God working through social media!

It's AMAZING to see the Lord moving right along in today's "social media" society.  Facebook, Twitter, blogging and all the other multi-facet networks that are used via online are all helping Christians around the world to literally connect in unique ways and make a difference in the lives of others.  We're using our gifts and talents in ways that only a decade ago, we never conceived as being possible.

Today's post proves this point, and shows us how this is happening in the blogging community around the world.

Compassion Bloggers a two year old online ministry works with bloggers in using their influence to help transforms lives of children and their families in poverty worldwide.

How are we doing this?  We do this by...

  • posting banner ads on our blogs
  • telling stories that compel, you, the reader, to sponsor a child.

Not only that, but we bloggers also get together and travel halfway around the world to see first hand how Compassion International is releasing more than 1,000,000 children in undeveloped countries from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty.

To find out how you and/or your blog can make a difference in a child's life go here.  Compassion Bloggers making a difference.

Today, you have an opportunity to help a child by participating in the gifts of compassion catalog.

Dear friend, it is not by accident that you're seeing this post.  Right now, you have an opportunity to be the instrument that God uses on behalf of another to provide a need.  You have the means, please use it.  

Here are some of the "real needs" of Compassion-assisted children:

  • mosquito nets
  • soccer balls
  • chickens
  • goats
  • water filter
  • farm equipment
  • clean water
Gift prices range from $10-$5,000

Bring real joy into a child and their families life today with a Gift of Compassion.

Gifts of Compassion catalog link.

The King will answer and say to them, 'Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to me.' " ~ Matthew 25:40

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