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It wasn’t long ago that Fataw spent his days at the local Compassion centre. Now, his days are spent keeping the streets of Burkina Faso safe. ___ Job opportunities in Burkina Faso are limited. The ever-increasing rate of youth unemployment doesn’t make it easy to find a well-paying job. For Fataw, a Compassion program graduate, […]
I am Timothy Villalba, a former beneficiary of Compassion’s child sponsorship program. My sponsor was the former president of America, President George Bush. I am now 25 years old and will forever be grateful that I have been part of Compassion’s program through the Lifestream Student Center at Capitol City Foursquare Church. I was a […]
Do you ever wonder when and where the child you sponsor writes their letters to you? Why their letters are form letters or sometimes sound repetitive? What kind of information they like to hear from you? We went straight to the source and asked the most common questions about child letters to the people who help […]
Meet Octa—a passionate Compassion graduate from Solo, Indonesia, with a heart for mentorship. In his teens, he developed a passion to become a missionary, and through Compassion, he had a chance to take part in leadership training along with a short-term mission trip to the rural village of Amarasi, Indonesia. Octa saw in Amarasi a […]
A Compassion alumnus motivates his community to stand against violence. Mindanao, the southernmost cluster of islands in the Philippines, is sometimes called the “land of promise,” referring to its wealth of natural resources. But it can also be a land of extreme violence. Culturally and religiously diverse, acts of terror and aggression amongst extremist groups […]
Warning: This account contains disturbing details of violence. Jean Claude, a Compassion alumnus, forgave the one who tortured and murdered his family—and even provided for his son’s education.* I was born in the country of Rwanda in Kigali City, but I was born in a poor family where getting food was a problem. Where going […]