20 Letter-Writing Prompts You Can Use

Children don’t always have the skill to carry on letter “conversations.” Giving them information about ourselves is a good place to start.

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A New Sponsor’s Journey: We Received Our First Letter!

Even though we were a few months into the child sponsorship journey with Compassion (researching the organization, praying about sponsoring a child, and then finally sponsoring two children)there was still a piece of me that had felt distant from the process. Until now.

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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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Touching Hearts

The apostle Paul was filled with great love for the Thessalonian church. What if every sponsor was filled with that kind of love for the children they sponsor?

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Nine Most Common Correspondence Questions

Questions about correspondence are among the most common we hear among support community and in the contact center.

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“What’s the One Thing You’d Like Your Sponsor to Know?”

Sponsored children reflect their commitment to God no matter the circumstances around them. As they share their lives with you, they are encouraged by your response to them through your letters and prayers.

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We Are Chosen

Through his sponsor’s letters, Erlan grew to become a self-confident person. And through his sponsor’s faithfulness, he accepted Jesus as his Savior.

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5 Ways to Build a Relationship With Your Sponsored Child, and Why It Matters

The relational aspect of sponsorship is not just important in getting people to become sponsors. It is important throughout the sponsorship journey, because love is best shown in a relational context.

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One Sponsored Child’s Success Story

Saidel is his father’s 30th child. His mother, one of his father’s five wives, died when Saidel was only 3 years old. After his mother’s death, he was taken in by his older sister, a street vendor named Mireille.

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A Minute to Write a Letter, Part Two

Rendel stayed to the back of the small crowd of children, hoping — but knowing that his name would not be called. It had been three months since letter-writing day.

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