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World Vision Magazine Article Archive



DATE

ARTICLE

AUTHOR

9/99

Wanted: Dream House

Richard Stearns

9/99

Honduras: Mitch Money Builds

Israel Carcamo

9/99

Home Economics

Jane Sutton-Redner

9/99

Disaster Assurance

Cathy MacCaul

9/99

Where Are They Now?: Salvation in the Slums

Charles Maingi

6/99

Kosovo Special Report

Various

6/99

Mark McGwire's Baseball

Richard Stearns

6/99

Home Alone in Rwanda

Karen Homer

6/99

Rwanda: Signs of Hope

Karen Homer

6/99

Obedience Over Bitterness

Randy Miller

6/99

It's a Party

Jane Sutton-Redner

6/99

Working Moms

Renee Stearns

3/99

Passionate About Life

Richard Stearns

3/99

Pro Vita: For the Born and the Unborn

Karen Homer

3/99

The Babies' Revolution: World Vision's Work with Romanian Families

Karen Homer

3/99

Amazing Staff: Rebel With a Cause

Karen Homer

3/99

Where Are They Now? Rx for Progress

Juan Manuel Alsina

3/99

Consolacion Prize

Jane Sutton-Redner

3/99

One of the Few to Go to School

Karen Homer

12/98

Central America After the Storm

Richard Stearns

12/98

The Mourning After

John McCoy

12/98

Responding in the Wake of Hurricane Mitch

Karen Homer and Jane Sutton-Redner

12/98

Disaster Doctors

John McCoy

11/98

Sudan: "I Was Hungry ... And You Fed Me"

James Addis

11/98

Our Vision: Sudan Feeding Sudan

Bruce Menser

11/98

Twelve Baskets

Brenda Wilbee

11/98

New Song, New Life

Jane Sutton-Redner

11/98

AIDS Orphans: W.W.J.D.?

Richard Stearns

9/98

Peacemaking in Colombia: A Nobel Cause

Pablo Carrillo and Karen Homer

9/98

Teenage Wasteland

Margaret Jephson

9/98

Radical Repentance: One Man's Prayer for Sierra Leone

Tim Andrews

9/98

30 Hour Famine Study Tour Participants: The Adventure Continues

Jane Sutton-Redner

9/98

True Security

Richard Stearns

6/98

Leadership's Legacy

Various

6/98

Playing to an Audience of One

Steve Hayner

6/98

Wrestling Through the Call

Richard Stearns

6/98

Telling It On a Mountain

Jane Sutton

6/98

Amazing Staff: Life Without Brakes

Holly Beth Storms

6/98

Love In Any Language

Laura White

6/98

I Leave You a Story

Robert A. Seiple

04/98

The Girl Child Issue:
Infanticide / Health / Education / Exploitation / Violence / Child Brides / U.S. Girls / What you can do

Jane Sutton, Shelly Ngo, Karen Reed-Mathee

04/98

Female He Created Them

Robert A. Seiple

04/98

News & Resources

Staff

04/98

Gifts of Kindness

Susan Finkelpearl

04/98

Test Your Sponsorship Savvy

Jane Sutton

04/98

Kaleidoscope: Games

Laura White

02/98

The Church: Stepping Out Into the Community

Karen Beattie, Jan Johnson, Christine Dubois

02/98

Coloring Outside the Lines

Mary Schnack

02/98

The Church and the Gift of Salvation

Robert A. Seiple

12/97

Microenterprise Issue:
Giving Credit Where Credit is Due
Help on a Small Scale
Mauritania: A Loan to Dye For
Peru: The Means to Serve
Romania: Opening the Door for Small Business

Larry Wilson, Karen Homer,
Jane Sutton,Tom Konjoyan, Debra Prinzing

12/97

The Fruit of Work

Robert A. Seiple

12/97

If Your Enemy is in Need

Andrew Natsios

11/97

Peru: Corner of the Dead Returns to Life

Jane Sutton

11/97

30 Hour Famine: From Here to Timbuktu

Diana Moore

11/97

Kits Are for Kids

Jane Sutton

11/97

Kaleidoscope: Christmas

Laura White

11/97

The Hopes and Fears of All the Years

Robert A. Seiple

10/97

Soldier Boys

Sue Lockett John

10/97

From Affluence to Altruism

Ron Sider

10/97

Central Africa's Refugees: Shelter in the Storm

Bruce Brander

10/97

Can Haiti Survive?

