A group of 23 artists in Illinois has found a way to help refugees through their art — they paint portraits of Syrian children and give the proceeds to charity. They call it “Painting Syria’s Children: The Refugee Portrait Project.”
This podcast, listen to an interview with Kristen Howerton, a popular blogger who has been operating Rage Against the Minivan since 2006. She recently traveled with World Vision to Iraq and Lebanon and was generous enough to be interviewed, ironically, in the back of a minivan.
This podcast we talk with Pastor Dave Schmidgall from National Community Church in Washington, D.C. about meeting Syrian refugees in Lebanon and how to put your faith in action here at home.
Nearly 10,000 refugee children have crossed from South Sudan into Uganda without their parents. Meet Moses, one of these unaccompanied children who now must wear the shoes of a father for his sisters. Learn how this responsibility weighs on him and how World Vision is helping to look after them.
This podcast we talk with Beau Wirick, an actor on ABC’s “The Middle,” and Christopher Hale, executive director of Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good.
Liam Cunningham traveled to Uganda in May to see World Vision’s work with the fastest-growing refugee crisis worldwide — South Sudan.
In a Child-Friendly Space in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon, young Syrian refugees use art to express their feelings of loss and hope.