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A church in Togo fights occult-based traditions to free a 6-year-old girl from a Voodoo shrine.
As you prepare for Thanksgiving, find out what makes children who live in poverty feel grateful.
An innovative teenager shows how far a little encouragement can go.
Sponsorship allows a widower to envision a better future for his 8-year-old son.
A mother and daughter find love and acceptance in their local church after fleeing death threats.
How sponsors and donors enabled the Church in India to transform lives over nearly half a century.
Sponsored children live in the toughest environments but receive help and the hope for a better future.
Without running water at their home in Tanzania, Nyabwiri and her family devote a significant amount of time to water-related chores.
Our church partners around the world keep kids thriving through education, medicine and infrastructure.
Forced to end our work in India, we are mourning a painful loss while remaining hopeful.
How sponsors and church mentors help kids navigate life.
Traditional and modern cultures collide for Kenya’s Masai.
See how 11-year-old Samuel celebrates Christmas in his Indonesian village.
When sponsored children's families face increased struggles, Compassion's church partners quickly coordinate to help.
Love overcomes despair in this month's stories.
Fifteen years after the Sept. 11 attacks, a sponsor’s legacy still lives on.
This month's stories show how sponsorship helps families survive, grow and connect.
In this issue, meet children who are daring to dream after suffering through war, abuse or other trauma.
The Journey Prayer Guide
Compassion Magazine presents 30 days of prayer points and gripping photos to remind and inspire you to pray for people living in poverty.
In this issue, discover how special training helps sponsored children and their families become self-sufficient.
This month's stories show how Compassion's program helps prevent and treat health problems among children and their families.
In this issue, two Kenyan parents living in poverty embark on a desperate search for help.
In this issue, learn how Compassion's program helps heal children’s bodies, minds and souls.
Knowledge sets Compassion-assisted children and their parents on a course out of poverty.
Meet children whose difficult lives are changing because sponsors went the extra mile for them.
Since the 2010 earthquake, Compassion has built schools for sponsored children and helped survivors start businesses.
Fellow Kpodo used to get sent home from class regularly because his family couldn’t pay the school fee. When he joined Compassion’s program run by a local church, sponsorship began covering his school costs. Now he is free of shame and free to learn at school and at his Compassion center.
Week 35 | 2017