‘OPERATION GOD’S WORD’ Campaign [2020-2021]…

Click Here to read or print this month’s Compassion Radio Newsletter and learn how you can be part of “Operation God’s Word,” our biggest Bible Campaign yet. There’s never been a more important Bible outreach in our 30-year history of sending Bibles to the booming churches in China, Southeast and Central Asia, and the Middle […]

Advent Book

For this Advent Season, we are recommending resources to help you and your family celebrate the holy and the sacred. This devotional book, “God is in the Manger: Reflections on Advent and Christmas” by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, is a classic Christmas read. “There are only two places where the powerful and great in this world lose […]

Advent Wreath Craft

This Christmas, we are providing some simple crafts for families, individuals, or groups of friends to do together. We believe that Christmas is a time to focus not on stuff, but on being together and celebrating the Christ Child who made this season what it is. Here is the second of those crafts: The Season […]

Giving Manger Craft

This Christmas, we are providing some simple crafts for families, individuals, or groups of friends to do together. We believe that Christmas is a time to focus not on stuff, but on being together and celebrating the Christ Child who made this season what it is. Here is the first of those crafts:   COMPASSION […]

International Day for the Unreached

In Acts 1, Jesus spoke his final words on earth to his faithful followers. These men had walked for years alongside the one whom they were just beginning to understand was their Lord and God. Jesus’ last words on earth still reverberate across the earth, today. His Lordship is still expanding, as heart after heart […]

Sri Lanka: Pain, Retaliation, and Prayer

Less than a week ago, I sat here contemplating the similarities between the burning of Notre Dame, the arson of three black churches in Louisiana, and the torching of bibles in India. This week, I am beginning to wonder when stories of churches being destroyed and religious minorities being threatened will stop dominating the headlines. […]

How Can GOOD FRIDAY Truly Be “Good”?

  This Good Friday doesn’t look so good in the news. One quick glance at the headlines this morning was, frankly, depressing: Parents sentenced to life for torturing their own children; Two administrations in a row ignoring massive cyber attacks that have gravely diminished trust in our democratic system; Two young teen girls hatching a […]

We Are Left With The Cross

Fire is on my mind as I scroll through image after image of the grand Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, France crumbling into a burning heap on the banks of the Seine. Centuries of history, religion, and tradition have been lost in the blaze and the world mourns along with Parisians who have gathered on […]

What Changes in 20 Years?

As we come into the final stretch of our 2019 Door of Hope Campaign, I’ve been thinking a lot about what changes in two decades. Yesterday I was rummaging through old family pictures. There are toddler pics of our kids being doted on by smiling grandparents – some of whom are now ‘Heaven-home.’ There are hilarious […]

Venezuela: A Prayerful Look

Although it has only recently received extensive coverage in western media, the economic and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela is not new. AP reports that according to the UN, there were over 3 million Venezuelan refugees around the world as of November 2018. That number is expected to reach 5.3 million by the end of 2019. […]