Blog Post Ideas

We know that writing about a topic like children in poverty can be overwhelming or even a bit intimidating. We’ve got tons of blog post ideas to help you get started. Many of our blog post ideas will challenge you to grow in your own faith even as you challenge others to get involved on behalf of children in poverty.

As you begin writing about children in poverty, you will no doubt be changed along the way. Let our blog post ideas spark your creativity and through your posts move both you and your readers to action.

Our blog post ideas are inspired by all sorts of things – trips we take, stories we hear from the field, stories we hear from sponsors, news reports, Bible verses, special funding needs, and so much more. And don’t worry … if you miss one assignment, just wait for the next. As long as you’re writing we’ll keep them coming.

With so much happening around the world through Compassion’s ministry, you can bet we’ll never run short on blog post ideas. Sign up to receive our assignments today and get blogging!

View Writing Prompts

Each month, Compassion provides a writing prompt for its bloggers to encourage dialogue about a trending topic. Get involved with our latest writing prompt listed below!

Interested in being published by Compassion International? Participate and your piece may be chosen as a feature on our Compassion Blog! Just share a link to your blog on our Compassion Bloggers Facebook Page.

Current Writing Prompts

Loving Your Neighbor

He answered, “ ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’” – Luke 10:27 (NIV)

Many of us know the story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37) as the story of a kind person stopping to help another person. But it means a bit more. In the story, the traveler and the Samaritan could not be more different. They came from different cities. They had very different views.

Some might even say that these two people would have hated one another. Yet despite their differences, the Samaritan chose to love his neighbor. Even though the neighbor wasn’t really his neighbor at all.

Our neighbor isn’t just the person next door. Our neighbor is the person God has placed right in front us. And no matter how different, how inconvenient or how unexpected, we’re asked to love our neighbor well.

Consider the following questions:

  • How do you put in extra effort to love your neighbors?
  • How do you push past some of the obstacles that prevent you from loving your neighbors well?

Since we are a family of child advocates, consider sharing your insights from the perspective of Compassion’s ministry and adding a link for child sponsorship.

July 2021 Compassion Blogger Writing Prompt

Past Writing Prompts

How can you use your gifts?

“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another — and all the more as you see the Day approaching.” – Hebrews 10:24-25 (NIV) Think about … Read More →

Where Is Your Silver Lining

“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” – Romans 8:28 There is a popular saying in the United States that says, “Every cloud has a silver lining.” In nature, we actually see … Read More →

What Are You Anxious For?

“Hear my cry, O God; listen to my prayer. From the ends of the earth I call to you, I call as my heart grows faint; lead me to the rock that is higher than I. For you have been my refuge, a strong tower against the foe.” – Psalm … Read More →

What Are Your Recovery Strategies?

“Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.” – 1 Peter 5:8 Did you start out the new year refreshed and ready to “fight the good fight?” Were you ready to face the challenges and changes brought … Read More →

Are You Being Steeped?

“And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.” – Romans 8:28 By definition, “steeping” means soaking a solid in a liquid to soften it, extract flavors and make it into something … Read More →

Where Does Our Hope Come From

“Not only that, but we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.” – … Read More →

Careful With Our Words

“Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as it fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.” – Ephesians 4:29 We all have examples of times when other people’s words have hurt us. And I’m … Read More →

Redefining Thankfulness

“Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.” – Psalm 100:4-5 The holiday’s are here! Whether you’re excited about the festivities or not, this … Read More →

Dreaming Of Something Else

“The Lord keeps you from all harm and watches over your life. The Lord keeps watch over you as you come and go, both now and forever.” – Psalm 121:7-8 The life we’ve been given is full of both beautiful, joy-filled moments and moments that make you wonder how you’ll … Read More →

Delivering Them From Evil

“Give justice to the weak and the fatherless; maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute. Rescue the weak and the needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked.” – Psalm 82:3-4 News headlines aren’t known for their lighthearted stories, but it seems the news is chock-full of … Read More →

Where Does Our Help Come From?

“Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know what to pray for as we ought, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words.” – Romans 8:26 This world is difficult to navigate. It twists and turns in ways we could … Read More →

This Little Light of Mine

“By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” – John 13:35 As the world continues to be torn apart by social injustices, sickness and varied opinions, it’s easy to feel torn. Where should my focus be? What is my responsibility in everything going … Read More →

United We Stand

“Finally, all of you be of one mind, having compassion for one another, love as brothers, be tenderhearted, be courteous;” – 1 Peter 3:8 My heart is heavy over the current state of the world. Every day, it seems there are new divisions threatening to tear humanity apart. Respectful conversations … Read More →

The “New Normal”

“For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” – 2 Timothy 1:7, NKJV COVID-19. We may as well address it. It’s all over the news as tempers start to flare over restrictions, constitutional rights, responsibility to others, … Read More →

The End of The Rainbow

“I counsel you to buy from Me gold refined in the fire, that you may be rich…” – Revelation 3:18a, NKJV Ask any Kindergartner what you’ll find at the end of a rainbow and he will tell you that there is a pot of gold waiting there (and maybe a … Read More →

Obstacle Course

“And not only that, but we also glory in tribulations, knowing that tribulation produces perseverance; and perseverance, character; and character, hope. Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us” Romans 5:3-5, NKJV … Read More →

One Word 2020

“Do not remember the former things, nor consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing…” Isaiah 43:18-19a, NKJV Another new year is upon us! it’s time to take a few minutes (if you haven’t already) to think about your word for 2020. If you haven’t participated … Read More →

A New Christmas Tradition

Imagine Christmas with no tree, no lights, no presents. For millions of children around the world, Christmas is just another day and there isn’t much joy to be found. A gift of $25 is all it takes for a child in poverty to receive a present this Christmas, maybe the … Read More →

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

“Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with him, and he with Me.” Rev. 3:20, NKJV Thanksgiving will soon be upon us, and for many Americans, this means a big meal shared … Read More →

Best Decision Ever

“If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him.” James 1:5, NKJV Decisions, decisions…life is full of them. Each choice we make, big or small, has its own consequence, and sometimes we don’t … Read More →

Cheer Up!

“Turn to me and be gracious to me, for I am lonely and afflicted.” Psalm 25:16, NIV July 11th is “Cheer up the Lonely Day” in the United States. Although we are more connected to other people via the internet than ever before, people are feeling more isolated than ever … Read More →

One Month to Live

“See then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise, redeeming the time, because the days are evil.” Ephesians 5:15-16, NKJV Our church just finished a fantastic sermon series titled, “One Month to Live.” Our pastor asserted that when we embrace the reality of death, it helps us … Read More →

My Hero

“Let your light so shine before men that they mat see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16, NKJV We all know a special person who inspires and encourages us in our faith. Maybe it’s a family member, a friend, or someone with public influence. Someone … Read More →

Spreading That Neighborly Love with Compassion

“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12:31 NIV) “Like a good neighbor…” we all know … Read More →

Never-ending Winter

“The LORD is near to all who call upon Him; To all who call upon Him in truth.” Psalm 145:18, NKJV It’s March, which supposedly is the month when Spring starts. From where I’m sitting, Springtime seems like an unrealistic fantasy. It’s still very brown and greyish white everywhere. Sure, … Read More →

Share the Love

When I was single, I dreaded Valentine’s Day. I always felt left out when I saw other ladies flaunt the flowers and cards they had received from their boyfriends/husbands. I still don’t really love the holiday itself, but I do understand the value of telling people that you love them. … Read More →

One Word 2019

“Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.” 2 Corinthians 5:17, NKJV It’s a new year and, once again, time to turn our attention to One Word. If you are new to this practice, many … Read More →

Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town

“Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and comes down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow of turning.” James 1:16, NKJV As Christians, we know that Christmas isn’t about Santa. But this month’s writing prompt is! Have some fun as … Read More →

Hunting for Contentment

“Now godliness with contentment is great gain.” 1 Timothy 6:6, NKJV Last month, the theme in our children’s ministry was “Hunting for Contentment.” The last week featured a little skit in which all the characters were “hunting” for different things (popularity, physical achievement, having “stuff,” academic excellence, etc). It ended … Read More →

Happy Birthday to You

Ask any kid and they should be able to tell you exactly how many days away his or her birthday is, especially when it gets close. When the big day comes, kids have high expectations of cakes, candles, a big gathering of friends, and a mountain of presents. This month’s … Read More →

School Memories

“Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6, NKJV It’s September, which means back to school for kids of all ages. A new year ahead. New skills to acquire, new life lessons to gain – … Read More →


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 →


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 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 →

Christ-Centered – Get a Free T-Shirt!

