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When Rebecca came home from her trip to Uganda, she decided to take on a bigger role in the fight against poverty. How was she going to do it? She would start by picking up a paint brush.
"The center helped me become the person I am today," says Darling. "I learned the most important thing at the center… to love God above all else and to put my faith in Him because He will make a way." Learn how Darling’s faith carried her over obstacles and through a journey that helped break the cycle of poverty in her life.
Love has no limits, and motherhood extends beyond biology. This Mother’s Day, we honor women who love extravagantly despite unfathomable obstacles — women like Nadia, who was faced with a terrifying situation when she heard cries in the Rwandan bush.
May 5, 2022, is the National Day of Prayer. Join us as we thank God for his provision. Pray with us for the needs in our country and ministry to children in poverty around the world.
As we remember World Malaria Day on April 25, we honor Amina and her powerful story. "What happened to me should never happen to any other mother," says Amina. "If it wasn’t for this center and the church, I was going to lose these babies, too."
"We started the business with bigger intentions — so we could do more good than we could do on our own," says Katie. Check out these beautiful necklaces (just in time for Mother’s Day) and learn the powerful meaning behind them.
Raya loves learning about Easter and can't wait to grab her bamboo torch to celebrate. What does a bamboo torch have to do with Easter? Discover Easter traditions at Raya's local center in Indonesia and learn more about spiritual development in Compassion programs.
Enjoy reading about the meaning of Easter in the words of Compassion children from Ecuador.
Mercy, a Compassion alumna, recalls the seemingly insurmountable obstacles on her path to education. Despite the abundance of support from staff at her Compassion center, there was one moment when Mercy lost all hope.
Grace was just 9 years old when she hosted her first Compassion Sunday event; then she hosted a second one a year later. Over both events she helped 56 children find sponsors!
Mylene was ecstatic when she found out her son, Jasper, had a sponsor. But when she learned that he would need to write letters, her heart sank. There was one problem: Jasper was born without arms.
As a child, Rainatou regularly participated in the fun activities at her Compassion program in northern Burkina Faso. But no one could imagine that the 10-year-old girl would be the first in her family to choose to follow Jesus.