The Poor Will Not Always Be With Us
The tyranny of extreme poverty can be broken. It's time for us as Christians to start living the life we were called to. Poverty has a solution: it is the true fast of Isaiah 58.
Bono on Eradicating Poverty
A TEDTalks podcast: Bono shares inspiring data that shows the end of poverty is in sight...if we can harness the momentum.
Rescuing the Future
God's church must speak for those who cannot speak for themselves. Through sponsorship, we can breathe hope into the lives of children in poverty, so they may dream, aspire for a future and become the adults God intended them to be.
Let the Children Come to Me
Compassion's ministry is child-focused. This inspirational video will move your congregation to put their faith into action on behalf of children who are close to the heart of God.
What is Poverty?
Poverty is complex. The solution is equally complex and requires attention to a child's spiritual, economic, social and physical needs. When we take a whole child approach, we can end poverty, one child at a time.
Compassion works in eight African countries ministering to children and their families through church-based projects.
My View on Compassion
When Senior Pastor Brian Berg of Woodlands Church learned about Compassion, "I realized this would be a great way to fill a hole in our global missions program that we had been looking to fill - ministering to people in poverty."
What Would Children Ask God?
Children from around the world share the touching, funny and heart-wrenching questions they would ask God if they could sit with Him.
58: THE FILM
This is an inspiring, true story of the global Church in action. Witness bravery and determined faith in a journey from the slums of Kenya to the streets of New York. Explore what it really means to follow Isaiah 58.
This humorous, yet educational video is about the plight of children in poverty around the world. It entertains and informs about the Church's responsibility to speak up on behalf of children.
Be Rich by Andy Stanley
Early Christians were known for the extraordinary generosity they displayed. Is that how people in our communities would describe us? In this message, Andy challenges us to rise to the occasion - to unleash a wave of generosity.
One, Not Everyone by Andy Stanley
How can you make a difference in a big world with big needs when everything you have to offer seems, by comparison, small and inadequate?
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Yes, I would recommend Compassion to a friend.
"I have enjoyed sponsoring two children over the last 15 years. I do not have daughters; but I feel that in Heaven,
I will have a special relationship with these young women that I helped to sponsor. I am blessed to be part of what
God is doing through Compassion."
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mothers & babies in our program
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"I would like my baby to study and to dedicate her life to God."
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has been one of my greatest joys." -- brianne
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"Thanks for fixing my heart!" - Fatao, a Compassion-assisted child from Burkina Faso