On this edition of the World Vision podcast, pastor and humanitarian Eugene Cho speaks to us about his recent book, Overrated, and his trip to Lebanon and Iraq to visit Syrian refugee tented settlements near the Syria border.
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.
5.1 million people have fled Syria’s civil war as refugees, straining the region’s ability to cope and to care for the needs of displaced children.
Why are millions of people displaced in Iraq? Learn what World Vision is doing to help children and families affected by the conflict and the fight to retake Mosul.
World Vision sponsored children share what they would give their moms if they could give them anything in the world this Mother’s Day.
In 2013, World Vision President Rich Stearns met 10-year-old Haya in Jordan. The poem and letter she read to him that day became a pivotal moment in his life: “Do you ever think of the children of Syria?” Hear from Rich about the impact of that moment, and three and a half years later, join us in reconnecting with Haya.
In a Child-Friendly Space (CFS) in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon, young Syrian refugees use art to express their feelings of loss and hope.