Loving What Jesus Loves

Last week I shared a post about how my daughter has been impacted by our sponsorship of a little boy with compassion international. The children who are sponsored through compassion receive education, medical assistance, food and clean water, and most importantly a Bible in their own language. One of the things I love about Compassion is that they are not simply interested in meeting physical needs. Jesus made it clear that he loves children and the poor. What Jesus loves, we should love. What breaks Jesus’ heart should break ours as well. Choosing to sponsor a child with Compassion is not just about sending money so other people can “deal with” the problem of child poverty around the world. It’s about sharing in the mission of Jesus Christ – His love for the poor.

Here is what you can do.

  1. Go to this page. Pray for the child pictured, that they would know the Lord and receive a sponsor…then click to the next child and do the same. Continue doing this as you have time available. They need your prayers!
  2. Consider sponsoring a child. There are many ways to love what Jesus loves, this is one of them!

Blessings as you partner with God and strive to love what Jesus loves!


About joshkellar

I'm married to an incredible woman of God and have two daughters that love to laugh and delight in the Lord. My goal in life is to bring others into closer relationship with God by engaging them in His story as we journey together in a faith-filled community. The basis for every decision I make in life comes back to my calling to share the love of God with those around me. My hope is that at every opportunity I will encourage others into a greater lifelong journey of discipleship.

Posted on September 4, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I can pray for these kids too. Tell me again what your childs name is? I should put a pic up our refridgerator.

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