Christian stories for children are a great way to teach how kids around the world live. Children love hearing about the daily lives of their peers who live internationally.
Our Christian stories for children present topics like:
You’ll read first-hand accounts from children living in desperate circumstances. These stories will show how children can be content even when life is difficult.
Christian stories for children are a practical way to instill compassion for the issue of worldwide poverty. This magazine will make it possible for you to share accurate and first-hand stories from children around the globe.
Step inside bedrooms of kids around the world! What do you see?
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Surf’s up! These kids in Brazil are making waves.
These Compassion-sponsored kids don’t need a lot of toys to be happy or have fun.
Check out their favorites >
Edwin, an elephant keeper in Kenya, was in Compassion’s program when he was little. See how he cares for God’s creatures!
These kids in the Philippines used to swim across a dangerous river just to get to school. Now a canoe helps them start their journey.
It’s important for children in the developing world to learn skills so they can earn money when they’re older.
The story of Ku, a bird who was born without feathers and can't fly, was adapted from an ancient Mexican fable.
Read this fable >
How much do you know about school in Brazil? Photos show you what a day is like for 8-year-old Emidio, from the moment he wakes up to the time he gets ready for bed.
Learn more about life in Brazil >
Read how doctors helped fix Fatao’s heart.
These kids were bullied and teased — just because they are different. But they found help.
With toilets, sinks and showers, bathrooms meet a lot of important needs. But many kids who live in poverty don’t have bathrooms.
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Health care is not available to many of the poorest children around the world, but Compassion-sponsored kids get the care they need.
Take a look! >
Meet a girl in the Philippines who loves to teach — especially about Jesus.
Malaria is a disease that kills children living in poverty in Africa. But it's a disease that can easily be prevented.
Learn more about malaria >
School is an important part of God's plan for kids. Read the prayers of five Compassion-sponsored children.
Read powerful prayers
from kids >
For the poorest kids in many countries, getting to school is hard. But they can still have fun crowding onto boats and bikes.
Learn more about how kids get to school around the world >
See what life is like for students in countries such as India, Kenya and the Philippines.
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