Of all the worthy reasons to sponsor a child through Compassion, the key component to our ministry is our Christ-centeredness. We’d like you to write a blog post featuring the Christian aspect of Compassion’s ministry. Share this video in your post and we’ll send you a FREE t-shirt. • … Read More →

Back to School

When I think of September, the first thing that comes to mind is Back to School. For the past 18 years, September has been the beginning of our homeschool year. But now that both of my kids have graduated, I am trying to figure out what is next. So I … Read More →

Small Gestures

A few months ago, I had a lot on my plate and I wasn’t doing any of it well. I decided to cut a few things out of my schedule, one being my once-a-month commitment to Children’s Ministry. I’ve been teaching Kindergarten Sunday school at our current church for a … Read More →

Being Intentional this Summer

Life seems to set a new tempo during the summer months. The usual rushed Sunday that includes getting out the door for church, running all the errands and doing all the laundry…it all of a sudden doesn’t seem as urgent. That picnic at the park that was scheduled for one … Read More →

Give a Gift Card, Change a Life

This month we are excited to share a new idea with you – CardFunder.  From the CardFunder site: Crowd Funding has become a powerful tool in helping people around the world raise money to pursue their passions. Compassion is introducing an entirely new take on that idea-CardFunding. Thanks to an … Read More →

Hope for Your Writing

For nearly 9 years we have watched our Compassion Blogger Network grow. We have been blessed by your posts, your encouragement during trips, and most of all how serious you take the call to use your gifts for God’s glory. Quite simply, your writing has been, and is, helping people. … Read More →

The Rallying Cry of Community

We have said it before and will keep saying it, We are more than a blogger network. We are a community of voices for vulnerable children living in poverty. A community that loves Jesus, encourages others and has a great sense of humor. And that was never more evident than … Read More →

Compassion Bloggers Are in Ecuador This Week!

The team of Compassion Bloggers are officially in Ecuador! Many beautiful stories are waiting to be discovered this week. Some will make you laugh and if you’re anything like me, a few will make you cry! There are multiple ways to follow this trip and to get involved this week. … Read More →

The Tradition of One Word – What’s Yours?

In 2009 we started a Compassion tradition. A tradition that focused on one word. Through the years we’ve shared words with one another like hope, perseverance and His love for us. God’s “word whispers” have revealed our longing to be closer to Him, to grow as His children and to … Read More →

A Fun Birthday Writing Prompt

We recently created a new and really fun sponsor a child page that features children who have a birthday on the very day you click on the page! And what better way to share this page than to write a post about a favorite birthday memory. Ask your readers to … Read More →

Let’s Help Kids Go Back to School

In honor of the glorious back-to-school season we want to help as many children as possible receive the benefits of an education. Because can any of us imagine what life would be like without an education? Without “back-to-school” memories? Here are three ideas to help you with this month’s writing … Read More →

A Picture is Worth 1000 Words

This image is one that perfectly embodies the work of Compassion. The poverty is there, staring you right in the face, but poverty doesn’t get to be the focal point of this photo. The radiance of this little boy and his toy truck do. Staring into the photo, can’t you … Read More →

The Step Into My Shoes Blog Wants YOU!

The Compassion International Advocacy team’s new blog, Step Into My Shoes was created for those who want to learn more about the issue of poverty and what they can do to make a difference in the lives of the poor. And that’s where you, the Compassion Bloggers Network comes in. … Read More →

Spending Time with the Father

As you write this month, make this a special time between you and God your Father. Perhaps you’ll want to go to a coffee shop for a writing date with Him. Or, grab a favorite beverage, put on your comfiest clothes and find a quiet place in the house to … Read More →

An Open Letter to Your Mom

We’d like to invite you to write an open letter on your blog to your mom. Or an open letter to the woman who raised you.   You can write about one specific memory that you always carry with you. Or you can write about all the ways she’s been … Read More →

Follow the Dominican Republic Blog Trip

There are multiple ways to follow the Compassion Bloggers in the Dominican Republic and to get involved this week. First, we are asking for prayer. PRAYER Throughout the week, take a few minutes to visit each blog and get to know the Compassion Bloggers team better and pray for them. … Read More →

The Story Behind the Gift

Canadian airline WestJet headed to the Dominican Republic this year granting Christmas wishes for families living in poverty. Their video was very touching. Being advocates for children in poverty – including children in the Dominican Republic — we can see the “back-story” of the men, women and children in this … Read More →


On December 2nd, we want to help fund and launch a brand new Child Survival Program in India – ALL IN ONE DAY, #GivingTuesday! For the first time ever, we are asking the entire Compassion family to take #GivingTuesday action and raise $25,000 for moms and babies in India. Why … Read More →

What Does it Mean to be a Child of God?

