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Compassion in the Philippines – Part 4

So, what did you do at work today? Maybe you had a rough day. Maybe you had to deal with some tough situations, but I bet you didn’t have to scavenge for scraps in a dump!!

Missions in Action wants to take you to the Philippines again, where you can see two sisters who help . . . → Read More: Compassion in the Philippines – Part 4

Compassion in the Philippines – Part 3

Some of you may remember the stories of Emilda Soriano who is a Compassion Sponsored Child in the Philippines. Over the past year or so we read as Emilda strived to compete in the Special Olympics last summer. Episode 3 of Missions In Action focusses on Emilda and shows us where she lives and what . . . → Read More: Compassion in the Philippines – Part 3

The Death Of Gratitude

Today, I ran across a great article by Pete Wilson, who is the pastor of Cross Point Community Church in Nashville, Tennessee. Pete posted a great blog entitled “The Death of Gratitude” in which he quotes Steven Furtick who is the founder and lead pastor of Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Carolina…

“You can’t be . . . → Read More: The Death Of Gratitude

Compassion in the Philippines – Part 2

What an incredible story of this young woman who has been rescued out of poverty in Manilla and how through the help of 5 different sets of sponsors through out her life, she is now part of Compassion’s Leadership Development Program.

See her video below and check out Missions In Action’s website to see all . . . → Read More: Compassion in the Philippines – Part 2

Compassion in the Philippines

This week marks the start of a new series, that as far as I know, is only running on the Intenet. It’s called “Missions in Action“. This series is hosted by Alex Boylan who in 2002 won “The Amazing Race”. From their website, their Mission Statement is…

Through our award winning storytelling, access to people . . . → Read More: Compassion in the Philippines