Posts Tagged ‘Dare to Care’

A Special Message from Wally

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. … Continue reading

Wally is Genuinely Touched and Bekah Starts to Cry – Find Out Why!

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. … Continue reading

4 Things About Honduras That Surprised Carlos & Joy

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. … Continue reading


Could you be the one to change their life forever? As you exchange letters, send photos and offer encouragement in Jesus’ name, your love will bring hope to a child that will last a lifetime. Which child will you choose to sponsor? CLICK OR CALL 877-919-2559. … Continue reading

What to Do When the World Seems More Wrong Than Right

Ok, let’s get real for a second. There’s a lot of awful things happening in the world right now. The “wrong” we see on a daily basis can be overwhelming. If you’re listening to WAY-FM this week, you’ll hear a lot about the “wrong” of poverty – some pretty devastating  and awful poverty – in the world right now. It’s a serious part of the wrong that won’t ever seem to go away. But we… … Continue reading

Dare to Care Honduras: Pure Joy

The word of the day today would have to be joy. We went to a Compassion project where the pastor exuded joy and these children benefited greatly from his faith and joy. What is so amazing about his joy, is that when you see all that surrounds him, you would think: what does he have to be joyous about? He is surrounded by people struggling to survive and while that could be exhausting he refused… … Continue reading

The One Question About God That I Cannot Answer

She started to tear up as she said, “He was murdered.” We were gathered in the front of Catalina’s small home surrounding by an old fence with barbed wire on the top. Just one more example of the dangerous community that Catalina and her family live in. Catalina is a grandmother who solely cares for her four grandchildren. Their mother left them when they were young and Catalina’s was sharing that her son was murdered… … Continue reading

Dare to Care Honduras: Hug it Out

If you ever feel the need to be loved just visit a Compassion project in Honduras. We were greeted with huge hugs and even bigger smiles. A simple sign on their wall serves as a constant reminder to these kids that they are loved by God, even when the world around them is not so pretty. When was the last time you were simply thankful To God for one more day of life. Could you… … Continue reading

What Compassion Looks Like

Why are we doing this? Why are we REALLY doing this? What difference could we possibly make? Those are just some of the questions I had going into this week here in Honduras. I gotta admit answers didn’t come as quickly as I would have liked either. We landed on Monday, had lunch with the local Compassion International team members here in Honduras, got shuttled to our hotel and called it a day. As I… … Continue reading

Dare to Care Honduras: Bekah meets Angie

I am not positive, but I think I sat on a child. Today was another great adventure in Honduras where we met some Amazing kids, and Bekah got to meet her sponsor child. So now I turn the blog over to Bekah to tell you about it. A week ago, I was standing in the toy aisle trying to figure out what kind of doll to buy for our brand new sponsor child Angie. I… … Continue reading