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Equipping the Church
Posted By Web Team On April 7, 2008 @ 1:44 am In For New Sponsors,Multimedia | 1 Comment
We’ve been talking about our, and we did it with a series of posts called . But the questions are done now, other than this one. Got 10 minutes for a video?
It’s called Equipping the Church, and it explains our partnership with the local … anyone? … church. That’s right!
Who better to partner with when releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name than the local church? That’s a rhetorical question y’all. We said we’re done with the questions.
The local congregations are catalysts for community change. They command the resources and respect that are critical in developing the children in their communities. They make Compassion work.
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 Equipping the Church: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8hOcoxvlGQ&rel=0
 10 Questions With Scott Todd, Special Operations Director: http://blog.compassion.com/10-questions-with-scott-todd-special-operations-director/
 10 Questions With Mike Hinckfoot, Leadership Development Ministry Director: http://blog.compassion.com/10-questions-with-mike-hinckfoot-leadership-development-ministry-director/
 10 Questions With Emily Kagiri, Child Survival Ministry Director: http://blog.compassion.com/10-questions-emily-part-one/
 10 Questions With Mark Peters (Part II): http://blog.compassion.com/10-questions-with-mark-peters-part-ii/
 10 Questions With Mike Hinckfoot (Part II): http://blog.compassion.com/10-questions-with-mike-hinckfoot-part-ii/
 10 Questions With Mark Peters, Vice President of Ministry Integration & Innovation: http://blog.compassion.com/10-questions-with-mark-peters-vice-president-of-ministry-integration-innovation/
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