Compassion Sunday – Children Still in Need of Sponsors

Yesterday was Compassion Sunday at my church and I am so excited to tell you that 9 children received new sponsors!  I still have few children left and I would like to offer you the opportunity to sponsor a child too.  Here are a few of the children who still need sponsors.

This first little guy is Melquicidec Masi from Bolivia, South America. Melquicidec is 7 years old. He lives with his father & his mother and 3 brothers & sisters. he enjoys reading and attending church activities. Melquicidec is a priority child because he has been waiting over 9 months for a sponsor. Melquicidec lives in a country where there is a high risk of child rights violations.cs1 001

This next child  is an older child, his name is Nalamani Tandi he will be 14 years old on June 11th.  Nalamani is from India. He lives with his father, his mother and 4 brothers & sisters.  Nilamani helps his family by buying or selling in the market and caring for his brothers and sisters and caring for animals.  Nalamani enjoys listening to music, running and playing group games.  He attends church activities, Bible class and Vacation Bible School.  Older children are sometimes harder to find sponsors for.

cs2 001 Next is this sweet little girl her name is Latifatou Kadifatou Sankara.  Latifatou is from Burkina Faso, Africa.  She lives in a country where there is a high risk of child rights violations.  In her home Latifatou helps by running errands.  She lives with her father and her mother and there are 5 children in her family.  Latifatou does not attends school at this time and she enjoys playing group games and attends Bible class.

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The last child I am posting today is little Shisto Rongkheng from Bangladesh, Asia.  He is 3 years old and he also lives in a country with a high risk of child rights violations. Shisto lives with his father and his mother and there are 3 children in his home.  He does not attend school yet and he enjoys playing soccer and playing with toy cars.  He attends church activities regularly.cs4 001

Your love and support will help these children to receive the assistance they need to grow and develop physically, mentally and spiritually.  Please pray for these precious children and also please consider sponsoring one of them today. You can email me at and I can help you get your sponsorship started today.

Thank you so much for reading and also for your prayers for these precious children.

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





Poverty is not necessarily an issue to solve; it is an opportunity to serve. As we go through each day, our heart’s cry should be, Lord, where would you have me give, serve, and invest myself to bring hope to the poor?
~Orphan Justice author, Johnny Carr

Poverty is not necessarily an issue to solve;

But you can make a difference.

As we go through each day, our heart’s cry should be, Lord, where would you have me give, serve, and invest myself to bring hope to the poor?” 

Where is your heart today?

Are you willing to give?


Sponsor Priscilla from Ghana

Are you willing to serve?


Sponsor Manishaben from India

Are you willing to invest of yourself to help bring hope to the poor? 


Sponsor Suvo from Bangladesh

Will you give a child hope today by telling them about Jesus?


This is a sponsored child I met at a Compassion project in Haiti.

If the Lord is speaking to your heart today please consider showing his love to a child in poverty.  You can click any picture in this post to find out more.

Please pray for the Children

Please pray for the Children

This is blog month at Compassion and we are halfway to our goal of 3,160 children sponsored, Praise God!