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World Vision Magazine 2006

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Winter 2006
  • Working in the World Jesus Came to Save — How the Christmas story inspires today’s ministry to the poor.

  • Disposessed in Darfur Sanctuary for children in war-torn Sudan.

  • Ways to Pray in 2007 Using daily activities as reminders to pray.

Autumn 2006

  • Children of Hope — How an AIDS-ravaged community in Uganda became transformed.

  • Caring is Contageous U.S. pastors take a journey of compassion to Africa.

  • Personal Touch Pastors visit Rwanda.
  • Fun and Games Uganda community thrives.

Summer 2006

  • Cutting Hunger in Half — In two African countries, World Vision battles to solve complex food emergencies.

  • Getting Serious in the Fight Against Poverty
    What are the Millennium Development Goals, and what does World Vision have to do with them?

  • Frontlines News from around the globe; an inspiring sponsor’s story; how World Vision helped an arson-affected church; annual sponsorship information; and more.

Spring 2006
  • Turning Back the Tide — Tsunami-shattered families and communities in Asia rebuild, rebound, and keep the faith.

  • Inside World Vision's Emergency Response — Who does what and when after a crisis? Behind the scenes of World Vision's relief program.

  • News from the Field South Asia earthquake update; support for Katrina survivors; surfer Bethany Hamilton visits Thailand; upcoming events; and more.

World Vision Magazine, an Award-Winning Publication

  • View a slideshow of World Vision's award-winning photos, recognized in InterAction's 2006 Annual Photography Contest.
  • "Rice Harvest" (Spring 06 issue [pdf], page 16) was awarded first place in the "Work and Farming Skills" category.
  • "Sewing Skills" (Spring 06 issue [pdf], page 18) was awarded second place in the "Work and Farming Skills" category.
  • "Child Soldier" (Winter 05 issue [pdf], pages 12-13) was awarded second place in the "Peace & Democracy" category.
  • "Eager Students" (Spring 06 issue [pdf], pg 19) was awarded second place in the "Basic Education" category.

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