it’s gonna be really hard to get these pictures id’d correctly. here goes:
from left to right:
1) picture of a chapel at Child Survival Project UGCS27 Kitimbwa CDC/UG611
2) a mom who was sharing how Compassion International has helped her and introduced her to Christ. she became so overwhelmed sharing her testimony, she cried.
3) dancing in church…I know. how awesome is that?
4) this same mom is learning how to sew so she can learn to tailor and help support her family better.
5) the moms in this at risk area are learning a lot of things, including how important it is to play with their babies and letting the babies play with each other.
6 and 7) many of the moms have learned a crafting trade so they can make goods to sell at a market. one mother learned not only how to market her ability, but how to save enough money to buy a pig. a pig can fetch a good half year’s salary in this area, so she’s learning how to save, invest and build up her business.
8 ) these are just some of the students in Compassion’s Leadership Development Program. they are the cream of the crop from the sponsored project areas–kids who excel academically and who can handle college-level material. the LDP program is not automatic for a sponsored child–it’s a high-level program that takes the best in Compassion International’s child programs, sends them to university and trains them to be servant leaders. of the 300 LDP students attending university in Uganda, Uganda Christian University is educating 153 students. there are several attending other public univeristies and at least three studying at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Il…
these pictures represent the ministry, vision and future of Compassion–primarily, they aim to build the kingdom of God. The Gospel is open and often repeated…and for every child that accepts Christ in Compassion’s projects, leaders say at least 10 others also come to Christ through their faith walk.
…all with the help of a sponsor and $32 a month.