During the call, we highlighted advocacy successes and challenges from the past two years and offered a sneak peek at what’s ahead for 2019!
Let’s show compassion as we pray for these families on the move – all of whom are children of God, many of whom are brothers and sisters in Christ.
We are especially concerned about the refugee children, who have already seen far too much violence and bloodshed. These children need special protection.
What will Congress look like after the elections? And what will that mean for policies that affect children living in poverty here and around the world?
As we continue to hear news reports about the plights of children on the move, let’s educate ourselves on the facts and pray for their safety and wellbeing.
Lucy hopes her experience will inspire more young people (as well as other World Vision sponsors like her) to use their voices for positive change!
In Honduras, World Vision’s tech training lab aims to provide positive alternatives to local hardships like poverty, gang violence, and drugs.
Most of us start advocacy with little experience. But it’s easier than you think! And our volunteers have access to these great resources.
This program in Uganda is inspiring young women: “You have to be empowered, to speak for yourself, for no one will speak for you unless you rise up.”
“Her staff knows where I stand and what I’m there to talk about when I arrive for meetings. And I know the issues that the staff and the office is facing.”
We are so grateful for all World Vision advocates this month, whether you wrote a letter, took an online action, took a meeting, or even just read an email.
World Vision advocates emailed, called, and even met with their members of Congress about fighting hunger via this bill. Thank you for your hard work!