When was the last time God changed the shape of your life? For Child Ambassador Randi Jo Rooks, she knows the exact date in 2013. Read how God led Randi to say yes to a new ministry of helping children in need and how he brought her story full circle in Uganda.
After an extensive national search, World Vision U.S. has selected Edgar Sandoval Sr. to serve as its next president, effective Oct. 1. Edgar will succeed Rich Stearns.
More than 48,000 people worldwide laced up for World Vision’s 2018 Global 6K for Water May 19 at 1,075 locations in 16 countries, including the United States, Canada, Germany, Spain, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, and Australia. Hear from everyday change-makers about the life-changing experience of bringing clean water to more than 63,000 people.
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.”
Judy Carlson, 71, walked the 2017 Global 6K for Water at her own pace — slowly and steadily, using her cane for support. Six kilometers is the average distance people in the developing world walk for water. Judy walked her 6K for 6-year-old Bintou from Mali. Who will you walk for?
Tips for helping your children learn about the global water crisis and how they can help solve it. Find age-appropriate videos, discussion questions, and interactive activities to help your kids develop empathy for those who don’t have access to clean water.
A Seattle-area mom helps raise funds for clean water through World Vision’s Global 6K for Water — bringing together two children thousands of miles apart.