Larry Wilson

10/97

Questions and Warnings

Robert A. Seiple

09/97

India: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Jon Warren

09/97

Five Reasons Why World Vision is Even More Effective Than You Think

Jane Sutton

09/97

Amazing Staff: In the Fields of the Lord

Shelly Ngo

09/97

Where Are They Now?: Seoul Survivor

Jane Sutton

09/97

U.S. Volunteers: Local Heroes

Laura White

09/97

On the Road to Emmaus

Robert A. Seiple

08/97

An Unconventional Woman

Bruce Brander

08/97

A Circle of Blessing

Lonni Collins Pratt

08/97

Dominican Republic: Lending a Helping Hand

Terri Owens

08/97

Siblings Inherit Home, Vulnerability, and Each Other

Robert A. Seiple

06/97

Health Issue:
President's Introduction
One Little Patient at a Time
Working to Save Children
Global Diseases: Declining Dangers, Emerging Threats
Medicine Vs. Microbes
Beyond Timbuktu: Preaching Good Health

Robert A. Seiple,
John-Thor Dahlburg, Juanita Darling, Bruce Brander, Karen Homer

06/97

Welfare Reform: How the Church Can Help

Mark Publow

06/97

A Hungry Child Knows No Politics

Robert A. Seiple

04/97

Issue on Women:
Five Barriers Facing Women in the Developing World
Virtues of a Woman
Sister, Sister
Entrepreneurs of Love: Women of Vision in Romania

Sheryl Watkins, Larry Wilson, Virginia Woodward, Shelly Ngo

03/97

God's Daughters in the Darkness

Jane Sutton

03/97

A Net of Miracles: The Incredible Journey of Cuc Le

Randy Miller

03/97

On Our Knees for the World

Laura White

03/97

Central Africa: Pain and Gain

Jane Sutton

02/97

Prayer is Social Action

John Robb and Larry Wilson

02/97

Raising Compassionate Kids in a Shopping Mall Culture

Jan Johnson

02/97

The Questions Children Ask

Robert A. Seiple

12/96

Global Binge: A Report on Alcohol Abuse Worldwide

Barbara R. Thompson

12/96

South Africa: Building a New Nation

Ann S. Hudock

12/96

Homecoming Preparations

Robert A. Seiple

11/96

Where Are They Now? A Matter of Degrees

Jane Sutton

11/96

Gentle Miracles: Cambodia's National Pediatric Hospital

Sanjay Sojwal

10/96

Beirut: Rising from the Rubble

Karen Homer

10/96

Preaching An Alternate Kingdom

Larry Wilson

10/96

The Law of Unintended Consequences

Robert A. Seiple

09/96

Sri Lanka: A Little Village with Big Problems

Nelathi Nanayakkara and Sanjay Sojwal

09/96

Mozambique: Peace Where Terror Reigned

Jane Sutton

09/96

Parenting 101

Shelly Ngo

09/96

Refined by Fire: Torrey and Kim Olsen in Mali

Holly Beth Storms

09/96

Spotlight on Sponsors: Amazing Grace

Shelly Ngo

08/96

Mexico: The Crisis Next Door

Bruce Brander

08/96

Megacities: Ready or Not

Karen Klein

08/96

By Their Roofs You Will Know Them

Robert A. Seiple

06/96

Sudan's Civil War: Silent Cries to a Deaf World

Bruce Brander

06/96

Liberia's Precarious Peace

Andrew Natsios

06/96

U.S. Foreign Aid: Small Investment, Big Impact

Tom Getman

06/96

Reclaiming the Word

Robert A. Seiple

05/96

AIDS in Uganda: Three Courageous Families

Jane Sutton

05/96

Where Are They Now? From Dauna to David

Shelly Ngo

04/96

Banking on Africa: Interview with Edward V. K. Jaycox

Staff

04/96

Will We Reap What We Sow?

Ken Sidey

04/96

Chernobyl: Ten Years After

Bill Bangham

04/96

He Lived What He Preached

Jennifer Ferrranti

03/96

Why Bosnia Lies Bleeding

Jane Sutton

03/96

A Voice From Bosnia

Shelly Ngo

03/96

Curry, Castes, and Churidars: What I Learned from a Sponsored Child

Shelly Ngo

02/96

What Black Christians Want White Christians to Know

Larry Wilson

02/96

Send the Card and Prune the Roses

Robert A. Seiple

02/96

Bosnia: Voices From a Lacerated Land

Suzanne Nelson

01/96

Child Labor: Robbing God's Cradle

Jane Sutton

01/96

Costa Rica: Land Reform Takes Root

Larry Wilson

01/96

Lighting the Way for Thailand's Blind

Steve Reynolds

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