If you hang around Compassion’s ministry for any amount of time, you’ll quickly see that we’re really passionate about the Church.
Why? Because Jesus is! The Church is His hands and feet in the world today—the vessel through which people will meet Him, experience His love and grace and hear the Good News message.
That’s why Compassion partners with local churches to carry out our mission of releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name.
Here are four incredible blog posts to help you learn how the global church is living out its call to be the hands and feet of Jesus across the globe!
In the wake of the devastating conflict between Joseph Kony’s guerrilla group, the Lord’s Resistance Army, and the Ugandan government, this church in Uganda is serving its community in practical and transformative ways. [5 minute read]
2. This local church is partnering with a local indigenous tribe to preserve their native language and protect their land from environmental pollution
In many countries around the world, Compassion’s local church partners work with indigenous tribes to preserve their culture and protect the environment. This local church in Ecuador is partnering with the Chachi tribe to ensure their indigenous language lasts into the next generation. [2.5 minute read]
Pastor Richard has a vision for his church and for his community. Through a partnership with Compassion, he was able to see that vision fulfilled. “I believe the church provides a holistic and sustainable approach to addressing poverty,” he says. [5 minute read]
Centre Street Church in Calgary is partnering with local churches in Mexico to reach children living in poverty through Compassion. “We have come to firmly believe that the local church is the sustainable presence of Christ in the community,” says Dr. Brad Friesen, Centre Street Church’s Pastor of Global Ministries. [3.5 minute read]