“I am a young leader and I dream of a world without violence, based on peace and respect.” These youth advocates are speaking up to help encourage change.
You have the power to refocus the conversation toward the things that genuinely matter — issues that will be affected by decisions in the next two to four years.
August was a big month for World Vision Advocacy, and our team wanted to take a minute to recognize all of the amazing work being done across the country.
Over the last few months, 7,699 women have gotten training in skills like paper box making, mat making/marketing, pickle making, and hand embroidery.
The Farm Bill is vital for international food security and the work that World Vision does around the world — and it expires Sept. 30.
We need to make sure candidates understand the value of foreign assistance. Let’s get their attention by submitting letters to our local papers!
With this community, I feel like God is saying to me, “I called you and I’m equipping you with everything you need to know.”
The June issue profiled organizations like World Vision working on the frontlines to help people survive in some of the planet’s harshest conditions.
“As I depart my role as World Vision U.S. president, let me encourage you with this: Even when we don’t see results, God is still working through us.”
When lives are on the line, every day counts — and now, life-saving programs can start or continue without interruption. THANK YOU for using your voice.
You’ll join a supportive community of Christ-followers who see advocacy as a ministry, a reflection of God’s commitment to redeeming our world.
The Administration is trying a new tactic to specifically target the life-saving work being done by the State Department and USAID.