If you could ask God anything — absolutely anything — what would it be? Sponsored children sit down with us and share their questions for God.Continue Reading ›
Our house leaked, so water came inside and everything got wet — as wet as if we were outside. Life was very bad in this way. It made me hate poverty. I wish that Compassion had been in my country then.Continue Reading ›
Repairing the Dung Gate was not the most prestigious job. Does anyone ever stand in line to do insignificant jobs – like repairing the dung gate?
Kelly Burton’s role as an artist has changed and she feels a new sense of purpose when she stands before a crowd. She is an advocate, speaking for those with no voice.
It is important to God that we serve one another selflessly, without dishonest gain, and care for each other voluntarily, without exercising dominion over others because of leadership positions.
As they toured a village in Uganda, they came upon a grave on a hillside of a man – a father, a husband, a friend, a son – prematurely taken from his family because of malaria. Malaria, a disease preventable with as little as a mosquito net and an elementary health education.
Sometimes we do things we do not understand because they are known only to the Lord. This is what our ministry does.
The need for mosquito nets for children in Burkina Faso is high, and solutions are being sought. Parental education is also a big step in the fight against malaria.
Rebekah is a perfect example of how to do something from the bottom of our hearts — as unto the Lord.
As we ate our final Lenten meal, anticipating the feast of Easter Sunday, the grand mystical celebration of life breaking past death, I felt content. Thankful.