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.
FEB. 15, 2018, UGANDA — In eastern Uganda, a community is still reeling from the Lord’s Resistance Army insurgency more than a decade ago. Children like 5-year-old Grace must walk a long way for dirty water while parents are still walking an emotional path of healing. Through it all, access to clean water would help everyone heal and have a fuller life.
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.
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Sonali’s family went from shunned to shining with support from World Vision child sponsorship programs in her community.