It’s only because we’re loved and forgiven that we can love and forgive others. Pastors in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley demonstrate this in their care for refugees. This Thanksgiving, Rich Stearns challenges us to look at generosity differently.
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.
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.
They did not know each other, but simultaneously, their lives were plunging into an abyss. Seattle software programmer Cari Conklin was on a collision course with the Alhamdens, one of the millions of Syrian families caught in the crossfire of Syria’s civil war.
Five activities to do with your kids to help Syrian refugees. Learn together and engage your children on an issue you care about.
The Syrian refugee crisis is taking a huge toll on families and children. Here are some steps for how to talk with your kids about it, and how you can help.