Let's talk about what it really means to help one another in this crazy world of ours. Specifically, let's talk about all the generalizations we make about the world around us - those parts that are foreign to us and yet we think we know them all too well. It is easy, as the two … Continue reading Compassion Wednesday: Generalizations and True Compassion – 2 Reblogs
This is a reblog of the October 26, 2015 post on Compassion Internationals blog: Pauline is a 38-year-old mother of two, born and brought up in the Korogocho slums, east of Nairobi, Kenya. Here, she experienced the harsh realities of Nairobi’s urban settlements. Characterized by high levels of poverty, crime, disease, political instability, ethnic conflicts … Continue reading Reblog: How Does the Church Offer Hope for Children in Poverty?