This Man Has AIDS

On a recent trip to Africa, I met a man. A man named “John” who is living positively with HIV and even AIDS.

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Reflections of a Compassion Traveller – Day Three

I still can’t get over what we’ve experienced in producing Reflections of a Compassion Traveller. Until I turned 10 I lived in a culture that believed the existence of higher powers or gods inhabited carved figurines (plated with gold even) […]

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Back From Colombia

I recently had the privilege of visiting my three correspondence children, a few children that I helped find sponsors for, and the sponsored child of my pastor in Colombia. It was a trip I will never forget (unless I get a serious bout of amnesia). […]

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Michelle Tolentino

Leadership Development Program graduate Michelle Tolentino talks about the value and meaning of Compassion’s programs in her life.

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Make an Impact

What if we never heard the story of how David slew Goliath? Or the story about Jesus rebuking the storm? How about when Elijah brought the widow’s son back to life? Honestly … think of your faith without all those miraculous stories. I can’t […]

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Thank You for Your Faithfulness

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Reflections of a Compassion Traveller – Day Two

Today Mel reflects on community, the power of prayer, and the ubiquitousness of Barbie after visiting a leprosy colony in Purulia.

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Reflections of a Compassion Traveller – Day One

Have you ever embarked on a new venture, perhaps with a plan, only to realise half way (when you’ve gone beyond the point of no return) that the venture is not unfolding the way you’d envisioned? After all, in the words of wise King Solomon: “Many […]

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A Conversation With Richmond Wandera

Do you remember Richmond? He’s one of the Wess Stafford-Moody Bible Institute Scholarship recipients Celina told you about. Do you have 21 minutes? If so, you’ll be hard-pressed not to be impressed by this humble man. Greg Nettle, senior […]

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World Water Day: Be a Voice

Today is World Water Day. This year’s theme is “Shared Water – Shared Opportunities.” Nurturing the opportunities for cooperation in transboundary water management can help build mutual respect, understanding and trust among countries […]

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