World Vision U.S. President Rich Stearns says children need someone to stand up for them so they can have a safe and happy childhood like our own children do. This isn’t the work of Superman or Wonder Woman. We’re the superheroes God wants to repurpose.
Twenty-four years after the genocide in Rwanda, children like Julius — a top student in his school — continue to die from poverty and lack of clean water. As Rich Stearns wraps up his tenure as World Vision U.S. president, he is dedicated to ending this needless loss of life in Rwanda and around the world.
When you walk for clean water with World Vision’s Global 6K for Water, you help lay a foundation for fighting injustice all around the world. Here are three ways that access to clean water impacts other social issues.
The Bible Belles book series gives today’s generation of girls real heroes: showing them that character is the true measure of beauty and empowering them to be heard. Read about five biblical heroes who show girls that their voices matter.
Today marks seven years since the Syrian refugee crisis began. With reports of the war in Syria almost over and after seven years of hearing about and caring about this crisis, does it still matter? Compassionate voices come together with a resounding yes.