Archived News Releases

Archived News Releases

  • A Compassionate Milestone

    May 15, 2003

  • A Compassionate Milestone

    May 15, 2003

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., May 15, 2003 -- Despite nationwide economic troubles, Compassion International has continued to grow and has reached a major milestone, now providing life-changing assistance to a half-million children around the world.

    The 500,000th child to join Compassion's program is a seven-year-old Guatemalan girl named Irma Lopez Chox.

  • Compassion International Announces Partnership with Acappella

    Mar 21, 2003

    Compassion International is excited to announce that the award-winning vocal group Acappella has joined its roster of partnering music artists.

  • Compassion International Announces Partnership with Acappella

    Mar 21, 2003

    Compassion International is excited to announce that the award-winning vocal group Acappella has joined its roster of partnering music artists.

  • Taking It to the Streets

    Feb 19, 2003

    A unique conference focused on urban youth ministry is bringing inspiration, encouragement and practical knowledge to workers who may be facing burnout.

  • Taking It to the Streets

    Feb 19, 2003

    A unique conference focused on urban youth ministry is bringing inspiration, encouragement and practical knowledge to workers who may be facing burnout.

  • Michael W. Smith Helps Compassion Gain Nearly 4,000 Sponsorships

    Jan 31, 2003

    Compassion International today announced that nearly 4,000 children have been sponsored in just six weeks through the recent efforts of their Grammy Award-winning partner artist, Michael W. Smith.

  • Michael W. Smith Helps Compassion Gain Nearly 4,000 Sponsorships

    Jan 31, 2003

    Compassion International today announced that nearly 4,000 children have been sponsored in just six weeks through the recent efforts of their Grammy Award-winning partner artist, Michael W. Smith.

  • Christmas Around the World

    Dec 19, 2002

    When Manuela Santana sits down for her Christmas dinner this year, it won't be the usual roast duck, turkey or ham to which most Americans are accustomed. Instead, the 11-year-old girl will feast on rice and pigeon peas, a dish native to her home in the Dominican Republic.

  • Christmas Around the World

    Dec 19, 2002

    When Manuela Santana sits down for her Christmas dinner this year, it won't be the usual roast duck, turkey or ham to which most Americans are accustomed. Instead, the 11-year-old girl will feast on rice and pigeon peas, a dish native to her home in the Dominican Republic.

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