Featured Stories

Featured Stories
  • Brave New World

    May 30, 2014

    Traditional and modern cultures collide for Kenya's Maasai. Odupoi Pose, a 13-year-old in Compassion’s Child Sponsorship Program, is the first of 18 children in his family who has been able to go to school. Soon he will have to grapple with how to incorporate his traditional life into a more modern future.

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  • The Changing Face of Africa

    May 30, 2014

    New opportunities and improvements in Africa are changing the continent for the better.

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  • A Powerful Body

    Jan 31, 2014

    Pastor Albert never leaves his congregation doubting just how important it is to help the poor.

    Find out how churches are combatting poverty >

  • Cast Away No Longer

    Jan 31, 2014

    In 2011 Compassion formed a unique partnership with Stadia, a U.S.-based church-planting nonprofit. The alliance enabled Compassion to build a child development center and church, Roca de la Eternidad, in Pampanal last spring.

  • Anchored Photo Essay

    Jan 31, 2014

    Just months ago this 25-year-old mother was in crisis. Her two youngest children needed critical hospital care that she couldn’t afford.

    Learn how Compassion's program helped this desperate family >

  • From the Heart of the President: Wess Stafford

    May 31, 2012

    Every child is a little construction zone. When you’re near one, grab your hard hat and be alert! Ask yourself, What is God building here? Can I do or say anything to help this project along? A child’s tender spirit is very impressionable. In this issue you will read about some amazing sponsors and donors who have seized “moments” to powerfully build up children’s lives.

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  • Designer Compassion

    May 31, 2012

    “I’d rather be driving a 16-year-old Ford truck and building water wells around the world than driving a car with monthly payments that could be sponsoring 10 kids,” says the business whiz and Nantucket Island notable, who’d rather be called humanitarian than successful.

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