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From free at-home VBS content and kid’s magazines to wilderness scavenger hunts and gratitude walks. We’ve got you covered for family-friendly, faith-building and free summer activities to make the most of your summer in quarantine outdoors. Take a look!
As Christ-followers, we hold close to our hearts the call to be people of compassion and love. And even though we are in isolation, and our methods may need to change, the call still remains. Some days it can be difficult and even discouraging to mourn the ways we used to be able to serve […]
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What do a musician, a quilter and a Nerf warrior have in common? Their love for Compassion! Come meet 3 of our incredibly creative Canadian volunteers who are using their gifts, talents and passions to release children from poverty.
In this time of social isolation, it’s easy to find ourselves wondering how we’ll fill our days. Streaming shows and movies, testing out new recipes and organizing closets have become our new normal! For some, this time of quarantine has been restful. For others, it’s been just plain stressful. Regardless of how we fill our time, it’s easy to let our minds fill with questions, doubts and fears. But, the reality is this: We are not alone, God is here and He desires us to draw close to Him.
Here are nine books some of our staff are currently reading!
We’re back in the 20’s! Here are a few events that happened in the 1920s are still having ripple effects today.
2019 was an incredible year in many ways for Compassion Canada! Because of our supporters, we were able to see more children and families empowered to break the chains of poverty and oppression. From providing shelter for refugees to giving a family of triplets a brand new home, you served those around the world in creative ways. Take a look at some good news stories from 2019 illustrated by us, just for you!
How and where we spend our money matters. What would it look like if this Christmas, we chose radical generosity instead of habitual consumption?
As Jesus followers, we know we serve a God whose heart is for children. This is why Compassion works for the rights of children in Jesus’ name. Jesus is not an accessory to the work we do. He is the guidepost. Let’s take a look at the different times Jesus advocated for children in the Bible!