Seven-year-old Rooney Weidemann of Montana is dedicated to sending hope to families in need by gifting animals through the World Vision Gift Catalog.
Erin Weidemann, speaker and author of the Bible Belles series, shares how parents can be intentional about raising the new generation of Christian disciples who follow Jesus’ greatest commandment and care about others in the world.
Each year, World Vision hosts the Global 6K for Water to raise awareness and money for the global water crisis. Here are 13 ways you and your family can prepare your bodies, minds, and hearts for the virtual Global 6K for Water event on May 20, 2023.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken over the news, social media feeds, and conversations for over a year now, which can be troubling for empathetic adults and scary for children. Learn how to talk about the coronavirus with kids.
Have fun with your family this Christmas season with these at-home activities that teach valuable lessons about gratitude, generosity, and giving back.
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.
A divisive election season can be tough on both kids and parents. How can parents talk to children about the election in a way that’s positive, reassuring, and God-honoring? We talked to a marriage and family therapist and came up with 10 tips to help parents navigate the election with their kids in a way that stresses values, working together, and respectful conversation.
Read the stories of some of World Vision’s generous donor partners who have answered the call and made the financial commitment to become Visionaries — a group of World Vision supporters who strive to help transform the lives of children, families, and communities in the name of Christ, recognizing that in doing so, their own lives are also transformed.