Partnership is not simply working together, it is collaborating on something both sides care about deeply. The result of this partnership changes lives for eternity—releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name. It’s a goal beyond the capacity of either of us individually, but together, we can do it. In fact, we can do it better together.
Compassion International is proud to be a ministry partner of ARC. We’re both committed to building the kingdom of God in every aspect of our ministry. As part of this partnership, we seek to provide quality resources to the ARC family.
With the help of local churches like yours, Compassion is releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name all over the world. Your partnership is crucial in helping change precious lives for eternity. Together, we can make an even greater kingdom impact.
Your church and Compassion can do so much together, including:
- Serve the developing world through missions.
- Provide tangible, long-term solutions for global issues such as preventable illnesses, natural disasters, and lack of clean drinking water.
- Follow Christ’s example of compassionate service through child sponsorship.
To learn more, you can contact us for information on planting a church, hosting an event or sponsoring a child.
Special Resources for the ARC Family
Compassion Complements Church Planting
Compassion is not a church planting organization. However, our child development program is a natural complement to young church plants. Together we draw families to the church and offer the opportunity to meet our Savior.
Enrich your Compassion Sunday
Compassion Sunday is a day set apart to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name. It’s an opportunity for you to share your purpose and passion — and invite others to join a movement of life transformation.
Global Missions for Your Church
Every family in your church can have a global, life-changing experience in missions through Compassion.
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Church Partnerships Manager
Matt joined Compassion in 2015 after serving on local church staff for 15 years. As he works with churches and organizations throughout the country, one thing that feeds Matt’s soul is knowing he is helping care for the most vulnerable children around the world. Matt and his wife, Michelle, live in Birmingham, AL, with their three beautiful daughters and call Church of the Highlands home.