What Would you Like to Know About Your Sponsored Child’s Country?

What would you like to know about the country where your sponsored child lives?

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The Value of Sports in the Life of a Child

Sports teach children about unity and trust, about how to express themselves more freely and sports can help children discover their gifts and talents.

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Samuel Orlando: Living With Purpose

God never abandons his children. He is never late, but He is never early either. Rather, He is ALWAYS there.

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Leadership Profile: Jonathan Almonte

“It was as when the stones speak. I opened my eyes and said to myself that God was calling me to something more. My dream is to become an ambassador, and at the utmost degree, represent my country as the president.

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The Day That Changed Haiti Forever

Our long-term strategy to help rebuild Haiti embodies four key areas — equipping pastors, offering child protection to highly vulnerable children, creating income-generating programs, and reconstructing Compassion-assisted child development centers.

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What Does the Quality of Compassion Look Like?

For a number of Haitians, fear is being challenged by hope. Optimism is battling against fatalism.

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Kid’s Snacks in Haiti

As many other Caribbean countries, Haiti has a very rich cuisine. Haiti however, maintains an independently unique flavor.

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What Inspires You to do More?

Meeting Joel gave EJ a clear picture into the ways that Jesus’ followers need to work together to care for each other.

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Experiencing Letter Writing Day in Haiti

Sponsored children need encouragement from sponsors who believe in their potential to do well. Words of encouragement in a letter can make all the difference.

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Stop Watching and Start Doing

When EJ Swanson stood in his sponsored child’s tiny, nearly un-liveable house with walls leaning sideways, spiders in the rafters and a muddy floor, it hit him: “Sooner or later, we have to stop watching, and do something!”

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