Brianne Mullins
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Brianne works at Compassion International on the Web and Interactive team as the Internet Communications Specialist. Her main task is publishing sponsor-focused content on

(in)side DaySpring: things we love
& you will too!
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(in)side DaySpring:
things we love
& you will too!
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  1. Ahhh…so cool. I was shocked to see my card being held by some of the children in your photos…wow! Thanks for sharing the experience and can’t tell how inspiring this has been. It always feels good to give to others and even better when you know that it can/does help make somewhat of a difference.
    Fondly, Roberta

  2. I second the first comment! One girl is holding the card we made!!! I see our family in the tree and again in the 2nd photo, on the far left, she’s showing the inside photos of our kids. This totally makes my day to see them receive the cards and the video is just precious and really gives you a small glimpse into these beautiful childrens’ lives. Thank you for your generosity and encouragment to do something, even so small, for someone that you don’t even know. God Bless YOU!

  3. Oh my goodness! I am crying tears of joy here. The little girl in the video who is reading her card is reading one of the cards that I sent! That is the letter that I wrote! What a blessing it is to see the face and hear the voice of the little girl who received my card!

  4. We missed this opportunity, but I’m so appreciative to see all those who participated. It touched my heart to read how some children are still unsponsored. There must be so many. Praying for more sponsors.

  5. I have been reading your posts during my afternoon break, and I must admit the whole article has been very useful and very well written. I thought I would let you know that for some reason this blog does not display well in Internet Explorer 8. I wish Microsoft would stop changing their software. I have a question for you. Do you mind exchanging blog roll links? That would be really cool!