The monthly cost of sponsorship requires sacrifices — eating out less often, engaging in recreational activities less frequently, and so on. But we make other, less recognized sacrifices, and they do cost us something.
God is completely trustworthy and always good. And no matter what our circumstances, we can trust Him.
One of the benefits Rossy received as a sponsored child was a medical checkup. It was during her first medical checkup that the doctor identified a suspicious murmur in her heart.
I am a sucker for reality TV. Seriously, if someone is weighing himself or trying to win a quick-fire cooking challenge or ripping down a house on TV, I’m there.
But I’ve got to tell you, working at Compassion spoils you for pop culture. Suddenly everything is in perspective.
Before starting my job here, I used…
This week, I’m visiting Thailand for some global marketing meetings. I sit at a table with 35 other Compassion staff members from around the world. Our hearts are heavy. Haiti permeates the room. We constantly wait and pray together for news from our brothers and sisters in Haiti.
I sit in the meetings barely able to…
You know when you go on a mission trip that is a completely life-changing experience, and you come back all fired up? You just stared injustice in the face and realized you can actually do something about it. Your life takes on new purpose. You know that feeling?