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Lent with Compassion day 3 – in the shadow

“Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High     will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.” Psalm 91:1 Reflection by Mamitu Zellelew, Programme Communications Manager, Compassion Ethiopia Shelter is one of the basic necessities of a human being. It is assumed that shelter provides security, protection, a sense of belonging, freedom, love and family. […]

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Meet Rodelin!

21 October 2014 – Editor’s Note: We’ve received an update on Rodelin from our Philippines office: Today, Rodelin is in grade 8. While she continues to conduct her backyard Bible class on Sundays, she makes sure to do well in her studies during the week. She constantly tops her class and was ranked in the […]

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The Power of Prayer

With seven siblings and from a poor region of Haiti, Jean Gille had a tough start to life. However at an early age, Jean Gille was enrolled in the local Compassion project which enabled him to attend school and learn about Jesus. After his high school graduation, Jean joined the Leadership Development Programme to study […]

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The Lord is my shepherd

Julius’ classmates watched in horror as worms from his stomach slithered out of his nose and mouth. Mortified, Julius would cough and gasp for air as he tried to hide them. Scavenging for food on the streets and poor nutrition had left Julius tiny for his age and carrying intestinal worms. With health problems and […]

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Being rescued was just the beginning

Haiti is a country reeling from natural disaster. Poor infrastructure and political volatility continue to hinder the potential of the largely unemployed population. It is against this backdrop that the people of Haiti struggle in poverty. Ownership of land is difficult to prove, opportunities to earn an income are at a premium and voodoo permeates […]

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