One woman creates a ripple in bringing clean water to impoverished communities

by Kristy J. O'Hara on February 3, 2017
Johgina Densmore has completed three 6K walks with World Vision to raise money for clean water for children in Africa. She hopes to double her 150-person team from last year in this year’s event on May 6. (©2016 photo courtesy Johgina Densmore) As Johgina Densmore walked along Lake Michigan on a bitter November day in 2014, 20-mph winds pelted...
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8 Ways hosting a Global 6K will help your church

8 Ways hosting a Global 6K will help your church

by Kurt Rahn, World Vision Church Resource Team on February 1, 2017
The Global 6K for Water is a global movement on May 6th, where hundreds of churches around the world will be hosting tens of thousands of runners and walkers at their church to walk an average...
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World Vision's 6k for Water could be the best outreach tool you use this year

World Vision's 6k for Water could be the best outreach tool you use this year

by Ashley Colquitt, World Vision on January 27, 2017
When Elyse Cartmell of San Ramon Presbyterian Church got her church to host the Global 6K for Water, it became the church’s biggest outreach tool to date. Elyse launched the Global 6K at the...
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How partnerships can impact your church

How partnerships can impact your church

by Kristy J. O’Hara, World Vision on January 27, 2017
Pastor Bob Merritt talking with congregants at Eagle Brook Church (Photo: ©2013 World Vision/photo by Andrea Peer) There’s a well-known Scripture passage that often gets read at weddings as...
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3 ways to make greater impact in missions through your small groups

3 ways to make greater impact in missions through your small groups

by Kurt Rahn, Church Resource Team on January 19, 2017
Small groups can be one of the most effective tools for churches to make more engaged disciples. They are a way for people to get more involved in your church. They provide a valuable opportunity...
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5 questions your church should ask when picking a missions partner

5 questions your church should ask when picking a missions partner

by Kurt Rahn, World Vision Church Resource Team on January 18, 2017
Working with a partner is one of the best choices you can make for long-lasting impact on those in need and for engaging your church. But picking a partner can be a real challenge. There's a lot...
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How your church can show calm in a crazy world

How your church can show calm in a crazy world

by Kurt Rahn, Church Resource Team on January 17, 2017
I'm not sure if you've noticed or not, but the world seems a bit crazy right now… And every day it just seems to get worse. People in your congregation and in your community are experiencing...
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A personal act of love

A personal act of love

by SARAH KRUSHINSKI on January 6, 2017
The Krushinski family in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, with letters they’ve received from their sponsored child in Kenya. (Photo: Jim Mendenhall/Gensis Photos)Charitable giving has always been a...
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Forced to flee: The top 5 countries refugees are coming from

Forced to flee: The top 5 countries refugees are coming from

by Chris Huber, World Vision on December 22, 2016
  Eleven-year-old Udai was 6 when the war in Syria began. His little sister, Rana, was 2. They hardly know life before the violence, chaos, and strife. Their family of eight remained in their...
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Pray for the people of Aleppo, Syria

Pray for the people of Aleppo, Syria

by Denise C. Koenig, World Vision on December 16, 2016
Residents stand among the destruction in Aleppo. (©2016 photo courtesy of Hand in Hand for Syria) A mass evacuation recommenced Dec. 15 out of the once rebel-held eastern Aleppo, Syria’s...
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Q&A: Brian Fikkert, author of 'When Helping Hurts'

Q&A: Brian Fikkert, author of 'When Helping Hurts'

by Chris Huber, World Vision Magazine on December 12, 2016
Years ago, Brian Fikkert went to Uganda to serve a church community, but he suspects he may have hurt them more than he helped.  “The image that stays in my mind is the face of the pastor,” Brian...
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Syrian Refugee Crisis: What Church Leaders Need to Know

Syrian Refugee Crisis: What Church Leaders Need to Know

by Church Resource Team on December 12, 2016
A mass evacuation plan out of the once rebel-held eastern Aleppo, Syria’s second-largest city, recommenced Dec. 15. As many as 100,000 residents began fleeing the city in the cold rain Dec. 13...
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Saved from early marriage by a goat

Saved from early marriage by a goat

by Laura Reinhardt, World Vision on December 8, 2016
Evelyn holds one of Modester's baby goats. Nine-year-old Evelyn is Modester’s cousin – she wants to be a teacher.  Newly married, Saviour Dene had a big problem. Her new husband would not accept...
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Scott Sauls: What it means to befriend others

Scott Sauls: What it means to befriend others

by Church Resource Team on November 30, 2016
World Vision VP Steve Haas sat down with Scott Sauls, author of Befriend, and Senior Pastor at Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville, TN to talk about what it means to sustain relationships and...
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Rich Stearns: Somebody Else's Kids

Rich Stearns: Somebody Else's Kids

by Church Resource Team on November 28, 2016
World Vision President Rich Stearns visited Westwood Community Church in Minnesota to talk about "other people's kids." Watch his talk below.  
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