This is the inspiring story of 17 year old Ty, who sponsors a child through Compassion International. “I think that it is something that God wants us and expects us to do, as he commands it. How can we just sit back and not even try?”
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It is a well documented fact that we Brits are somewhat adverse to stranger interaction. I catch the same train to work, each day, Monday to Friday. So do other people. Specifically, a man in a green coat. Now I’m sure I should recognise others of my fellow commuters with whom I travel the same […]
The child you sponsor wants to know everything about you. They are so curious about your life and the place where you live. Sometimes this is easy to forget so here’s a list of 8 things to tell your sponsored child about yourself. See if you can fit all of these in your next letter…
I am very excited about the Olympics. There is something about seeing people using their talents, doing their best in an event that may well be over within minutes, if not seconds. Some have been training their whole lives for this opportunity. And now the time is here.
So often poverty and the poor are portrayed in drab greyscale images that make us think those who are poor are constantly depressed, with no colour in their lives. At Compassion, we know this is not the case.
Vibrant (vahy-bruhnt) adjective 1. pulsating with vigour and energy 2. vigorous, energetic
I love discovering something which makes my eyes pop outwards and bulge with excitement, just like a 1990’s cartoon.