Compassion Bloggers in Ecuador

I’m a big fan of Compassion International, we sponsor three teenage boys (actually two now, one just graduated) and I’ve traveled to Africa twice with Compassion. I always look forward to following the Compassion bloggers on their trips and today I wanted to share some links with you so you could follow along too…

 

Screen Shot 2016-02-03 at 9.36.00 AMShannan and her son, Calvin

 

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If I Have Gingham But Have Not Love // Shannan Martin

 

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Screen Shot 2016-02-03 at 9.53.07 AMAshley and her son, Corbett

 

He Jumped in the Game // Ashley Ann

 

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-1Ruth and her son, Caleb

 

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A Step Towards Hope // Ruth Simons

 

 

Screen Shot 2016-02-03 at 10.08.20 AMTo anyone who sponsors a child during their trip, you will receive this free print from Ruth.

 

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24115271963_02bab56a9f_zThe Compassion Bloggers trip leader, Brianne

 

 

Screen Shot 2016-02-03 at 10.12.26 AMTo This World: I Think I’ve Been Looking at You All Wrong // Brianne McCoy

 

 

23591474693_0bd7b174af_zFor all the posts from Equador, click here.

 

Screen Shot 2016-02-03 at 10.00.25 AMFollow the trip through #compassionbloggers on Instagram.

24742071755_edff3cf5b2_zIf you would like to see more photos from their trip, you can view them here.

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Thank you for following along with the Compassion bloggers in Ecuador. If you would like to sponsor a child in Equador, click here. …and then watch as your name & sponsored child pop up on the compassion site!

 

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