This content honors Compassion’s historical work in India. While we no longer have an India sponsorship program, we are grateful for the lives changed and meaningful work achieved through our sponsors and donors in our nearly 50 years there. For a detailed explanation of the end of our sponsorship program in India, please visit: www.compassion.com/india-update.
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It means a new hope for me because He died so that I can be called the child of God again. What I like about Easter is that it shows the power of God, who overcame death.”
Edwina Elorm Tetteh, 15
Jesus’ death and resurrection mean a lot to me. His shed blood took away all my sins. … His resurrection assures me that He has conquered Satan. All I need to do now is to believe in Jesus and allow the Holy Spirit to guide and direct me always.”
Derrick Antwi, 16
Easter assures me of the love God has for me to sacrifice His only son for me. … It is also a time to repent of our sins and forgive one another for the bad things we might have done to one another.”
Leticia Agbemazi, 15
Christians must celebrate Easter because the occasion assures them of the hope of forgiveness of sin. They can go to Jesus and ask for their sins to be forgiven if they repent.”