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God’s Plan to Change the World


Next month, I’m turning 67. And more than ever, I want to make an eternal difference with the remaining years of my life. When diagnosed with cancer at the age of 38, I thought my life was litera...
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Relationships: The Fabric of Transformation


Robert Kay was only a teenager when he first set his sights on Everest. There was a thirst for adventure rooted deeply in his heart, and no ordinary mountain was going to suffice. As the years of d...
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Does international child sponsorship really work?


As I waited for my turn in the school pick-up lane, I could see the excitement in her eyes and the smile on her face. Excitement spill
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Uniting Lives Through Sponsorship


World Help is privileged to partner with inspiring sponsors and supporters from near and far, young and old, with different backgrounds and
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Why Should We View Children as Valuable?


Have you ever really contemplated the significance of a child? How about the significance of each life that is given . . . each boy and gi...
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From the Field: When the Odds Are Against Us


Our team has stayed extremely busy these past few days in Guatemala. This week alone, 15 children were rescued from surrounding mountain
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From the Field: Our Neighbors Are Hurting


For me, stepping off the plane in Guatemala is almost like coming home. I travel here several times a year because of the sheer number of
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Saying “Never Again” to Genocide


After the Holocaust, the entire world was in a state of utter shock. Six million Jews . . . corralled together from across the nations an
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Start With the One


I sat in the corner of my dark basement every night on my very big computer and typed their names … Balakishan, Mamta, Marina, Anna. I wro
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Persecution Rises in Iran


Our brothers and sisters in Iran—church planters, mothers with young children, teenage converts from Islam—are undergoing more persec
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