Compassion Bloggers in Uganda

I have exciting news! This week is the five year anniversary of Compassion Bloggers and to celebrate a group of Compassion bloggers are in Uganda and have a goal to release 400 children from poverty during this week.  You can follow along by clicking the picture below to read their blog posts. Today was their first day and the blog posts were amazing!


YOU can also join us in celebrating this five year anniversary by helping us get 400 children sponsored in Uganda. You click the link below and find out more about how you can sponsor and help release a child from poverty in Jesus name.

childYou can also help by praying for the children of Uganda and also by sharing this post or one of the bloggers in Uganda’s posts on facebook, twitter, pinterest or instagram, using the hashtag  #compassionbloggers.

Thanks for your help! 🙂 

Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.  1 John 3:18




6 thoughts on “Compassion Bloggers in Uganda

  1. Freedomborn ... Aussie Christian Focus says:

    Reblogged this on Freedomborn … Aussie Christian Focus and commented:
    Wonderful news T, to hear that you and the other Bloggers are reaching out in Love seeking to find people to care for these 400 needy Children. People say, but there are so many and this is True but if we can make a difference for just one child, than that is one child less who has to suffer from Starvation, Sickness and death, I will be praying…. Christian Love from both of us – Anne


      • Freedomborn ... Aussie Christian Focus says:

        That is so wonderful T, it’s really good to know that people are opening their hearts and reaching out to all these Children in great need.

        I received some exciting news yesterday from Alissa who is back caring for the Children in her Orphanage in Nepal, she told me that all of them are writing to me, well at least those that can write and that she will translate their messages when we have a cuppa together, she will be back home soon.

        Alissa has also taken pictures of all the Children, and will have it framed for me. she said my baby boy Pasang is starting to speak and is such a good child and Sujan, his older brother, is doing really well at school.

        My dream or wish is to see them in person as you did but it may remain a dream, still dreams sometimes come True.

        I hope you don’t mind T that I posted Ron’s comment to you on my Blog too so I could respond to him, I have done this with our other Reblogs before and also because of Ron’s commitments, which don’t leave him much free time, I now Post all of his comments too and also choose the Posts that will be of interest to him and I knew he would be interested in your News and will also be so glad to hear about the 167 Children who are already being Sponsored.

        I’m not sure if I shared this with you before T but for many years Ron and I use to care for Children with an Organization called Aunties and Uncles, they were mainly from one Parent families, this was so they could have a Holiday and their Parents could have a break. It was so wonderful being their Aunty and Ron their Uncle even if it was just for a short time, we did all the things other families did and had lots of fun together, I really miss doing this but as I still have a lot of contact with Children, it does help fill the void.

        Blessings – Anne


        • T says:

          That is such wonderful news! I know you will enjoy those letters so much and I am also sure those children love writing them. I am so glad your children are doing well too, your sponsorong them is helping to make a difference in their lives.

          Aunties and Uncles sounds like a great idea, I bet you were a great Aunt and I am sure the children loved you both. I had never heard of them before.

          I don’t mind if you post Ron’s comments at all. Thank you for sharing my blog and also for all you do for children. blessings to you also Anne!


  2. Ron says:

    To see the difference in the lives of those sponsored T, will be enormous, in that land of such poverty and need, those 400 will be truly blessed to have a chance. Also those who help are also blessed by the experience.



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