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Giving Tuesday: Help Haiti

In honor of Giving Tuesday, “a global day dedicated to giving back through non-profits around the world,” I am choosing to give help to Haiti… 398 more words

Active Compassion

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Hello my friends,

Today I want to do something different. I want to share a little piece of my heart with you.

This beautiful girl is my “first child,” Ahishakiye. 378 more words

Be The Good

Compassion Wednesday: Thankfulness Post #2

Heroes.

Real, honest-to-goodness heroes.

Individuals and organizations that decided something needed to be done.

The world is hurting, and we need to do something about it. 338 more words

Compassion Wednesday

Compassion Wednesday: Reblog:Be the Church More Than 80 Minutes a Week

This first appeared on Compassion International’s blog on November 7, 2016.

There are so many things in life that I don’t understand.

I don’t understand why, every time we are far away from a restroom, one of my kids always has to “go.” I don’t understand why Luke Skywalker whined so much while living with Uncle Owen in Tatooine (“Tosche Station/power converters”… anyone with me?). 510 more words

Compassion Wednesday

Keeping in Touch

I’ve been really busy over the last five months moving out of a home I’ve lived in for almost thirty years. Although I try to write to each child once monthly, I feel I’ve just not had/taken the time I normally have to stay in good communications with each of them.  51 more words

Sponsoring Children

things are just things.

It’s no surprise that my heart will forever be in Uganda, Africa. I knew that after that trip in June with my husband something would change in my heart. 672 more words

Anthem.

Compassion International's Letter Writing Program

Dr. Chris Endfinger is an Alabama-based emergency department attending physician and former medical director of Gadsden Regional Hospital Emergency Department. Outside of his work, Chris Endfinger, MD, has been an active supporter for Compassion International since beginning medical school. 161 more words

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