There are 1.9 billion children in the world, 400 million of which live in extreme poverty. With so many suffering the consequences of war, displacement, and circumstances outside of their control, how can we inject life, hope and promise for a future they can hardly imagine? Rich Stearns, President of World Vision,
Roughly 12 million Syrians - half the country’s population – are displaced as refugees because of the unrest in the Middle East. The ones who suffer the most are often children. How do you imagine life in a new way under these circumstances? Khalil Sleiman is a refugee survivor who knows
I came home from Iraq feeling ashamed. For more than two decades, I have traveled to 35 countries to report stories for World Vision. I have met the best people on earth, from Obed Byamugisha, who each day puts his life on the line to fight child sacrifice in Uganda, to
We had the chance to sit down with Rich Stearns, President of World Vision USA. He explains why children are the catalyst for hope in the world, how Churches can support those in need and what it means to advocate for the most vulnerable.