We, World Vision Advocates, invite you to consider joining us in something that has allowed us to live more fully into our calling and faith. We are on mission with God to help bring light and hope to our global neighbors.

We find purpose. We find meaning. All in the midst of community.
Consider joining us.

"Let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream!"
Amos 5:24 (NIV)

Join us for the
World Vision Advocate Inviting Team Call

Over the course of an hour, we'll talk through what it means to be in our community and why we're called to this important ministry! Here's an outline of our agenda:

  • Welcome
  • The Advocate’s Prayer
  • Introduction to Biblical Advocacy
  • What to expect as a World Vision Advocate
  • Hear from others about their experience
  • Q & A

Registration is required to join one of two call options!
Head to the links below to sign up:

Tuesday, November 1st, 5pm PT/8pm ET


Saturday, November 5th, 8:30am PT/11:30am ET


What makes World Vision Advocates unique?

The exodus of God’s people from Egypt is the first example of advocacy in Scripture, and it guides our approach to advocacy today (see below, from Exodus 3 and 4). All spiritual gifts and skill sets can contribute to the work of advocacy, and God’s power can move our leaders to action. Trusting in this power, we give prayer an integral place in our advocacy efforts. Additionally, as 88% of current U.S. members of Congress publicly claim faith in Christ, we believe U.S. Christians have a particularly unique role to play in influencing them, and we equip advocates to employ their faith as they engage with elected officials.
We advocate with authority and confidence, using evidence rooted in our relationships with the poor at the community level. Our efforts are intended to amplify the voices of the unheard, and whenever possible, we let the poor speak for themselves — just as God declared in Isaiah that the poor would play the primary role in the restoration of their communities. Believing that our advocacy is on behalf of real lives rather than abstract issues, and that those lives have great worth and value to God, we lift up the stories of those in poverty. We trust that these stories will move our leaders to make decisions with compassion.
  • Proverbs 14:31
  • Isaiah 61:1, 3-4
Understanding that most elected officials enter office with good intentions and a sincere desire to effect positive change, we seek to cast a vision for a better world. Leaders need the courage to fulfill their role as God intended — to be servants for the well-being of everyone, including the poor. When leaders fail to fulfill this God-ordained role, we seek to speak truth prophetically and to hold leaders accountable to act justly in serving this common good.
  • Romans 13:4
  • Psalm 72:1-4,12-14

Ready to become a World Vision Advocate?

Our community is made up of ordinary people who desire to follow God’s call to seek justice. We stand up and speak up for the poor, the afflicted, the oppressed, and the marginalized. How? By building ongoing relationships with members of Congress — advocating for legislation and issues that affect children around the world. Our advocates do this through email, phone calls, and meeting in-person with their representatives! Fill out the form below to get started: