What’s One Thing Compassion Bloggers Have in Common?

Each Compassion Blogger on this trip to the Dominican Republic has an amazing personal story to share. All different. All unique.

Yet as you get to know Ruth, Bonnie, Holley, Lisa and Bri this week, you will see something in their blog posts, something special they all have in common – a deeply held love for God and for His children.

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Become a Missionary Without Leaving Home

We as sponsors have the ability to make a difference in the life of a child living in poverty and fulfill our individual calling here at home.

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Hope Deferred

Do children waiting for a sponsor question their value based on whether they have a sponsor or not? Do they compare themselves to their sponsored friends and find themselves wanting?

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Sharing a Moment in Time

How long does it take to change a child’s life? Just. One. Minute.

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A Wise Woman Builds Her House

Today is International Women’s Day and we are asking the question, what does giving 90% mean for a woman in the developing world?

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The Value of Sports in the Life of a Child

Sports teach children about unity and trust, about how to express themselves more freely and sports can help children discover their gifts and talents.

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Discovering a Piece of Ministry History

Poking around the ministry archives, a commercial recording from a famous ministry spokesperson was discovered. Who do you think it could be?

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Who Doesn’t Like Cute Baby Pictures?

How can anyone not like cute baby pictures? Especially when babies are such great reminders of what’s most important in life.

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A Heart Deeply Stirred

Not everyone experiences the developing world in the same way. How is your heart stirred for those who live in a developing country?

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Tanzania: A Picture of Hope

What if each nation in this world was meant to reflect one particular attribute of God?

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