World Vision’s award-winning photographers travel around the world every year, capturing moments of God’s grace and faithfulness as we follow Jesus’ example to show unconditional love to the poor and oppressed. They bring back stories that inspire us to action and compassion.
APRIL 11, 2017, KENYA — Cheru and Kamama live in rural Kenya, and like millions of African children, they help their mothers carry water every day. Though the 5-year-olds live just 16 miles apart, for one, getting water is a three-hour struggle; for the other, it’s a seven-minute stroll. Walk with them.
Child sponsorship opened doors for a Bangladeshi child to pursue his dream of a career in education and impact his community.
Rich Stearns reflects on how when you partner with World Vision, you are walking with the poor. Mothers, fathers, and children feel your love and support across the miles. And with that comes a sense of God’s love. Knowing they’re not alone in their struggles lightens their load.
Contraptions called tip taps, which provide clean water for handwashing, are simple to build with easy-to-find materials. Try making one with your family!
Patricia Heaton — currently the star of ABC’s “The Middle” and longtime star of “Everybody Loves Raymond” — shares about her faith, journey to success in Hollywood, and her trip to Zambia with World Vision.