Archived News Releases

Archived News Releases

  • Mobilizing Christians to Fight Poverty

    Jan 12, 2005

    Compassion International, a long-term Christian child development ministry, has joined the Micah Challenge to support their efforts to mobilize Christians to fight poverty worldwide. Since 1952, Compassion has been an advocate for children, releasing them from spiritual, social, economic and physical poverty. The Micah Challenge encourages Christians to engage with the poor and work to influence world leaders to meet a set of United Nations' millennium development goals by 2015.

  • A Concert for the Children

    Aug 20, 2004

    Geoff Moore, Kristy Starling and Big Daddy Weave  are partnering with Compassion International this fall to bring music and stories of hope to 25 American cities. The Evening of Compassion tour provides a forum for the artists to share their passion for helping children who are among the poorest of the poor.

  • A Concert for the Children

    Aug 20, 2004

    Geoff Moore, Kristy Starling and Big Daddy Weave  are partnering with Compassion International this fall to bring music and stories of hope to 25 American cities. The Evening of Compassion tour provides a forum for the artists to share their passion for helping children who are among the poorest of the poor.

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  • Famine Crisis in Tanzania

    Apr 19, 2004

    Crisis in Tanzania - Despite recent rainfall in the East African country of Tanzania, a severe famine has prompted Compassion International, one of the world's largest child development agencies, to provide emergency food supplies to the region.

  • Famine Crisis in Tanzania

    Apr 19, 2004

    Crisis in Tanzania - Despite recent rainfall in the East African country of Tanzania, a severe famine has prompted Compassion International, one of the world's largest child development agencies, to provide emergency food supplies to the region.

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