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Winter 2001 - World Vision Responds at Home
Features:
  • Special Report: Renewal at Ground Zero. World Vision is there as New York churches bring a message of hope to the hurting.
  • Gifts That Give. Here's how your gifts through World Vision's Gift Catalog have helped families worldwide.
  • My Best Gift. World Vision celebrity sponsors share their most memorable gifts.
  • How Can We Care About the World? Dr. Roberta Hestenes shares why now more than ever World Vision's work is critical.
  • Nicaragua: 1,000 Days After Hurricane Mitch. World Vision's "first-in, last-out" response changed a community forever.


Autumn 2001

Features:
  • Hurricane Mitch: 1,000 Days After. Many Honduran families lost everything in the storm of the century. How are they faring today?
  • Breaking New Ground: Emergency Response Today
  • Motivating Teens to Action. Youth minister Joan Williamson shares ideas on how teens can serve those in need.
  • Building Up Chicago
  • Pray for Peace. Pastors’ reflections on a heart-changing trip to a tortured land.


Spring 2001 - 50th Anniversary Edition


Special Photo Issue: "On Any Given Day" ... A Day in the Life of World Vision

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