My Sponsor Wiped My Mother’s Tears Away

I celebrate my sponsorship with Compassion because through the relationship with my sponsor, I caught the fire of hope. Sponsorship puts hope in the hearts of children and in return these children serve the rest of the world with that hope.

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Tables Turned: Meeting the Moody Scholars

I don’t know how they do it, but the sponsored children always seem to turn the tables on us. We visit a country to be a blessing to the children, and end up getting blessed as well, maybe more. I have a friend who wrote to her child that she […]

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Ask a Moody Scholar

We trust that as regular readers of our blog, you’re familiar with Michelle, Tony and Richmond — our first three Moody scholars. So we’ll forego the explanation of who they are and get right to the point. Each one of them is going […]

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Michelle Tolentino

Leadership Development Program graduate Michelle Tolentino talks about the value and meaning of Compassion’s programs in her life.

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A Conversation With Richmond Wandera

Do you remember Richmond? He’s one of the Wess Stafford-Moody Bible Institute Scholarship recipients Celina told you about. Do you have 21 minutes? If so, you’ll be hard-pressed not to be impressed by this humble man. Greg Nettle, senior […]

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God Heals

I’m an American mom who raised two sons, one stepson and one stepdaughter. We were your classic “blended family,” I suppose, and it wasn’t easy. Issues that come up for blended families can be extremely complex. All four of my children were teenagers […]

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Moody Bible Institute Full Ride Scholarships

It’s happening again! In 2009, three more Leadership Development Program grads will be able to begin studying at Moody Bible Institute, with full-ride scholarships. I anticipate having the list of finalists in March, and hope to have our new students […]

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The Favor

Hey! Remember me? Well, I just wanted to share another quick story about what it is like to work with the Leadership Development Program (LDP) grads. Something that I have learned in my job is that I’m not necessarily supposed to meet every need but […]

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We Shall Overcome

Recently, a great privilege and opportunity came my way. As it goes in the workplace, something happens or someone leaves, and all of a sudden you find out you have a new project on your hands. My project was the first-ever Wess Stafford Moody Bible […]

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Leadership Development in the Dominican Republic

César Antonio Beltran is the first graduate of the Dominican Republic’s leadership development program, graduating summa cum laude with a degree in computer engineering in February 2008. He has now traveled to the United States to pursue a master’s […]

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