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Compassion Intl Sets Record with More than 3,000 Children Sponsored in #BlogMonth

Compassion International declared September to be Blog Month and set out to set a new record for most children sponsored in a month. This evening that goal was reached when the 3,108th child was sponsored in September. Yea!

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Compassion Pinned

if you use Pinterest, check out Compassion’s My Sponsored Child Pinterest Contest

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Would You Pray With Me?

The assignment for week 2 of Compassion International’s Blog Month is to write a letter… to God.

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The Secret to Changing the World

Sometimes when I look at our sick, broken world and the magnitude of the problems and wonder, “What can I possibly do to change it?” But here’s the secret…

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Could another nonprofit REALLY make a difference?

Today’s guest post is by Sarah Hodges, co-founder of The Aegis Element, a nonprofit organization intentionally focused on the global crime of human trafficking.

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Win a Copy of Wrecked by @JeffGoins plus $158 of Gifts

Today we’re reviewing, discussing, and giving away a copy of the brand new book Wrecked by Jeff Goins. Keep reading to learn how you can win a copy.

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My Own Little World [Video]

Check out this great video created by Christ Church of the Heartland to the music of Matthew West.

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Live a Life of Thanksgiving!

As Marcus Tullius Cicero said “A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues.” Here are 7 ways thankfulness affects how we live each day & why it’s a great idea to live a life of thanksgiving instead of just 1 day a year.

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The Power of a Change in Perspective

Got problems? Sometimes what we need isn’t to focus more on the problem but a change in perspective.

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My Kenya Story

My 10 year old daughter, Ainsley, loves to write. In this, her first ever blog post, she writes about Kenya from her perspective.

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