The Waldo Canyon fire gave summer intern Allison Temnick a unique chance to see the Body of Christ operate in its purest form. And through this experience, God revealed to her three things.Continue Reading ›
Change the Story: The Compassion Experience is a traveling, interactive exhibit that allows you to journey through the lives of three real-life children who are affected not only by extreme poverty, but also by the Compassion ministry.Continue Reading ›
Our ministry may grow by leaps and bounds in terms of the number of people we help, the amount of resources we manage, or even the number of godly leaders we have. Yet if all these efforts do not lead others closer to God, we will have failed.
We may think we’re common people with normal lives, but God sees in us mighty warriors. He calls us to set God’s children free from the oppression that rules over them.
Our best-laid plans cannot guarantee success. Our financial resources cannot buy the transformation we seek. Only God can do that.
Jesus cautions us not to worry about anything, not even food or clothes. He gives us six reasons for trusting in God rather than worrying.
If God lives in us, then there’s no way of keeping Him from “showing through.”
If you could ask God anything — absolutely anything — what would it be? Sponsored children sit down with us and share their questions for God.
A sacrificing love still touches the spirit, heart, and soul of each one of us who is God’s unique, beloved creation.
In our positions as priests, servants, or soldiers in the army of God, we can protect our children from the reality of violence, poverty, and abuse — if we have the presence of God with us.
Sometimes, it’s easy to fall more in love with doing the ministry than with the one who called us. And it’s easy to get tired or burned out doing the routine or difficult tasks.