Thanks to everyone who joined our summit last week on March 5! If you missed the event, here’s a quick recap of what you missed.
As Christians, how should we respond to negative political ads? How do we engage in the election while putting our faith first? We’ve got a few tips.
God uses people of all ages! If you and your children are looking for age-appropriate advocacy, here are 5 ways kids can advocate for justice!
I’ve seen a lot in my 37 years with World Vision. But being a part of World Vision’s advocacy work is one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever done.
Lisa uses her personal experiences from D.C. to encourage Christians that we CAN find God in Congress, and Congress needs us to show them God’s love!
Civility in the election is more than just being polite. Christians are called to love others as Christ does, and that changes how we engage politically.
I’m known as someone who’s dependable in a crisis. But in a situation where I have no control, how can I still answer Jesus’ call to show compassion?
Advocacy helps people of faith fulfill God’s call to seek justice. Motivated by God’s love, we advocate against injustice so people can experience life in all its fullness.
Fragility refers to more than poverty or violence. It refers to a country’s ability to deal with strains, and fragility factors are often compounded.
I was terrified to call my representative. But God calls us to speak up for justice, and there came a time when I knew I had to call. Here’s what happened.