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October 2015 World Help Blogger Resources



Join the Rescue

Rescue, rehabilitation, and restored hope for impoverished children worldwide . . .


World Help Bloggers did an incredible job speaking up for refugees, migrants, and victimized Christians this past September. The crisis remains critical, but we want to encourage you: Your involvement is making a difference for families who have lost all hope. More individuals are being introduced to World Help refugee relief programs every day and are choosing to say “Enough.”

As the stories of loss and devastation pour in, World Help gives thanks for advocates like you who have committed to being hands and feet of Jesus. Thank you for being the bridge between our brothers and sisters in the West and the Middle East. Thank you for investing in something that will outlive you and last for eternity.

This month, the theme of our advocacy is RESCUE. We’ll be highlighting World Help’s Baby Rescue program, an initiative that provides malnourished and deathly ill children in impoverished countries with holistic rehabilitation. Will you take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the program?

Baby Rescue is near and dear to our hearts here at World Help. Witnessing the miraculous transformation of children around the world through Rescue is incredible. And this month, we want to give you an inside perspective!

On October 19, a team from this blogging community will travel to Guatemala to see babies rescued firsthand. Our team will share daily updates with you in our Facebook group so that you can follow along and have an intimate window into the difference you’re making.

As you meet the precious children behind Rescue, we pray it helps bring your advocacy to life! Stay tuned for more news in our Facebook community.

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We are nearing the finish line of our 12-month study of what it means to be a Christian humanitarian blogger. It’s been a blessing to draw from the rich insights of Noel Yeatts’ book Awake, and we pray the remainder of our study continues to inspire you.

In chapter 10, Noel shares the Message version of Amos 5:23-24. It is refreshingly pointed and relevant to our ongoing discussion of gospel-driven humanitarianism:

“I can’t stand your religious meetings. I’m fed up with your conferences and conventions. I want nothing to do with your religion projects, your pretentious slogans and goals. I’m sick of your fund-raising schemes, your public relations and image making. I’ve had all I can take of your noisy ego-music. When was the last time you sang to me? Do you know what I want? I want justice—oceans of it. I want fairness—rivers of it. That’s what I want. That’s all I want.”

True Christian humanitarianism breaks through the noise and emotionalism to pursue the main thing—God’s love for people. He desires justice and fairness. World Help Bloggers, may we stay tuned to the heart of God foremost in our efforts to bring change. May our efforts be an outward expression of worship to Him alone.



Campaign links, links to stories, access to campaign media, downloadable banners, a Facebook timeline photo, and photo packs for you to use throughout the month as you blog.

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Photos are a great way to communicate the need. We have collected photos for you to download and use during the month in your blogs and on social media.

Download Photo Pack


Instagram Photo Pack


Facebook Cover Image

Right click on the image below and choose “Save Image As” to upload and use as your timeline cover image on Facebook.


 Web Banners

Add these banners and button image to your blog this month.

Use the embed code (click inside the box next to each banner/button and use CTRL-C (CMD-C for Mac users) to copy the code. Then paste this code into your website) or download the image pack below.

Download Web Banners

[wh_embed] <a href=><img src= width=728 height=90 /></a> [/wh_embed]

Join-the-Rescue_Wide-Ad_300x250 [wh_embed] <a href=><img src= width=300 height=250 /></a> [/wh_embed]

Join-the-Rescue_Skyscraper_160x600 [wh_embed] <a href=><img src= width=160 height=600/></a> [/wh_embed]


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