Travel along with a letter to a sponsored child to learn all the steps involved in getting it from your desk to the child’s hands and then the child’s response back to you.
People around the world are using their time, talents, and treasures to overcome obstacles so they can serve others in the time of COVID-19.
The U.S. election issues we’re watching this year are unlikely to be the same as those debated on television, but they will affect how World Vision and other organizations are able to work to end extreme poverty. Our partnership with the U.S. government strengthens and scales our work, and that partnership depends on support from our leaders. The greater the support for wise, compassionate policies that value all people, the better we can work alongside government leaders to help communities lift themselves out of poverty.
In the 2020 elections, we’ll choose our country’s next leader. When we look to Jesus’ life for guidance on what qualities a leader should have, we see Jesus both giving more to us and asking for more from us than our earthly leaders. Our human leaders, including our election candidates, can’t live up to the example Jesus set, which is why we follow Jesus first. Jesus’ examples challenges us to rethink what we value in our earthly leaders.
After a Christmas gift opened up a new world for Lucy when she was 16, she started dedicating her time to advocate for children through World Vision.
A Missouri family has raised more than $130,000, appeared on TV, and traveled to Kenya as they strive to end the global water crisis while living out God’s mission for them through running the Global 6K for Water and half-marathons with Team World Vision. They believe they can see the end to the global water crisis in their lifetime.
When a major disaster hits, it takes over the news. Graphic news coverage can be troubling for empathetic adults and scary for children. Here’s how to talk to your kids about disasters that they might talk about at school or with their friends.