Three pastors share the impact child sponsorship has made on the people in their congregations: unity on mission, intentional care for those around them, and enlarged faith despite life’s challenges.
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Hawaiian Church Supports Future Leader
When Pastor Dan Chun learned Compassion had a program to help children in poverty attend college and earn a degree, he wanted his church to get involved. Yet the $300 per month commitment felt daunting.
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