Wess Speaks (Part IV)

We recently gave you the opportunity ask our president, Wess, any questions you like. We’re publishing his transcribed answers one day at a time. If you want to catch up, here’s the background skinny. What do you think is the largest challenge […]

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Wess Speaks (Part III)

We recently gave you the opportunity ask our CEO, Wess, any questions you like. We’re publishing his answers one day at a time. How does it feel to be making such a large salary? Do you feel like it would benefit more children in poverty if […]

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Wess Speaks

We recently gave you the opportunity to ask our President, Wess Stafford, any questions you like. You didn’t disappoint. We got a variety of questions ranging from serious to silly. Wess is a fascinating storyteller. We wanted you to feel as if […]

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A Little Can Mean a Lot

Our SpotLINK guest contributor today is A. She currently serves as a worship leader and choir director. She blogs at Be Thou My Vision and co-maintains Women in Worship, a site connecting Christian women who are passionate about worshiping and serving […]

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Global Food Crisis

My heart is very heavy with the sad news we are hearing about how the current global food crisis is affecting many of our Compassion children, their families and even some of our country staff. Although we are still attempting to determine where the greatest […]

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Overcoming Denominational Differences in Tanzania

About nine years ago, when Compassion began operating in Tanzania, we were received with mixed feelings by the church.

Some thought there is no genuine organization that can offer the benefits CI claims to offer to children. Some were not comfortable that we want different evangelical denominations to come together and have a common objective in releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name.

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A Response From YOUR Fan

SUBJECT: Responses to One on One With Anthony Njoroge – A Letter to My Fans Do you have a favorite Bible verse or story that has personal meaning to you? Yes, I do. My favorite Bible verse is Lamentations 3:21-25. And if you read the whole chapter […]

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Non-Traditional Family Traditions

Many of Compassion’s sponsors are young families. Our family fits that category with children 9, 6, 5 and 2 years old. Not only do we want to help little ones overseas, my wife and I want our own children to realize the hope-stealing effects of […]

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Dear Sponsor: a Letter From Rwanda

“Life has meaning when someone touches it at tender age. Someone stood out and shaped my life. I believe in life of fullness. Thank you my sponsor where ever you are.” – Ruzamba Niyomwungeli

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