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March 2015 Sponsor eNews

Food for Thought

Today, one in eight people around the world will go to bed hungry. The majority of these people are children living in poverty. Watch this video to learn how Compassion ensures that the children in our care have the balanced nutrition they need to grow and thrive.

A father and his 8-year old daughter lean against a wall with graffiti on it.

Rolden's Top Three

The father of a Compassion-sponsored girl in the Philippines describes the top three benefits his daughter, Loraine, is receiving from the program — benefits he wishes had been available to him when he was a child.

A mother holds her twin baby boys on her lap.

Rescued From the Brink

Everyone in the small community of Adamorobe, Ghana, knew about Lizzy and her twin infant sons. Destitute and starving, all three were clinging to life. Although Lizzy’s caring neighbors gave her handouts when they could, it wasn’t until the local Compassion Child Survival Program intervened that real hope arrived.

A Dominican college student leans her head on her mother's shoulder

Healing for the Heart

Now in her fourth year of studying medicine at a university in the Dominican Republic, Leadership Development Program student Yannely has discovered Christ’s healing for her heart through a restored relationship with her estranged father.

A 10 year old girl wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans lays smiling on her bed holding and reading a couple of letters.

A Miracle in Disguise

When Daniela was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease, her family had little hope that the girl would survive. But through Compassion's medical initatives, Daniela saw God’s hand on her life over and over. A trial turns into a testimony of God’s faithfulness through this one little girl’s story.

Oscar Quispe

Compassion Works: Oscar's Story

A graduate of the Compassion Child Sponsorship Program in La Paz, Bolivia, 20-year-old Oscar Quispe has already accomplished much in his life. But he’s just getting started. In this video, Oscar shares about the different jobs he’s had, the challenges he’s overcome, and his dreams for the future.

Kids are funny. They get words mixed up.

Lost in Translation

Ever wonder about the meaning of a curious or funny phrase written by your sponsored child in a letter to you? This infographic highlights actual quotes from Compassion-sponsored children’s letters — and the hope that lies behind them.