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Everywhere we go in Zambia, we gather quite a crowd.  The kids follow us and, sometimes, are chased by us. I am guilty of that one. As we walk along the dirt paths in their village, we often stop to talk to the families about their different situations and more specifically about their water needs, since that is what Blood Water does best. Most will say, “we need safe water so our kids will not…

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Today was such a cool day and yet so frustrating to me. We went out to a drill rig to see a new well being dug. (My honey even got to help!) The really neat part is that, not only will a community get to use this, but it’s been placed right next to a school that was built in 2001. The frustrating thing is that just 200 feet from the school, you can see…

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If you've played a part in our Compassion week, this message is for you. And we really mean it.   Thanks to you, over 1,000 children have hope. More good news? There's still time for you to get in on this life change. If you've ever considered sponsoring a kid through Compassion International, now's your chance! It really does make a difference.

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If you've ever been on an influential trip, you'll know that you come back with certain moments etched in your mind forever. Wally and Bekah from The Wally Show sat down to show you those moments for them in Honduras with Compassion International.   Right now could be your moment. Consider sponsoring a kid through Compassion today? It will make a world of difference.

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At 10 years old, Nathalie carries herself with confidence and intelligence. She was the girl who knew all the steps in her dance group, was chosen to speak in public about the progress of her class, and could intrigue you with one look of those dark eyes. You can tell she's a special kid. Her story? Well... She shares a tiny home with nine family members. Her father was killed in a cross-fire between two…

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Some of these things will definitely surprise you! Others... maybe not so much. ;) Hear from Carlos and Joy about their trip to Honduras with Compassion International and see why they walked away surprised.   Interested in sponsoring a child in families like these? We dare you to take a look.

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