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Links to “I’m the first in my family to…”

“I’m the first in my family to…”

Every kid dreams of who they want to be, things they want to accomplish, places they want to go, and more. But for millions of children living in extreme poverty, this is when poverty’s evil lies start to creep in. You’ll never achieve those dreams. Poverty will always define your life. You’re stuck. Kids in […]

date: June 9, 2021
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Links to He is a survivor: Abel battled cancer and won

He is a survivor: Abel battled cancer and won

Jonah and the whale. Daniel and the lion’s den. Esther saving her people. David facing Goliath. These are all beloved Bible stories for children and are guaranteed to come up when you ask a Sunday school class what their favourite stories are. One story you would not expect to be a 13-year-old’s favourite is the […]

date: June 1, 2021
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Links to Spinning with joy: 10-year-old Suleyma in El Salvador wins national talent competition

Spinning with joy: 10-year-old Suleyma in El Salvador wins national talent competition

What do you do when you lose the person who inspired your dreams, just as you were reaching for the next step in that dream? What do you do when you doubt if your gifts and talents are valid? How do you stay inspired in the midst of a global pandemic? All this and more […]

date: May 27, 2021
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Links to Concert of Hope: A Friday night with dynamic talent that impacts lives

Concert of Hope: A Friday night with dynamic talent that impacts lives

Resonance. It’s a musical term that captures the impact of a note after it has been played or sung. How that note interacts with time and space. The right frequency for maximum amplification. If there is one thing the Concert of Hope knows how to utilize, it’s resonance. With a world-class collection of artists and […]

date: May 25, 2021
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Links to Compassion helps Rwandan family reunite decades after genocide

Compassion helps Rwandan family reunite decades after genocide

 Christian was at a church service when he received a phone call that would change his life. Fifteen missed phone calls, to be exact. “I was in church when I realized I had 15 missed calls,” Christian shares. “My phone had been on silent mode. When I stepped out of the service to call […]

date: May 14, 2021
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Links to More than words: How a letter became a lifeline in a pandemic

More than words: How a letter became a lifeline in a pandemic

Buzz. Buzz. Buzz. Akhi rolled over and fumbled to turn off her alarm as it startled her awake. The buttery glow of the morning sun filtered through her green mosquito net as she pulled the edges out from where they were tucked under her mattress. As her feet hit the ground she started to go […]

date: May 12, 2021
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Links to What matters most: A mother’s everyday routine is the conduit of character

What matters most: A mother’s everyday routine is the conduit of character

This Mother’s Day we celebrate women who nurture, lead, pray, protect, play, teach and love with tenacity. The mothers, grandmothers, aunts, mentors and the wide scope of women who deeply invest in those around them. Women who are memory-makers and architects of tomorrow through the daily expression of character and sacrificial love. The deep well […]

date: May 5, 2021
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Links to Need a pick-me-up for your heart? You’re sure to find it in these adorable faces.

Need a pick-me-up for your heart? You’re sure to find it in these adorable faces.

Joy is contagious. And kids? Kids are probably the most potent joy-makers on earth. We wanted to bring you some pure, unabashed, child-kindled joy. What better way to do that then for us to gather some photos of these contagious smiles, bright eyes and happy hearts from around the world! ____   ____ Our world […]

date: April 28, 2021
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Links to Celebrating Compassion volunteers around the world

Celebrating Compassion volunteers around the world

It’s National Volunteer Week! We’re celebrating our volunteers across Canada whose commitment and adaptability over the past year have inspired us as they’ve continued to make an impact even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, we also want to highlight the multitude of volunteers who serve on the frontlines of Compassion’s programs around […]

date: April 21, 2021
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Links to Beating Malaria with Hope

Beating Malaria with Hope

Superstition is not something you might associate with cases of malaria but for Grace, a mother who lives in a little village called Kiembeni, Kenya, it played a significant role in the recurring cases of this disease in her family. Grace’s children kept falling severely ill. No sooner had one of her children recovered, another […]

date: April 21, 2021
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