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Links to Read our new devotional for kids and families, <i>Living out the Fruit of the Spirit</i>!

Read our new devotional for kids and families, Living out the Fruit of the Spirit!

Are you looking for a new devotional to do as a family or with elementary school-aged kids in your life? Do you want to discover what it looks like to live out the fruit of the Spirit? Our new Bible Reading Plan, Living Out the Fruit of the Spirit: For Kids + Families, was created just […]

date: April 7, 2021
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Links to New to Compassion? Start here!

New to Compassion? Start here!

Hey, friend! It’s so great to meet you. We’re excited to share more about our passion to help children and families overcome poverty. Since you’re new here, we wanted to introduce ourselves. Simply put, we love Jesus. We love the Church. And we love children.    Everything we do flows from there. You might be wondering, […]

date: April 6, 2021
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Links to Ending child poverty is possible

Ending child poverty is possible

Children need more than just food or education to break free from poverty. They need to develop in all areas of life. Learn how Compassion is making that possible!

date: April 6, 2021
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Links to He is risen! Kids in Ecuador celebrate Easter

He is risen! Kids in Ecuador celebrate Easter

He is risen! Today, we celebrate Christ’s victory over death. In our world of poverty, brokenness, injustice and despair, we have this hope. Jesus is making all things new. A group of Compassion kids in Ecuador recently shared their reflections on what celebrating Easter means to them. ____ “It is a day of celebration because […]

date: April 3, 2021
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Links to World Water Day 2021: Clean water changes Yunita’s life

World Water Day 2021: Clean water changes Yunita’s life

Before the morning sun had even peeked over the horizon, 11-year-old Yunita was up and ready to accompany her grandmother, Welmince, to fetch water at the well. With the particular coolness of dawn hanging in the air, the two set out on their daily hike at 5:00 a.m. sharp, hoping to be met by a […]

date: March 17, 2021
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Links to Liza finds freedom from domestic abuse

Liza finds freedom from domestic abuse

When she was just four, Liza lost both her parents and was left under the care of her uncle. Ten years later, she is bravely speaking out about the painful truth of her living situation.

date: February 24, 2021
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Links to What does the Bible say about social justice?

What does the Bible say about social justice?

February 20th is World Day of Social Justice. As a child development organization, we love to champion days like today! We also know that the social justice we seek day in and day out is rooted in something much deeper than cultural movements or online trends. The social justice we seek is deeply rooted in Jesus.

date: February 16, 2021
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Links to Trapped in my mind: The mental health struggles of children around the globe during the pandemic

Trapped in my mind: The mental health struggles of children around the globe during the pandemic

COVID-19 has taken a toll on the health of millions of people around the world. And under the weight of the fear and unknown, many, like young Fetire, have also suffered with their mental health—dealing in silence with feelings that suffocate.

date: February 11, 2021
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Links to Local churches stand up to protect girls from FGM

Local churches stand up to protect girls from FGM

Content warning: This article includes mention of violence that some readers may find disturbing. We recommend that you read with discretion. ____ As 16-year-old Sarah approached the compound where her family lives, she was intercepted by her frantic mother, Zuri. “What are you doing here?” Zuri said. “Go back!” In that moment, Sarah knew she […]

date: February 2, 2021
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Links to A Mother’s Lullaby

A Mother’s Lullaby

The impact of crises is never gender-neutral—and COVID-19 is no exception. Here’s why women, especially mothers, are bearing the brunt of the fallout.

date: January 28, 2021
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