘Amen. I love you God,’ and I wrote my name and number.” Curry said she wrote the note as a simple prayer, uncertain of where the balloons and her written message might land. She assumed whoever found the note would just throw it away. But where they ended up, Curry declared, was all part of God’s plan. READ MORE