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GET A FREE BOOK!

Get a free hard-back copy of Wess Stafford’s book Too Small to Ignore.  This inspiring book will encourage you to turn your good, loving intentions into strategic actions and empower you to help change the world–and the future–forever, one child at a time. To get your free book just write a … Read More →

Bite Back

Ahhh, summer: sunshine, swimming, picnics…mosquitoes. For those of us in the United States, mosquitoes are usually just a nuisance that make us itchy. In many other parts of the world, mosquito bites can be lethal. This month, educate your readers about the deadly presence of malaria around the world. Be … Read More →

No Water

No Water Summer is a wonderful time for swimming, running in the sprinklers, enjoying a refreshing icy beverage…We use water in so many ways and we tend to take it for granted. Yet in much of the developing world, water is a source of illness, disease, and death. For June’s … Read More →

Rescue

Last month, I had dropped off my kids at school and was driving home when, all of a sudden, I found my van in a ditch on the side of the road. Not a very big one, but I couldn’t get out on my own. Thankfully, all I had to … Read More →

All Things New

April showers bring May flowers. We love the flowers, but the showers can be brutal and seem never-ending, can’t they? Sometimes it’s not until way after the storm that we can see the beauty that God has created through it. For April’s writing assignment, write about a dream you had … Read More →

In The Mail

We all know about the importance of the ministry aspects of Compassion’s work. Education, healthcare, food, the opportunity to hear the Gospel – all very important and meaningful pieces of the puzzle. But if you ask the children in our development centers, they will tell you time and again how … Read More →

Switching Places

Imagine that you wake up tomorrow morning to a completely foreign world. You and your sponsored child have switched places for the day. Write from your own perspective or your child’s, as your character tries to adapt to a totally unfamiliar culture for twenty-four hours. Whom do you encounter? What … Read More →

One Word 2018

The ball has dropped, the new calendar is hanging on the wall…it’s time to take a few minutes (if you haven’t already) to think about your word for 2018. If you haven’t participated in the One Word challenge in the past, it’s just a matter of spending some time in … Read More →

Prince of Peace

Prince of Peace “For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given; And the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:6, NKJV “Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace, goodwill toward men!” Luke … Read More →

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Since it’s almost Thanksgiving, my kids and I are studying the pilgrims’ first year in America. From the moment they set off in the Mayflower through their first summer in the New World, life for the pilgrims was really, really hard. So many people got sick and died during … Read More →