10 Questions With Dennis Tumusiime

10 questions? Yes. You asked ’em. 10 answers? Yes … kind of. They’re just not all in this post. Here we go. 10 Questions With Dennis Tumusiime, a tours and visits specialist with Compassion Uganda. 1. Do the families that Compassion […]

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Should I Visit My Sponsored Child?

Sponsor tours usually cost from $2,000 to $4,000, plus airfare to the departure city. Is that the best use of your money? What is the benefit to your child? Would it be better to use that money to: send a family gift, sponsor another child or donate to the Global Food Crisis fund?

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10 Questions With You

You’ve asked questions of Wess. You’ve asked questions of Edwin. You’ve asked questions of Anthony. And we’re tired of all the questions. 🙂 WE WANT some answers. How about it? What’s weird about you? How did you choose […]

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10 Questions With Edwin Estioko

Recently, we gave you the chance to ask Edwin Estioko, our Field Communication Specialist in the Philippines all your burning questions about himself, the Philippines and Compassion in the Philippines. Here are his answers … 1. Can you tell about […]

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Ask the Field: Uganda and the Philippines

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in the country where your sponsored child lives? What it’s like to work for Compassion? What gets the people going who do this work each day? If so, now’s your chance to “Ask the Field!” Ask […]

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Wess Speaks (The Finale)

If you’re new here, our CEO, Wess Stafford, didn’t write this post, but he did answer the question. We recorded his answer and transcribed it for your reading pleasure. Read all the posts in the Wess Speaks series. I remember you telling […]

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Wess Speaks (Part XII)

If you’re new here, our CEO, Wess Stafford, didn’t write this post, but he did answer the question. We recorded his answer and transcribed it for your reading pleasure. Read all the posts in the Wess Speaks series. Fire ants? (Kalaya G.) I […]

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Wess Speaks (Part XI)

If you’re new here, our CEO, Wess Stafford, didn’t write this post, but he did answer the question. We recorded his answer and transcribed it for your reading pleasure. Read all the posts in the Wess Speaks series. What are the first names […]

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Wess Speaks (Part X)

Two more. Three to go. Read all the posts in the Wess Speaks series. In Too Small to Ignore you shared much about your childhood. But I don’t remember reading anything about your first six years … what do you remember of your early childhood? […]

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Wess Speaks (Part IX)

Read all the posts in the Wess Speaks series. Have you been able to use your sign language as a ministry tool? (Sara Benson) Wow … how do you even know that that’s one of the languages that I learned? I learned sign language in San Angelo, TX. […]

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Wess Speaks (Part VIII)

By this time, you should know the drill. But if you’re new here, our Ask Wess post got the ball rolling, and it’s left the following in its wake: Part I Part II Part III Parts etc. What advice would you give to a young director of a small […]

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