The storms are coming. The weather might get pretty wild but I’ll just stay inside. I wonder what it might be like for people who don’t have that option.
Amy Jandrisevits is using her gifts to bring joy to kids who are a little different. She makes dolls that match kids who have limb differences, medical devices, scars, birthmarks and other physical differences. She’s a long time doll collector, and started making them for fun in her teenage years. I love dolls. And I played […]
My assumed belief is that, at some point, people always get tired of me… I’ve realised lately I assume the same of God.
This week we are looking at what has made Assured Home Care a SA Success Story. Assured Home Care is a quality provider of disability and aged care services. The company was founded by Julie De Jong and her daughter Nicky, with a vision to create an organisation that really cared about looking after its […]
If we are ever unsure whether to decide to show mercy to someone, or to judge them, it’s best to always err on the side of mercy.
14-year-old Adul (pronounced Adun) attends a Compassion child development project based at Maesai Grace Church, which has been supporting him since the age of seven.
If you’re a youth worker, expect to face compassion fatigue sometime. Keep it at bay with good self-care habits, including supervision.
Author: Rodney Olsen. When he was just eight years of age his father was murdered in front of his mother. That moment forced Richmond, his mother and his five siblings out of their home and into one of the world’s largest slums. Life had changed in an instant.