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. I tell you the truth, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.” (Mark 10:15) We often … Read More →

Join the Compassion Bloggers Facebook Community

To help us better connect with one another, we’ve created a closed Facebook group* where we, as a community, can meet, create new friendships and support one another in our blogging endeavors. The benefits of this community? Get to know other bloggers Share your blog posts with the community Need … Read More →

Back-to-School Fun

Choose one or several of these photos for your blog post and have fun with them! Some ideas on how to use them? Choose one photo to share on your blog. Have a caption contest with your readers. Tell your readers a funny or touching school-related story either about yourself … Read More →

What Inspires You?

Caitlin Jane is a Compassion Artist and new member of the Blogger Network. When visiting her sponsored child in the Dominican Republic she was inspired to write the song, Sing Over Us. It is a life-giving tribute to her sponsored child! As sponsors we all get inspired to write — … Read More →

The Compassion Bloggers Rewards Program: You’re Doing Something Great!

You made last August’s launch of the Compassion Bloggers Rewards Program a success and you’ll be excited to know that we will be doing it again this year! Compassion Bloggers Rewards Program Participants For those of you already participating in the program this is what you can expect, All sponsorships … Read More →


MyCompassionSunday is a simple way for you to share your sponsorship story online and invite friends and family to sponsor a child. And, you don’t have to wait for Compassion Sunday – you can create your page anytime this year! To do this, all you need to is: Go to … Read More →

A New Way to Share Compassion

There’s lots of great stuff on the Internet that makes us laugh or cry but every once in a while there’s that one photo, or one video that comes along and really grabs your heart. Like this video. This one grabbed onto my heart and won’t let go… Many of … Read More →

Super Typhoon Hits Philippines

It’s with heavy hearts that we are reaching out to you about an urgent need. As you are probably aware the Philippines was hit by Super Typhoon Haiyan last week causing much destruction and devastation. News agencies are reporting that Haiyan was three and a half times more powerful than … Read More →

Assignment 4 of Blog Month

A Quote on Poverty Here we are! The last week of Blog Month. It has been my great prayer that God used this month to challenge you in your writing. To draw more near to Him as you ponder the assignments. And ultimately that you would choose to be used … Read More →

Assignment 3 of Blog Month

The Story Behind the Picture Here we are! We made it to the halfway point of Blog Month. Two weeks down. Two weeks to go. It’s time for your third writing prompt of Blog Month. For all you storytellers out there, this one’s for you. Assignment 3 of Blog Month … Read More →

Assignment 2 of Blog Month 2013

Three Things about One Word It’s week two of Blog Month. You didn’t waste anytime last week, either. Several submissions have come through! Be encouraged. You are coming alongside bloggers everywhere to help children in poverty. Assignment 2 of Blog Month: For assignment two we want you to write three … Read More →

Blog Month 2013 Assignment 1

A Conversation with Your Childhood Self It’s here. September 1 was the official launch of Blog Month. Have you made the commitment to join us as we pursue getting 3,160 children sponsored via the web this month? We hope so! Need a little inspiration? Watch the Blog Month video on … Read More →

Blog Month 2013

Did you miss it?! The announcement made yesterday over on the blog? If so, I just wanted to email you and let you know it’s back 🙂 Blog Month. This year we’re doing things a little different based on feedback we received from you last year. But the goal hasn’t … Read More →

Introducing a Way to Track Sponsorships

If you were at the Twitter party last night, thank you so much! We love partying it up with you! If not, no worries. We’ve got the secret announcement right here in this email. We have officially launched the Compassion Bloggers Rewards Program. A program that allows you to request … Read More →

It’s a Photo Scavenger Hunt – Complete with Prizes

Are you on Instagram? I am! I’m not ready to say that I am obsessed with Instagram. But I’m getting there. (Small steps.) Know who else is on Instagram? Compassion. And we’ve been there for two years as of today! If you’re thinking, “Insta…what?” Here is a small explanation: Instagram … Read More →

Follow the Nicaragua Blog Trip and Enter to Win a Prize

Are you ready for this email? There are so many incredible things to share with you! First, beginning today four of our bloggers will be in Nicaragua. Welcome to the summer 2013 Blog Trip! This is a week dedicated to spreading the news about children in poverty. Our bloggers in … Read More →

What Would it Be Like to Raise a Child in Desperate Poverty?

