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Why it's worth our time and compassion
Cheryl Yetke, Pantry Director This week, our Retail Donations Coordinator Lauren stopped by Meals for the Needy food pantry in Bristo...
What to Wear as a Child of God: Compassion
Why Compassion Is the Perfect Antidote for Depression
The best piece of marital advice I’ve ever heard came from an ex-priest: "Always err on the side of compassion." It has become my mantra.
How Are Your Compassion Letters Delivered?
Compassion staff go to great lengths over land and river to deliver sponsors' letters to the eagerly waiting hands of the children in Ghana!
Why Self-Compassion Trumps Self-Esteem
Science shows that we should be striving for self-compassion, instead of high self-esteem.
Showing compassion: How to mitigate the effects of childhood trauma
Experts have identified 10 adverse childhood experiences that can have a lasting impact on a person's well-being.
Compassion International Blog
How can you use your sponsorship to empower a child to be the protagonist of their own story rather than create a mindset of dependency?
How Does Compassion Prevent Child Departures?
It's hard when a child has to leave our program early. Our church partners are developing strategies to help children stay engaged as long as possible.
How to Write Your Compassion Letters to Be Age Appropriate
From toddler to young adult, no matter the age of the child you sponsor, we’ve got ideas for every age group to make your letter-writing just a little easier!
What Does a Compassion Center Director Do?
The center director plays one of the most important roles at a child development center. Learn how they are helping to release children from poverty.
Compassion Sponsored Teen Named Top Student in the Philippines
After a nationwide search, the Philippines awarded a Compassion teen the title of "Most Excellent Child in the Philippines." Meet the prize winner!
Fathers can learn to be better fathers by opening up more
One Valley non-profit organization is working to help men open up to each other more in order to help fathers be better fathers.
What It Means To Be An Adoptive Father
A couple dad’s responses to, “What does it mean to be an adoptive father?” “I’m currentl...
Father’s Day Gift Guide
Father’s Day can be one of the toughest gift-giving occasions. With moms, you normally can’t go wrong with a box of chocolates or jewelry. But dads are different… and difficult. In the past you’ve probably thought you had the perfect gift in mind, then venture into the garage or his man-cave and discovered he already...
Why I Cry As A Father
They say that men are too tough to cry, and that crying is a show of weakness To those men, I say you are sadly, very wrong. It had been two months since Maddie, our last foster child, had left our home. The 4-year-old girl had been with us for just under one year, and had made a significant impact not only on both my wife and I, but on our own children, as well. She had very much become a part of…
How a high-school principal curbed suspensions with a bit of compassion
Hamilton principal has seen student engagement increase, suspension numbers dwindle after taking a more understanding approach to learning
What We Are Thankful For
Bet you can't guess why we're so thankful! To sponsor a child and partner with us to release children from poverty in Jesus name, visit cintl.us/youtu...
It’s not compassion — sadism and control is what’s driving anti-choice extremists
Anti-choicers bully women and call it compassion, so of course Robert Dear thought he could do the same
How to Appreciate the Father You Have
None of us get perfect parents. None of us got our emotional needs met all the time. But as Father’s Day approaches, it’s a time to reflect on the positives. How did your particular father do the best he could? How can you stop feeling what...