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Compassion Sunday Testimonies

Posted By Web Team On April 13, 2008 @ 1:20 am In Advocacy,Multimedia | No Comments

Compassion Sunday

“The Lord used Compassion in our church when we began to look beyond ourselves and to see how we could be less of a ‘holy huddle’ and more of a Jesus impact on the world around us. We challenged ourselves to see if we could become more involved internationally with being just a small part of the solution to world poverty.

Compassion came to our aid and showed us the way to be Jesus to the developing world. As a result of this service, we were able to reach beyond ourselves and build actual relationships with children living in poverty through Compassion.

Forty-six families in our church have become involved sponsoring children and have been so blessed because of the interactive nature of this ministry — they love to hear from the children and love investing money and time in a relationship.”

– Don Taylor, Pastor – Ni River Community Church [3], Spotsylvania, Virginia

You can also view this Compassion Sunday [4] Testimonial Video on YouTube.

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