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Each week, you will find Compassion Ambassadors across the country inviting people to partner with Compassion to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name. Compassion Ambassadors are artists and speakers who are passionate about serving the Church and advocating for kids in poverty. They are a diverse collection of voices and talent, united in their […]
Ten years ago, Tim Hague Sr. and his son, Tim Jr. won the first-ever season of “The Amazing Race Canada”. They were the first parent-child team to win in any Amazing Race franchise. Millions of Canadians watched as Tim battled not only the regular obstacles of the race but also Parkinson’s Disease, a diagnosis that he […]
Do you ever wonder how you can help a young person grow in their faith? Are you curious about spiritual development in youth? Dr. Kara Powell introduces us to her research in this compelling interview with Compassion Canada. Compassion Canada: Welcome, Kara! And thank you for giving us a little time today to talk about […]
When it comes to learning to see others through the eyes of Jesus, we often need a little help. The distractions and busyness of work and life keep us focused on our comfort, and we don’t always remember God’s call to seek justice for the oppressed and to alleviate the suffering of others. That’s why […]
People and purpose. It takes just a short amount of time with Misty Fonseca, Compassion Canada’s Chief People Officer, to see how much those two things are on her heart. Misty has been leading human resources at Compassion Canada for nine years. We sat down with Misty to talk about being a People and Culture […]
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 […]
Fulfilling a dream to do business with a purpose: an interview with Calgary, Alberta’s Brett Wellman, owner of Purpose Realty
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.
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.
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.