Lebanon

The devastating Beirut Port Explosion of August 4, 2020 was just the latest in a series of serious blows to this most Christian nation in the Middle East. The Church in Lebanon has borne a large part of the burden of caring for almost 2 million refugees from Syria and Iraq, and they’re doing it with very little assistance from the International Community. In the months leading up to the Beirut tragedy,  the economy had already imploded, quadrupling the unemployment rate and making basic staples up to 8 times as expensive as last year. And still, the Church continued to support the refugees… Now, the Church needs immediate assistance just… Read More

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China

Over the years, we have been a part of placing Bibles into the hands of Christians, Pastors, and Evangelists all over the world. In total, Compassion Radio, with the support of our listeners and supporters, has helped place half a million Bibles! In the years that Norm Nelson was the president of Compassion Radio, many of these were directed towards China. This year, we are partnering with Bibles For The World to place Bibles into the hands of Chinese believers. This ministry is one of the premier Bible placement and literacy outreaches on the planet. They have vigorous and consistent evangelistic outreach in over 100 countries. They print and distribute… Read More

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South Africa

Door of Hope, located in Johannesburg, South Africa, is one of our longest-running partnerships, spanning two decades. Door of Hope is a ministry that rescues, cares for, and loves children that were abandoned by their mothers for any of a number of reasons, including AIDS and poverty. Partnering with this amazing ministry, Compassion Radio partners purchased a beautiful suburban home to house and lovingly nurture infants who have been rescued from abandonment in garbage dumpsters in and around the Berea and Hillbrow areas. More than 1500 babies have been rescued thus far through “Door of Hope.” The majority of the babies have been adopted or fostered within the country by… Read More

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