By Amber Van Schooneveld | Categories: Employees and Culture, Multimedia
New here? You can subscribe to our blog via RSS feed and email. Thanks for visiting!
Hope Lives author, Amber Van Schooneveld, talks about her best day of ministry with Compassion International.
Hmm. It won’t play on my computer for some reason. But then, it’s been running slow; maybe I’ll let it take a nap and try again later. (The ol’ reboot trick usually works.)
I am not able to listen to this. Am I doing something wrong?
I can not get it to play?
I will get this fixed for you shortly.
does it make a difference whether we use Firefox or IE?
Should be working now.
It worked for me hahahahahahaha!!!!!!! Although the first time it did not work. Thanks for sharing Amber!!!!!!! I imagined the hope and belief that she had that God would do what He had promised!!!!!!!
I just used Internet Explorer…no Firefox
Yay! I was finally able to play it.
I liked that Amber! You don’t have a Dutch accent!!! LOL. I liked what you said at the very end about the word “minister” and condescending. We are the ones, who are blessed to serve these people. I feel so honoured to be able to sponsor these children.
I love the story you share so beautifully. Thank you. It truly is an honor to come alongside people like this.
Thanks for your story. It’s truly inspiring.
I loved that….I am so blessed to be able to be a part of this ministry.
Amber’s descriptions let me view the actual place in my mind. It is wonderful to be able to really see the joy that Compassion can bring to each person all over the world.
Amber – Thanks for helping us visualize what we can’t always clearly see!
Thank you so much for sharing.
The Lord be praised!
I just found this and listened to it for the first time. This is AWESOME! Think of this woman’s faith and love of God, in her poverty – oh that we should have that much, in our abundance. What an example she is for us. We are so blessed to be able to help our brothers and sisters in Christ, to share the burdens they carry.
Comment moderation is enabled. Your comment will appear after approval.
By using our site you agree to our ground rules.
[quote comment="10659"]I liked that Amber! You don't have a Dutch accent!!! LOL. I liked what you said at the very end about the word "minister" and condescending. We are the ones, who are blessed to serve these people. I feel so honoured to be able to sponsor these children.[/quote]
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail
Compassion International Blogcast