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Partnership with purpose is good for business: 10 Questions with Ian Ardill
At Compassion we love partnership. Our programs operate in partnership with local churches in the countries where we serve, and we create bridges of partnership with individual supporters, churches and even businesses here in Canada. Partnership looks different in every situation, but for our long-time supporter Ian Ardill partnering with Compassion has become an important […]
10 questions about year-end giving with a financial planner
Canadians are generous people! At Compassion Canada, we see that firsthand, especially in December. When the snow starts falling, we also see a flurry of year-end giving. With these gifts, we can help more children to be released from poverty in Jesus’ name and change the communities in which they live. This year, we’ve […]
Back-to-school: 10 Questions with a Canadian teacher
All across the country parents are pulling out backpacks, replacing too-small running shoes, and wracking their brains for lunchbox combinations that won’t come home rejected. Teachers are setting up lessons and desks, preparing for the rush of noise, questions and energy that will wake their slumbering schoolrooms. It’s back-to-school time. It’s no secret that we […]
Life and ministry in a pandemic: 10 questions with Canadian pastors
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 […]
Life in areas of poverty after the pandemic
An interview with Infectious Disease Specialist and Compassion Board Member Dr. Andrew Johnson
Making room for conversations about race and the possibility of loving others as yourself
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.
Why love is the most important commodity in the universe
“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.
A helpful road map for the restless heart
Award-winning author James K. A. Smith recently connected with Compassion Canada to chat about his latest book on St. Augustine to discuss why ancient wisdom is important for the contemporary journey of faith, and why tangible ministry to children in extreme poverty is important.
Being an ambassador of true hope and change
Chelsea Amber is a Juno-nominated singer/songwriter who has toured Canada and the USA. Compassion Canada’s Managing Editor connected with the musician to discuss her music, sharing hope in the midst of a pandemic, and why she serves as an Ambassador for Compassion Canada.
Why a faith-focused magazine matters now more than ever
Karen Stiller of Ottawa and Bill Fledderus of Hamilton are both senior editors at Faith Today: Canada’s Christian Magazine, one of the country’s longest-running multi-denominational magazines. They recently spoke with Compassion Canada’s Managing Editor, Andrew Kooman, about the importance of religious journalism in Canada and how Faith Today connects and champions the Canadian church.