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Lindsey Minerva


A girl’s journey from brick factory worker to outstanding student

Today has been declared by the United Nations as the International day of the Girl. To commemorate this day, we’re asking you to advocate on behalf of girls like Keota in Cambodia.

A brick factory is no place for an 11-year-old girl. But each day, Keota would spend hours stacking heavy bricks in a dusty, dangerous workplace to supplement her parents’ meager income.

Now, thanks to World Vision, Keota is back in school, earning good grades and helping her little sisters with their studies.


Educate a girl, change the world

Educate a girl and you’ll change the world. This International Day of the Girl, October 11, be a part of changing our world. Raise your voice and let others know how important it is to educate and invest in the lives of girls.


Hunger at home: 5 surprising facts on child hunger in America

The truth is, hunger is all around us — even right here in the United States — and it affects more people than we would like to believe. But hunger is often invisible. When we don’t want to see it, hunger’s power to harm people only grows. Here are five facts on how children face hunger in America.


Caring for God’s creation on Earth Day

Earth Day is a chance to look at how we can be a part of caring for God’s creation. See how caring for the planet by utilizing natural resources and innovative agricultural techniques can benefit people in need and the Earth at the same time!