In 2017, World Vision donor Lyné Brown met a girl who was entering World Vision’s child protection program in Bangladesh. Lyné heard heartbreaking stories of hardship. But in 2018, she revisited that same girl and saw the transformation with her own eyes.
A new World Vision program is igniting a passion among high school students for the world’s hardest places! Hear from our partner school’s principal how this new curriculum is making the world’s issues — and some new friends — real for his students.
World Vision U.S. President Edgar Sandoval Sr. learned something true of all people: Nobody wants to leave home and the people they love. It’s tough to start over in an unfamiliar and often unwelcoming place, where you’re not treated the same as others and you have to work twice as hard for everything. But his situation was a far cry from the way some people leave their homes today.
Kindness, dignity, and hope might not be the traits you’d expect to find in a refugee camp. World Vision writer, Kari Costanza, didn’t either. But when she visited the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh, she was surprised by the hope she found there. Learn five signs of hope she never expected to find among refugees.
Read our top five Mother’s Day gift ideas that cover all the basics she gave to you. But most importantly, ones that show her you’ve learned her greatest lesson: empathy for others.
Actress Patricia Heaton considered a career in missions before her acting career took off. But God’s plan for her on mission isn’t over! Join Patricia on her recent trip to Rwanda to visit children like Delphin who are in desperate need of clean water.
World Vision U.S. President Edgar Sandoval Sr. shares about the benefits and blessings of clean water.
What does it really mean to only have access to dirty water for cooking, cleaning, and drinking? Food blogger Taylor Kiser of Food Faith Fitness recreates this issue in the kitchen while cooking a rice casserole with clean water … and with dirty water.
March 15, 2019, marks eight years since the Syrian refugee crisis began. With reports of the war in Syria almost over and after eight years of hearing about and caring about this crisis, does it still matter? Compassionate voices come together with a resounding yes.
What if there were aspects of the incarnation — God being in the world in a physical way — that included us today? As we begin Lent this year, pastor Greg Holder reflects on World Vision’s Matthew 25 Challenge and how it helped his church make God’s love an action.