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The Art of Forgiveness


For 100 days, evil reigned in Rwanda. A seed of fear had been planted deeply within the hearts of the Rwandan people. It was an encroaching, toxic fear which eventually gave way to suspicion, divis...
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Why Hope Should be Shared at Easter


The Son of God rose victoriously from the grave, conquered death, and completed the way for salvation. It’s the reason we celebrate Easter. It’s the reason we have hope . . . a gift so great, it d...
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Rwanda | May We Never Forget


A few weeks ago, I found myself looking out over the vast countryside of Rwanda. It was hard to believe that 20 years ago, in the spring of
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A New Beginning for Victims of the Sex Trade


After an incredible time in Myanmar, our team headed to the Thai capital of Bangkok . . . Southeast Asia’s gateway city for human traffick
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Twenty Years Later, We Have Not Forgotten


Twenty years ago, the world watched in horror as one of the swiftest civil uprisings of our time left more than 800,000 Rwandans dead. The 1
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Myanmar: Shining a Light in “the Land of Shadows”


Today I am with the World Help team in one of the most isolated and forgotten countries on the planet—Myanmar. Also known as Burma, Myanma
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Write to Your Sponsored Child This Easter


Easter is right around the corner and is a time that many of us look forward to celebrating together with friends and family. In the midst o
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Water Essay | Through the Lens


We asked you to help us put a face to the World Water Crisis with photos from your own travels. The following is a collection of images that
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Educating Champions of Clean Water


Water education is just as much a part of our clean-water initiatives as the actual digging and building process. World Help believes in emp
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Water for Rwanda: A Fountain of Joy


When Rebecca Rodgers returned from her trip, something inside of her had shifted. Lavished in the warmth of Rwandan hospitality, Rebecca
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