Philippines Milestone: 50,000 Registered Children

 “Why just now?” asks Pastor Joel. “Where was Compassion when I was just a child who had all the potential but did not have the money to go to school or to eat three square meals a day?” Pastor Joel grew up on the remote island of Siquijor […]

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Overcoming Denominational Differences in Tanzania

About nine years ago, when Compassion began operating in Tanzania, we were received with mixed feelings by the church.

Some thought there is no genuine organization that can offer the benefits CI claims to offer to children. Some were not comfortable that we want different evangelical denominations to come together and have a common objective in releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name.

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Something to Smile About

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Something to Get Excited About

Meet Jeffry. He lives in Nicaragua. He is our one millionth registered child. A registered child is different than a sponsored child in that the registered child doesn’t have a sponsor . . . yet. Once the registered child gets a sponsor, that child […]

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