There’s something in every woman that objects to injustice. But when she sees it happening to the most vulnerable, there’s an innate quality in her that rises against it even more fervently. World Vision’s Women of Vision is a movement of women intolerant of injustice. With a heart to see justice restored to the afflicted … Continue reading »
After multiple surgeries, Aesha’s nose is almost complete. But the process of building her life will take much longer. Continue reading »
Women of Vision are invited to join Beth Yeager and the women of Orange County on a trip of a lifetime to Kenya! We will visit St. Elizabeth’s school with Margo Day, travel to Matete and visit the slums of Soweto. You will see World Vision’s work in some of the most difficult places to be a … Continue reading »
This month our country of focus is Rwanda, where World Vision’s Strong Women, Strong World initiative is assisting women, particularly those impacted by conflict, AIDs and HIV, with vocational and business training. The following story was contributed by Kari Costanza. World Vision sponsorship changes lives as children are provided with educational opportunities, better health and … Continue reading »
This week we celebrated Mother’s Day in our home. We celebrated my grandmother, my mom, and also me. It feels strange to be a mother. This is only my second Mother’s Day ever, having given birth to my son Ryan last February. The first Mother’s Day was a blur of diapers and sleeplessness. My mom … Continue reading »
Last month, Women of Vision Director Cindy Breilh traveled to Chicago to share about World Vision’s work focused on women and girls, specifically through the Strong Women, Strong World initiative. She shared the story of Melka, a young girl in Ethiopia who was forced into marriage at the age of 14. Today, at 20, Melka … Continue reading »
The Democratic Republic of Congo is the world’s worst place to become a mother, according to the State of the World’s Mothers 2013, an annual report from Save the Children ranking the best and worst places to be a mother. This year’s report focuses on “Surviving the First Day”.
Women of Vision is partnering with L.A. Chandlar for the release of her new book and campaign, Fight to Keep Creativity Alive. Join us in this innovative movement and 50% of your purchase from April 18 through July 15 will support World Vision’s Strong Women, Strong World initiative!
This month our country of focus is Rwanda, where World Vision’s Strong Women, Strong World initiative is assisting women, particularly those impacted by conflict, AIDs and HIV, with vocational and business training. The following story was contributed by Charles Rwomushana. Meet Elina. Elina is a 34 year old mother of 3 children who lives 30 … Continue reading »
Once again we are pleased to share a special post from Jill Hansen in the WOV Colorado chapter. A poet, Jill recently wrote “Water for Africa”, a poem which parallels bringing water to a thirsty community to bringing Christ to those who are spiritually thirsty. Jill describes how the poem came to her and how she will use … Continue reading »