“A child needs you to do Compassion Sunday, they don’t have the platform, the voice, the resources that you and I have … we are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus … we’re given this platform and we should use it.”

Brenda DeWalt
Commerce City, CO

“Many children don’t have a voice and you can be that voice for them. Your church family wants to know how they can help, they want to know how they can help children in need.”

Paige Farmer
Mobile, AL

“Compassion Sunday makes it so easy for each one of us to get involved, sponsor a child and make a huge difference for that child … and really show them what the Kingdom of God looks like.”

Anji Sisler
Chicago, IL


“Compassion Sunday has really helped us engage our congregation…it changes the way we see kids, and the way we see poverty. It’s going to make a difference in your congregation. They’re going to become more like Jesus.”

Mark Hardacre
Landing Place Church, CO

“Compassion Sunday has taken this huge issue of ‘how do you help people in poverty around the world’ and made it personal. With Compassion, I can have a connection with one child…and I would highly recommend that for any pastor to consider.”

Gregg Koskela
Newburg Friends Church, OR

“Compassion Sunday gives people an opportunity to feel that they are becoming involved in what God is doing around the world.”

Tom McElroy
Judson Baptist Church, IL

“There are people in your church who desperately want to make a difference, but they don’t know how to do it. Compassion Sunday will answer that question for everyone in your church.”

Ken Jackson
Cedarbrook Community Church, MD

“There is so much need out there. With Compassion, they are really in line with what we are doing. We just want people to know and love Jesus, and know how much He loves them.”

Linda Guthrie
Covenant United Methodist Church, SC

“I was amazed at how Compassion helped us. So when we actually did our Compassion Sunday it really was an impactful day. Almost all of the child packets were taken, and within a few weeks all of them were gone. People were asking for more.”

Bryan Myers
Academy Christian Church, CO