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Our Most Powerful Weapon Against ISIS


We’ve seen the chilling images on the news for decades—national flags going up in flames and trampled underfoot while bystanders raised clenched fists defiantly in the air, crowds pouring into the...
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Responding in the Face of ISIS Terror


Only days ago, I met with Canon Andrew White, the Vicar of Baghdad, Iraq. He is one of World Help’s partners working in northern Iraq to aid refugees through the Foundation of Relief and Reconciliat...
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The Cost of Conflict | Children of War


World Help has sought to bring relief to areas of conflict for more than 20 years, from Kosovo to Uganda. War zones and conflict-filled regi
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Children of the World Launch Brand New Tour


It’s that time of year again—the first signs of autumn are making their appearances . . . the air is filled with the excitement of new b
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Crimes Against Humanity in Middle East


The situation in the Middle East grows more volatile by the day. An estimated 1 million people are now displaced within Iraq, running for
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Provide God’s Word for Refugees


Our brothers and sisters in the Middle East are facing one of the most brutal attacks on Christianity the world has ever witnessed. Thei
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How Sponsorship Affects Your Own Children


Ezra walked slowly through the isles of the store with his mother gazing upon the unending shelves of toys. But unlike most boys his age, he
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Medical Team Brings Relief to Rural Guatemala


A couple weeks ago, a World Help team set out on a groundbreaking trip . . . years in the making . . . the opportunity to bring a full team
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Why I Sponsor


I will never forget the day I was riding the bus on the rocky, rugged Guatemalan dirt roads, my first trip with World Help. I went on that t
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The Secret to Seeing Beyond Yourself


Brianna climbed into the dirt-covered suburban carrying only a child-sized backpack in her hands. As the driver began to pull away, she gaze
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