For many years Godfrey saw unsponsored children clinging on the child development center’s fence around mealtimes in hopes of getting food. This image is part of his driving force for speaking at Compassion events.Continue Reading ›
Once there was a place called Mathare. It was a hard place; a difficult place. But, there was also a place called the Kingdom of God.Continue Reading ›
We recently talked with Pastor Matt Chandler about The Village Church, child sponsorship, the poor and his book, The Explicit Gospel.
How exactly do we define orphan? As we follow Nelson’s journey, we will see multiple definitions of this oft-misunderstood term.
With an education, Maasai girls are free to dream, compete with their male counterparts, and decide their own future. This feat was unheard of in years past.
Eugene, one of our staff members in Kenya shares the three main reasons why slums develop in Kenya.
One of a Partnership Facilitator’s favorite moments is when they visit a family in need and leave a positive impact.
What are the hopes and dreams mothers in the developing world have for their children?
African children face a myriad of challenges as they grow up. But what is also true about African children is: they love, play, learn, hope, dream, pray — they live!
No matter how difficult their situation, children in Africa cope with immense suffering. Is this because it’s the only life they’ve known?