This Saturday, April 13, up to 300 church leaders will gather to hear global experts discuss: What is the global Church’s role in protecting and developing vulnerable children here in America and abroad?
I have a few books in my cubicle at work. 50 to be exact. All copies of Just a Minute. And I want to give them to you.
Today in 2008, a blog was born. And thousands of children now have sponsors because of it. Because of you. Thank you.
Last month, we took some time to examine the different nuances of giving. And this is what stood out to us. Enjoy!
Christmas shopping can be filled with pitfalls — shopping injuries, re-gifting and the brick-hard fruitcake, just to name a few. As you navigate the holidays this year, laugh at the giving fails and rejoice in gifts of hope.
Have some difficult people on your Christmas shopping list? You could get them a gift that has a shelf life…or you could give them a gift that lasts forever!
Let’s talk about how the next 20 days are going to be different than normal for each of us. Let’s talk about the joys, rewards, effort and difficulty involved with giving. And let’s raise $20,000 for children in need this Christmas.
I wasn’t looking for another child to sponsor. But then I saw two things next to her picture on the website: a red heart and a red ribbon.
Josiane, from Rwanda, had been waiting for a sponsor for over six months.
The red ribbon showed that Josiane lived in an AIDS-affected area.
Online, as I added Josiane’s…
Let’s paint a complete picture of giving this holiday season and see what we come up with. Let’s see if what we uncover helps connect us more closely to Jesus and helps make giving a part of our everyday lives.
Your participation and support of blog month helped offer hope and opportunity to thousands of children living in extreme poverty. And on their behalf we are grateful. Thank you.
Ten separate sponsors will win a $25 gift for their sponsored child. Five separate sponsors will win a $100 gift for their sponsored child’s family.
September is Blog Month at Compassion. And what that means is prizes, giveaways, blogging assignments and more children sponsored via the Internet than any previous September in our history.
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.
The total cost of Fatao’s surgery, including passport, visa, travel, the surgery itself and follow-up care, is $23,000. As we did a few years ago with Alexander, we’re asking you for help. Please make a donation to help pay for Fatao’s heart surgery.
How can we (and so many people we know) be so overwhelmed and so outraged about human trafficking and have it still exist in our world today?
This week’s limited edition t-shirt from Sevenly supports our Child Survival Program. Sevenly will donate $7 from the sale of each t-shirt sold this week. Once this week is over, the t-shirt is gone forever.
We’re in the midst of a campaign to takeover the Water.org Twitter account. Water.org’s 432,000 Twitter followers represent a whole new audience for us. An audience that may not know what we do, why we do it or who we do it for. This is what we want to tell them.
We want to end extreme poverty in our lifetime. And 58: is about all of the other children that we can’t sponsor, but want to.
Please vote for us to takeover the Water.org Twitter account and encourage others to vote for us as well.
It’s time for you to take the stage. Your perspective is valuable. We want to learn from you. And we want to be challenged by you.
The inspiring true story of the global Church in action.
Is eliminating extreme poverty possible or is it heresy? Is it just a matter of interpretation or a matter of priorities?
By the end of their 3,000-mile bike ride, Travis and Alissa Hilley and Jason Hardrath will have changed a small corner of Guatemala, providing lifesaving safe water systems for impoverished children and their families.
The 4/14 Window Global Initiative is a group dedicated to raising the global Church’s awareness about the significance of reaching children in this strategic time frame. They have called for this day of fasting and prayer so children worldwide have an opportunity to experience the life-transforming hope of Christ.