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Hope shines a light in the darkness. It’s infectious, even healing. But what is there to be hopeful for? Here are 18 reasons to have hope in 2018.
Change Makers

18 reasons to have hope in 2018

Donors, two communities, and World Vision worked together like a beautiful symphony to bring clean water to thousands of Hondurans.
From the Field

A clean water project orchestrated by God

Cheru carries water
From the Field

How’d they do that: Bring water to Cheru

A church runs and walks the Global 6k for Water to bring clean water to children around the world.
Change Makers

A Washington church mobilizes to walk the Global 6K for Water

Dallas pastor Keith Stewart and his congregation at Springcreek Church publically share a contrite heart, the topic of his book,

Pastor Keith Stewart: ‘We were wrong’

Woman holding baby in Haiti. Pray for the Caribbean.

Covering the world in prayer: Pray for the Caribbean

In Morungatuny, Uganda, 5-year-old Grace and 3-year-old Judith start and end their day with walking to gather water for their family. Judith often struggles to keep up with her older sister and has trouble carrying her 1-liter water can. (©2017 World Vision/photo by Jon Warren)
Special Features

The long path to clean water

From the Field

In the kitchen: Recipe for man’oushe, Lebanese flatbread

Change Makers

Watermill Express: ‘Seeing hope and a better future’ for children

Teacher sitting with students outside near race course where they participated in the Global 6K for Water in May 2017.
Change Makers

Oregon teacher cuts off hair to promote Global 6K for Water

Mom and 7-year-old daughter sitting together wearing World Vision Global 6K for Water shirts.
Change Makers

7-year-old girl leads Illinois community’s Global 6K for Water

Elevation Worship performs. The group will headline the 2018 Outcry Tour.

Q&A: Outcry Tour’s Elevation Worship