Please join us in praying for children around the world, advocates who stand with them, and world leaders who have the power to change policies.
Growing up, I have always been on the receiving side of international development and assistance. I was raised in a small village in western Uganda in the Kibaale district with no electricity, running water, or paved roads. Today, as a senior at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, I have a unique opportunity to reflect on … Read More
In May for the Global Week of Action, advocates from across the country sent a message to President Obama– “This year at the G7 summit, remember mothers and vulnerable children. Do not leave them off the post-2015 agenda.” This past weekend, ahead of the G7 summit, World Vision workers from eight international offices carried your … Read More
This past weekend, our team was in the ‘Windy City’ at the Justice Conference. We co-hosted the Advocacy for Global Poverty pre-conference track and were honored to not only be surrounded by thought leaders in this area, but to also have the opportunity to meet so many people with the heart, passion, and willingness to … Read More
“And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” -Micah 6:8 Alexia Salvatierra, author of Faith-Rooted Organizing from InterVarsity Press on Vimeo. “We know how to give a person a fish. We know quite a bit now about how to teach them … Read More
With the current escalation of conflict in Iraq and Syria, the July 2013 re-launching of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and the summer 2014 conflict in Gaza, eyes are once again turned toward the Middle East. In the midst of all the horrific and heartbreaking news, many people ask, where is the good? Who are the people that are seeking to follow God’s call in the midst of such chaos? Where are the peacemakers? We know that it often feels like there are more questions than answers. And so we invite you. Come and see April 14-22.