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“Children are a heritage from the Lord; they are a reward from him.” – Psalm 127:3 Parenting during the pandemic is a strenuous role yet it is also filled with joy and snuggly hugs. We connected with three Compassion Canada staff who are parents to walk us through their perspectives on parenting during this season. […]
It was during a Compassion trip to Bolivia when the pastor of a local church spoke a pivotal line to Pastor Brad Watson after hearing about the size and age of his former church: “You must have many daughter churches!” The innocent comment stopped Pastor Brad in his tracks. Recalling that moment, he says, “I […]
We love connecting with like-minded people and organizations that share our heart for Jesus, the Church and joining God in the mission of restoring our broken world. As we consider what it looks like to do good now, we love learning what that looks like for other leaders, ministries and organizations across Canada! Alyssa Esparaz, […]
At Compassion, everything we do to serve children in poverty is driven by our local church partners in the communities where we work. We love the Church—it’s one of the first things you’ll learn about us when we introduce ourselves. And that’s not just limited to the 25 countries where we work. Our love for […]
Compassion Canada President and CEO Allison Alley recently sat down with the Ending Poverty Together Podcast to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on children living in poverty and what Compassion has done to address the crisis.
Allison Alley recently joined the Leading with Nice podcast to talk about leadership during the global pandemic and why it’s important to work collaboratively and compassionately in challenging times.
The Ottawa Compassion Collective was “born out of relationships,” says Pastor Jeff Scott of WestVillage Church in Ottawa, Ontario. It started in conversation with friend and fellow pastor Jeff Jantzi of The Gathering Ottawa, when they were both presented with opportunities to partner with Compassion and invite their congregations to sponsor children. “As Jeff and […]
An interview with Infectious Disease Specialist and Compassion Board Member Dr. Andrew Johnson
Jennifer Adkins shares about what makes her excited about the future of Compassion Canada as the organization navigates the pandemic and how the possibility of loving someone as yourself can shape the work for the long term.
“Even though COVID-19 has changed the way we do business and attend our daily lives,” notes Dr. Marie Geschwandtner, “Compassion is well-positioned to continue to fulfill its mission releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name.” Read the full interview.