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Pastors & Leaders VIDEO
A Compassion Sunday empowers your congregation to release children from poverty in Jesus' name.
Watch the video below to find out more from pastors whose churches have been impacted by Compassion Sunday…and the differences they made in the lives of children living in extreme poverty!
We were incredibly blessed this past weekend to have Brad Guldemond join us at The Campus Church. His leadership in worship was excellent and drew our congregation into a meaningful time focusing on our Saviour. Brad shared a message that was both challenging and thought provoking as he encouraged our congregation to partner with Compassion Canada in practically sharing the love of Jesus with those who are less fortunate. We always look forward to our Compassion Sundays as it encourages our community to look outward and find ways to practically share Jesus with the world.
- Pastor Keith Sparrow, Campus Church, Toronto
On our Compassion Sunday, a congregant, who was formerly homeless, sponsored a child. Here is a man who is 12 months off the street — he saw a need and obeyed the Bible. This is the real religion James talks about in James 1:27.
Pastor Léonce Crump Jr., Georgia
After a recent Compassion Sunday, we felt a revival of God’s Spirit. We could sense Him challenging the people to do more and to be more aware of what’s going on in the world!
Pastor Rusty Rice, Texas
Our people became more generous; giving became more personal for them after our Compassion Sunday. We have an even more generous church now than we did before. Compassion helps the local church become more generous.
Pastor Jerry Ittel, Ohio
Compassion Sunday changes lives
Compassion Sunday is an opportunity for people in your church to live out their faith in a very tangible way by giving generously to help children. But most important, these events will help raise up a new generation of disciples by introducing children living in poverty to Jesus. That’s what the Great Commission is all about.