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- Sponsorship: Through a Child's Eyes - Special photo feature
- Barren Land, Fertile Hope. How do you keep a drought from killing your crops, your livestock, your dreams--and your children?
- Where Are They Now? Edith can testify to the power of sponsorship.
- Veggies With a Vision How the creators of these famous animated vegetables hope to grow compassionate kids.
- Best-selling author Jan Karon: "Praying in Prime Time"
- Dollars and Sense How small loans add up to big change
- Left Behind. By 2010, experts predict that 40 million of the world’s children will be orphaned. Left behind as their parents succumb to a virus. A virus so small, it cannot be seen. Only its effects, which are always fatal.
- The Hope Bearers. World Vision’s progress in Senzani, Malawi, is severely threatened by the toll of AIDS. A renewed strategy involves teachers, health professionals, and community and church leaders fighting against staggering odds. With commentary by Charles Colson, Tony Campolo, Luci Swindoll, and James Dobson.
- World Vision's Hope. World Vision is uniquely positioned to bring God’s love and tangible care to AIDS-affected families.
- The Path of AIDS: A Child's Journey. How AIDS creates orphans and wreaks havoc on families and communities.
- On Topic with Stephen Lewis. The special envoy to the United Nations for HIV/AIDS in Africa explains the complexities and challenges of the pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa.
- There's Hope! Surprised by suffering? Tim Dearborn reminds us to focus on hope’s true source. "Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Share with God’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality" (Romans 12:12-13).
- Living on Purpose. Is your lifestyle keeping you from living out your faith? Tom and Christine Sine share practical ways to realign priorities according to God’s will.
- Cooking With Care. Graham Kerr shares the benefits of setting a place for the poor at your table.
- Family Matters. World Vision's newest program enables you to help every member of a needy family.
- Pray for World Vision. An invitation to pray for staff, ministries, and sponsored children.
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