Your generosity is not only a blessing this Christmas but all year long. Today, as you celebrate the birth of our Savior we hope you feel the depth of His love and gratitude — and ours — for the ways you have cared for these little ones around the world.
Children living in poverty face daily challenges. However, through sponsorship you are providing children hope, love, the chance to succeed and the chance to know Christ.
Compassion Sunday 2011 took place this Sunday, April 10. Because of your participation in this annual event many children around the world have the chance to overcome poverty.
As a sponsor your whole relationship with us is one of focusing on others. But during the Christmas season your commitment to the children and families we serve is always magnified.
At Compassion, World AIDS Day is a day of gratitude for caring friends like you who have so generously given to ease the suffering, in Jesus’ name, of the AIDS-affected children and families we serve together. Thank you for taking to heart the Bible’s command in 1 John 3:18 to “not love with words or…
Spiritually speaking, some of us plant seeds, some water, some are the sun, but we all get to taste the fruits of our labor sometimes.
I am overwhelmed with gratitude as I write this. Today, as we do every day, we have the privilege of acting as a bridge between caring sponsors and children in need.
However, this particular day we have a sponsorship that is very special in that it represents a milestone for our ministry. Compassion is…
That earthquake milkshake must have really shook us up because we totally forgot to give a shout out to these blogs for sending us so many visitors in February.
So this month, we have a combined list. For February and March, these blogs booked the most blog tourists to our refreshing blog destination.
You can also view this Thank You Message video on YouTube.
If you have ever wondered what happens when God’s people pray hard and work hard, look no further than last Wednesday – Global Food Crisis Awareness Day.
Millions of dollars were raised to feed hungry children and their families around the world. In addition, thousands of children were sponsored! I know you played a part…
At the age of 3, John had his first contact with music. It was at a Compassion child development center.
Everything in John’s life could be dissonant if a particular day in his past hadn’t happened. Now, like in a beautiful symphony, John is conducting his life in a new tone – the tone of…
2009 is here, and we’re out of the gate like an earthquake milkshake. We know it doesn’t make sense, but it rhymes.
What we mean is that you made January our best month ever – more than 15,000 visitors and 20,000 visits.
And these were the blogs leading the charge with the most referred visits:
A word of thanks to everyone who shared their one word for 2009.
A copy of the 2009 Compassion calendar is being sent to:
Daryl G. Short, whose word for 2009 is innocence.
Jolanda, whose word is action.
Holly Spiotti, who received the word Emmanuel.
Evelyn, who had on her heart the word nurture.
Gin, who chose dedication.
Here’s another “Best of” type of post.
In 2008, the blogs that brought the most visitors to this here blog party were:
Rocks in My Dryer – 1,628 visits
These Words of Mine – 728 visits
Shlog – 506 visits
the Daily Durias – 477 visits
Clever Phrase Here – 472 visits
And in December, the social bloggerflys were:
These Words of…
In November, these blogs referred the most traffic to our humble site. Check ‘em out!
Thank you for your referrals ladies . . . and gentleman.
all in His design – 77 visits
the Daily Durias – 71 visits
Clever Phrase Here – 65 visits
girls just want to have fun – 50 visits
For the month of October, these blogs were da bomb diggity, fo sho.
And of special note, October was a particularly good month here. It was our first month reaching 10,000 visitors. Thank you very much for everything that you’re doing to help make this blog a success and for being so devoted to children…
For the month of September, these blogs were the heavy hitters for the referral race.
all in His design – 70 visits
Girls Just Want to Have Fun – 70 visits
5 Minutes for Parenting – 69 visits, on the back of Kelly @ LoveWell. She writes a post every Wednesday at 5 Minutes for Parenting.
Pensieve – 65…
For the month of July, these non-employee blogs referred the most dance partners our way.
Thanks for your support and for not bruising our toes.
Girls Just Want to Have Fun – 70 visits
Sheep Droppings – 61 visits
Jesus and Compassion – 49 visits
It takes two to tango, and during June, these two non-employee blogs sent us the most dance partners.
They got sweet moves.
Rocks in My Dryer – 206 visits
musings of foreign hearts – 75 visits
Anyone up for the cha cha in July?
Get 50 friends together and meet us at here on August 1.…
You can also view this Thank You Sponsors video on YouTube.
For the month of May, these non-employee blogs referred the most traffic to our humble site. Thank you very much!
Rocks in My Dryer – 409 visits
Love Well – 120 visits
musings of foreign hearts – 60 visits
challies.com – 55 visits
“Life has meaning when someone touches it at tender age. Someone stood out and shaped my life. I believe in life of fullness. Thank you my sponsor where ever you are.” – Ruzamba Niyomwungeli
We asked, and you responded. Mille grazie! A thousand thanks. Actually, 2,618 thanks. That’s how many votes we received.
It doesn’t look like SearchKindly will reach its goal of raising $1,000 this month, so far the donation thermometer reads $682, but we’re still glad they included us in their voting.
You can help advance the…
Will you help us say thank you to Tammy Chalfant, who organized the first ever Compassion Sunday event at Farmland Friends Church (FFC)?
71 children now have sponsors.
Please tell Tammy and her pastor, Kris Sorensen, how much you appreciate their work.
And Shaun Groves too. He spoke at the event, and he’s a TIRELESS advocate…