Children of the World | A Brand New Tour

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Children of the World | A 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 beginnings . . . and we are thrilled to announce that Children of the World have officially kicked off their 2014-2015 Rescue Tour!

Children of the World 2014-15

The children have arrived from Nepal, Uganda, the Philippines—and for the first time ever— from Honduras to advocate for the needs of impoverished children around the world. They are glowing with enthusiasm and anticipation to share their incredible program of song and dance with you!

Children of the World will be making appearances all across the country, so make sure to check out our online schedule to find the concert nearest you. If you don’t see a concert in your area, head over to our online registration form and invite the choir to visit your home church!

You don’t have to miss a thing from the choir’s exciting journey this year—follow us on Facebook to see photos of their tour across the U.S. and to stay updated on the latest.

World Help's Children of the World

We cannot thank you enough for your passionate support of Children of the World.  Please continue to pray for the children as they acclimate to life in the U.S., for safe travels on the road, and for a year filled with wonderful experiences they’ll never forget.

We can’t wait to see you on tour!


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