World Vision U.S. President Rich Stearns says children need someone to stand up for them so they can have a safe and happy childhood like our own children do. This isn’t the work of Superman or Wonder Woman. We’re the superheroes God wants to repurpose.
Twenty-four years after the genocide in Rwanda, children like Julius — a top student in his school — continue to die from poverty and lack of clean water. As Rich Stearns wraps up his tenure as World Vision U.S. president, he is dedicated to ending this needless loss of life in Rwanda and around the world.
The Rev. Billy Graham died Feb. 21, 2018. World Vision U.S. President Rich Stearns reflects on the impact and legacy Billy Graham had on the world.
After nearly 20 years as World Vision U.S. president, Rich Stearns announced on January 9 his plans to retire. A national search to select a new leader and the subsequent leadership transition process will take place over the course of 2018.
For World Food Day, Rich Stearns describes meeting children in Kenya and how consistent, long-term care helps strengthen communities against crisis.