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Mobilizing justice: Ambrose University partners with Compassion Canada on new workshop
When it comes to learning to see others through the eyes of Jesus, we often need a little help. The distractions and busyness of work and life keep us focused on our comfort, and we don’t always remember God’s call to seek justice for the oppressed and to alleviate the suffering of others. That’s why […]
What makes Compassion special? Watch our country impact videos to see your love in action!
There are so many organizations working for good that you might wonder: what makes Compassion different? We asked some Compassion kids around the world to tell you what life is like in their country and how Compassion has been right beside them. Here are the big three things that make us unique! 1. We’re Christ-centred […]
What does creation care look like around the world?
Why should we care for creation? What is our role in environmental stewardship? What does concern for the environment have to do with the fight against poverty? For children, families and communities experiencing poverty, creation care isn’t just a set of intellectual questions. For them, the impact of environmental degradation is an everyday lived reality […]
4 answers on exactly where your money goes when you sponsor a child
Have you ever wondered what happens to your money when you decide to sponsor a child? Or have you been sponsoring a child for years and were always curious about exactly where your money goes and what it’s doing? Well, continue to read on and learn about how sponsorship makes a practical difference for children […]
Two Compassion recipes with a generous helping of love
Tea is a hug in a mug; noodle soup is comfort for the soul. Food is a familiar comfort we all reach for—there are few things that speak love like a home-cooked meal. It’s a universal language of provision, nourishment, recharging. And when done in community, it fosters connection and warmth. ____ In COVID-19, poverty […]
Catch up on “RE:Fuel – Canadian Pastors’ Call” with Compassion Canada
On March 2, 2022, we had the opportunity to gather with church leaders from across Canada for a time of connection, inspiration and refuelling for the mission. Are you a pastor or church leader who missed our time together? Catch up on the recording below! Our hour together included: Encouragement from Scripture and from Compassion’s […]
It takes a village to raise a leader: an interview with Pastor Jeff Lockyer of Leaders’ Village
One of the top three things you should know about Compassion is that we love the local church. Out of that, we love investing in local church leaders. That’s why we’re so thankful for pastors like Jeff Lockyer, Lead Pastor at Southridge Community Church, a long-time partner of Compassion Canada. He recently wrote a book […]
Black History Month: What the early African Church can teach us about theology, faith and generosity
As a Black Christian woman, reconciling my faith with the painful not-so-distant history of colonization, slavery and oppression of Africans all supposedly in Jesus’ name, has not been easy to do growing up. For many of my Black brothers and sisters in Christ, the history of Christianity and racism can be even harder to bear […]
On the frontlines: Meet Compassion centre directors
Compassion centre directors are the nurturers who have seen firsthand how love and connection can help children develop holistically as God intended. Chosen by their local community, centre directors have the responsibility to manage a team of dedicated staff, and together ensure that they know, love, and connect with between 150 and 250 Compassion-assisted children. Almost 220 children are registered to a Compassion centre, on average, in Bangladesh since Compassion began its work in the country […]
New series for youth: Love and Justice with Ben Woodman and Jason Ballard
Looking for a new video series about God’s heart for justice to go through with your youth group, campus group, small group or friends? We recently partnered with our friends Ben Woodman and Jason Ballard on their brand-new three-part series called Love and Justice and we’re so excited to share this free resource with youth […]