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In June 2020, Compassion partnered with Canadian worship leader and songwriter, Brooke Nicholls, and her husband Steve in their project, Worship Online—a venture to bring pre-recorded worship sets to churches across Canada and beyond who do not have the capacity to have their own worship team during the pandemic. Today, Brooke shares with us more about her heart behind the project and her desire for Canadians to worship God freely, even in a pandemic.
2020 has been tough, but this Thanksgiving, we are choosing to be grateful for the amazing things God’s done through Compassion this year!
We’ve been hearing lots of big and harrowing numbers lately. But today, we want to share some big numbers that are worth celebrating. While Compassion’s regular child development programming has been interrupted because of the COVID-19 pandemic, our local church partners have been anything but shut down. They continue to provide life-changing, and in some cases, […]
An interview with Sidney Muisyo, Compassion’s Senior Vice President of Global Program, on the Canadian Church Leaders Podcast
Allison Alley, President and CEO of Compassion Canada, recently sat down with Jason Ballard on the Canadian Church Leaders Podcast to talk about Compassion’s work and why the church is God’s Plan A for bringing love, hope and healing into the world.
This article was originally published in Compassion Canada’s Summer 2020 Magazine. Because we are so committed to and focused on individual child development, a common myth about Compassion’s program is that we don’t do wider community development projects. But the fact is, we invest a lot in community development through what we call our Complementary […]
Two Canadian pastors share how their churches are responding to COVID-19.
Compassion’c local church partners are stepping up to support the children and families in our programs during this time.
Our church partners have been part of daily life in their communities for years. Now, in a time of crisis, they are able to quickly respond to rapidly changing situations.
Lack of access to clean water remains a major issue around the world. Globally, 785 million still people lack even a basic source of drinking water.