Top 10 Compassion Blogs You Loved the Most in 2018

This year, you’ve shared in incredible stories of hope, love and triumph against insurmountable odds.

Together, we prayed for rescue from disastrous cave floods to child slavery. Told personal accounts of overcoming harmful cultural taboos and physical disadvantages. But we also had a lot fun, sharing some of the beautiful places and things the kiddos you sponsor find most special.

Here are the stories you read and shared the most in 2018!

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Merry Christmas! And Thank You From Kids Around the World!

You’ve given millions of kids in poverty the best Christmas! So, Merry Christmas to you! And a million thank-yous from kids around the world!

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Your Best Letter-writing Questions and Answers of the Year

This year, we asked your most burning letter-writing questions to those in the know! Here are your best questions and answers of the year.

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Thank You for Loving and Protecting 2 Million Children

There are now 2 MILLION children being loved and protected in over 7,000 local churches in 25 countries around the world! And it’s all because of YOU!

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Compassion’s Top 10 Favorite Instagram Posts of 2018

Our Instagram photos, videos and stories reflect the hope found by children and their families that we serve around the world. Through the love of supporters, Compassion staff and Jesus, they are breaking the chains of poverty. Here are Compassion International’s top 10 favorite Instagram posts of 2018.

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One Word to Move Us in 2018: compassion

I think of a preacher from Chicago in the 1950s who saw the ravages of the Korean war. In the war-torn alleys of Seoul, he saw orphans huddled in rags trying to keep warm in the bitter cold through the night. In the morning, soldiers would come, shaking the piles of rags looking to see who did or did not make it through the night. As this man sat on the plane home to Chicago reflecting on the tragedies he’d witnessed, God moved his broken heart with compassion.

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