This year, we say “Thank God for Women” not only with our words but with our commitment to create a better world for women—a world where every woman and girl has the dignity, opportunity and security she deserves.
It's not a Moment. It's a Movement.
Where is World Relief's women's empowerment programming? It's everywhere.
How We Can Make Room for Women
In January, World Relief co-hosted a consultation on “Development, Gender, and Christianity” with Wheaton College and the Imago Dei Fund.
Refugees don't drain America's economy. They revitalize it
In his recent Op-Ed for The Los Angeles Times, World Relief CEO Tim Breene says, "refugees are an economic boon for any country that accepts them."
Will America Stand Again With the World’s Refugees?
In his New York Times Op-Ed, World Relief's Matthew Soerens reflects on the one year anniversary of the refugee travel ban.
Enough is Enough
Writing in 1921 after the first World War, English poet WB Yeats wrote a poem entitled “The Second Coming,“ in which he wrote:
“Things fall apart, the center cannot hold . . .
Love Never Fails
In our final "Love In Action" post, World Relief President Scott Arbeiter shares why we can believe the promise that "love never fails."
1 Corinthians 13 (Love in Action)
"Love is patient. Love is kind. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth." Watch our new short film.
17 Moments We Saw Love in Action in 2017
A celebration of the good we saw in each other—and in you—this year.