This Sunday, May 12 is Mother’s Day. What better way to celebrate mothers than a blog post tribute? And a link-up, of course! Today, over on the Compassion blog, we have a guest post from Rachel Martin. Rachel blogs at Finding Joy and she is passionate about motherhood. Her post … Read More →

A Creative Writing Assignment for World Malaria Day

What would you say if you found out today that a child you know contracted a disease that could lead to death? But you did some research and you found out this disease has a cure. And by cure I mean, this child does not have to die. There is … Read More →

MyCompassionSunday and a Link-Up

You know what time of year it is? It’s Compassion Sunday time. We are one month away from the official Compassion Sunday date, April 21. And this year, we have a way people can participate online without having to make any sort of presentation at church or in a small … Read More →

Which Bible Verse Prompts and Guides You to Serve Others?

I recently attended a blog conference and was impressed with the camaraderie and networking that took place. This got me thinking about ways I could help you with your blogging and the ideas you want to share with others. What could I possibly do to help you succeed? Introducing: A … Read More →

What Does Giving Look Like?

It’s week two of our #ItsAboutGiving campaign. #ItsAboutGiving is about painting a complete picture of giving this holiday season. It’s also about raising $20,000 for children in poverty this Christmas. Help us reach this goal and you may win a $50 gift for you sponsored child. BLOGGING ASSIGNMENT What Does … Read More →

What Does Giving Mean to You?

It’s time to get this party started. The #itsaboutgiving party, of course! #ItsAboutGiving kicked-off yesterday and over the next 19 days I will be sending out three assignments all about giving. This is officially the first assignment. Your role is vital. BLOGGING ASSIGNMENT #ItsAboutGiving is all about painting a complete … Read More →

Follow the Compassion Bloggers in Peru

It’s that time again! A few of our bloggers are headed to Peru and we need you to travel along…from the comfort of your home! Next week, these bloggers will be traveling around Peru, experiencing firsthand the daily challenges of children in poverty and witnessing how Compassion works in their … Read More →

Fourth & Final Assignment of Blog Month

It’s time to wrap up Blog Month but not without one last effort. For this assignment, we want you to blog as if you are a sponsored child. God told us to become like little children. Remember? This assignment is about aligning with the heart of children in poverty. Write … Read More →

Spread the Word: It’s a Pinterest Contest

Ding. Ding. Ding. It’s round three. Do you pin? If you have no idea what I mean by that then you should create a Pinterest account. Go ahead. And, you’re welcome (you won’t regret this). Pinterest is awesome! Ok, now you’re a pinner. Hello, pinner. This week, we’re running a … Read More →

A Letter to God about Child Sponsorship

It’s week number two during Blog Month, which means it’s time for another assignment. For some of you, talking about child sponsorship is second nature. You talk about it all the time to your family, your friends, your co-workers, maybe even your cat 🙂 What about to God? For this … Read More →

First Assignment of Blog Month

SEND YOUR READERS TO THE SPONSOR A CHILD PAGE Here it is, the first official assignment of Blog Month, an assignment designed to keep our goal (3,108 children) right in front of us. For this assignment, we want you to send as many of your blog readers as possible to … Read More →

September is Blog Month at Compassion

I have been jumping at the opportunity to send you this email; jumping for a little over one month now. It is my privilege to announce that next month is officially Blog Month at Compassion. What is Blog Month? It’s a robust month of blogging, prizes, giveaways, and getting more … Read More →

Can You Survive on $1.25?

Could you survive on less than $1.25 a day? Survive125 is a game brought to you by 58:, a global initiative to end extreme poverty by living out Isaiah 58. And Compassion is part of the 58: Alliance. In Survive125, you are asked to make the daily decisions nearly 1.3 … Read More →

Compassion Bloggers in Tanzania

I hope you have packed and are ready for an adventure! Are you already making a mental list? toothbrush safari hat some source of emergency coffee (maybe that’s just on my list?) a desire for little to no sleep (believe me, I’ve been on these trips; sleep is a mythical … Read More →

Six-Year-Old Fatao Needs Heart Surgery

It was just last week that I emailed you an assignment and in fact, the contest from that assignment is still running! (But will conclude by end of day today.) So, why are you hearing from me so soon again? I am reaching out to you on behalf of Fatao. … Read More →