By: Sharon Fitness
Each year ACCTV likes to dedicate one week to the remarkable efforts of Compassion and other like-minded organisations doing impressive work amongst the poor and marginalised throughout the world, particularly children.
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By: Rodney Olsen
The rain is coming. Storms too. It might get pretty wild over the next week but I’ll just stay inside.
Continue reading “Riding the Storm”
By: Jennie Scott
There’s a point in every conversation where the other person breaks eye contact, glancing away to look at, well, who knows what. Maybe it’s another person, maybe a painting on the wall, or maybe it’s just to see anything other than my face. Continue reading “Stop Believing God Is Tired of You”
By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
It’s a regular dilemma for us: should we forgive or should we judge? But the Bible incredibly tells us that mercy always trumps judgment: Continue reading “Mercy Trumps Judgment”
Above: Photos of Adul, posted on the Maesai Grace Church Facebook page.
By: Clare Bruce
The dramatic rescue of the ‘Wild Boars’ soccer boys from a flooded cave in Thailand hit close to home for the nation’s Christian community, when they learned that one of the boys is a Christian who attends a local church in Chiang Rai. Continue reading “One of the 13 ‘Wild Boars’ Rescued is a Compassion Sponsored Child”
If you’re a youth worker, expect to face compassion fatigue sometime. Keep it at bay with good self-care habits, including supervision.
Continue reading “Compassion Fatigue: What is It and What to Do About It?”