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Neema, a Ugandan mother, stands inside a building holding her daughter, Tumaina and bouquet of yellow flowers.

Five proverbs for Mother’s Day

This Mother’s Day, we salute the women who’ve carried us, soothed us, cheered for us and taught us lessons about life and love. This group of moms live at the foot of Mount Meru in Northern Tanzania. They are part of our Child Survival Program which helps more than 26,000 moms and babies around the world through […]

date: May 12, 2017
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Sambhaji writing to Ranjith who attends the Compassion program in India

We’re losing our friend, a part of our family.

Malnutrition so ravaged his little mind that the seizures began. His mother—out of food and out of options, but full of love—wrapped him in a blanket and kissed him one last time. She saved his life. She placed him outside a police station and waited. She hoped. Maybe she even prayed to one or many gods—that […]

date: March 4, 2017
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Five ways to pray for Christians around the world

“And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people.” Ephesians 6:18 We love our supporters and how eager they are to pray for what God is doing around the world. We also love […]

date: February 3, 2017
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Global Day of Prayer for India

Would you join us in praying for Compassion India? Our work in India Since 1968, we have worked with local partners in India to provide our holistic child development program for children living in poverty. Our 510 partners in East and South India support more than 130,000 babies, children and young adults. Earlier this year, the […]

date: December 6, 2016
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End violence against women

Blue is usually more our colour, but for the next several days, we’re “going orange”, along with many around the world, to stand for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Follow @CompassionCA on social media to learn more about the issues. Read on to hear just a few stories of how Compassion is helping the church […]

date: November 25, 2016
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Woman holding a globe

Six ways to be generous but not judgmental

  “I love your jacket!” says a friend. “Thanks, I got it on clearance!” is my knee-jerk response. “Wow, your home is so beautiful!” says another friend. “Thanks—it was pre-foreclosure and we got a crazy deal on it!” I explain. For nearly a decade, I’ve worked for an organization that strives to end poverty, and […]

date: November 18, 2016
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Hurricane Matthew: stories of survival

“Noula!” If you had been walking the streets of Haiti in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, you might have heard this common phrase spoken among survivors. It means, “We are here. We survive.” Ephraim Lindor, a Compassion Haiti Senior Tour and Visits Specialist, shares about the strength the Haitian people have developed: “To survive in […]

date: October 28, 2016
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Just the thirteen of us

Jeancilia and Héribert are no strangers to raising children. As parents of nine—including two sets of twins—they had faced almost everything parents of a large family can: sleepless nights, unfinished homework, the struggle to pay bills. Just feeding nine growing children was often a challenge, but one Jeancilia and Héribert chose to face together. Héribert worked […]

date: June 2, 2016
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A mom learning to live simply

My husband and I have two kids, ages five and two. We often have discussed whether or not we were done expanding our family. My husband felt like he was done, but sometimes I miss having a baby in my arms. It started as a joke, but my husband has said, “If you have a […]

date: May 5, 2016
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A compassionate kid

Twelve-year-old Isabella has had sweet success with baking and selling cupcakes to sponsor two kids. Isabella’s mom taught her to care about people in need all over the world, which made Isabella want to sponsor a child in another country. But how could a 12-year-old afford to help another child? Isabella, who loves to bake, […]

date: April 18, 2016
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