2018 Semiannual Report - Christian Discipleship

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 15, 2018 9:50:08 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Resources, Reports, 2018 Semiannual Reports, Christian Discipleship

fy18_Semi_CDProgress Report: Fiscal Year 2018 (October 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018)

Although each of our project countries is very different, the theme we hear from our field offices is the same—the Christian Discipleship Signature Initiative is encouraging the voices of children to become stronger in their faith and more confident in their identity in Christ.

1,099,050 people benefited from ministry activities since October 2015, including 451,765 during the first half of FY18. This includes parents/caregivers, children, and community members benefiting directly and indirectly.

 

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From Exclusion to Embrace: Bible Studies in Interfaith Engagement

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 24, 2018 9:10:24 AM / by Dr. Chawkat Moucarry posted in Resources, Christian Discipleship

bible_studiesIn this series of studies, Dr. Moucarry, World Vision’s Director of Interfaith Relations, provides guidance on what the Bible says about relating to those from different religious, cultural, socioeconomic, and other backgrounds.

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Breaking the Chains of Poverty with Empowered Worldview

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 24, 2018 9:04:27 AM / by Kelley Lynch posted in Resources, Economic Empowerment, Christian Discipleship

empowered_worldviewFirst-person stories from small business owners, farmers, and faith leaders in three African countries demonstrate the ways faith and biblical training can transform core beliefs to break cycles of poverty.

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Christian Discipleship Signature Initiative Overview

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 16, 2018 8:54:34 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Resources, Christian Discipleship

Christian DiscipleshipIn too many impoverished communities, cultural norms in parenting aren’t built around the transformative love of Christ, and churches don’t focus on kids—or aren’t equipped to teach them in ways they can understand. World Vision has been working with parents and churches for decades—providing training, resources, and support that help children learn and grow in their relationship with Jesus.

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2017 Annual Report - Christian Discipleship

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 28, 2018 8:43:32 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Resources, Reports, 2017 Annual Reports, Christian Discipleship

Christian Discipleship ReportThe Spirit of God is moving, bringing new life into local church ministries. Thank you for partnering in this work that God has entrusted to us. 420,128 people benefited from ministry activities in fiscal year 2017. Your partnership with World Vision makes this all possible. Thank you for your commitment to sharing the gospel throughout the world.


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2016 Annual Report - Christian Discipleship

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 1, 2017 10:21:10 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Resources, Reports, Perspective 2017, 2016 Annual Reports, Christian Discipleship

Christian DiscipleshipProgress Report: Fiscal Year 2016 (October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016)

We are excited to announce the launch of three new Christian Discipleship projects in fiscal year 2017. These include the Philippines, Central America (El Salvador and Honduras), and Ethiopia.

We are humbled and grateful for your faithful commitment to helping local churches in their ministry and ensuring that children and youth have abundant opportunities to learn about and experience God’s love. Without your prayers and support, none of this would be possible. Thank you.

 

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Evaluation Report for the Church Partnership for Child Well-Being

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 28, 2016 10:17:27 PM / by World Vision Staff posted in Uganda, Christian Discipleship, Resources


cpcwb.jpgThe Church Partnership for Child Well-being (CPCWB) project is a five-year intervention that commenced in October 2010. The project is funded by World Vision U.S.

The project’s overall purpose is to support churches to focus on the well-being of children and engage in community development and spiritual nurture of children. The project is the first of its kind within the World Vision international partnership.

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Practicing Faith: Engaging faith leaders for better maternal health

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 25, 2016 10:37:19 AM / by World Vision Staff posted in Ethiopia, Christian Discipleship, Health, Resources


practicing_faith.jpgFaith leaders have the power to spur far-reaching changes in people’s attitudes and behavior. And those changes can bring extraordinary improvements in health and well-being. In Ethiopia, World Vision examined the role of faith leaders in improving the lives and health of women and children through the lens of four stories: Tsehay, who was suffering from fistula; Asmare, who is promoting safe births; Aberra and Shitaye, who are reducing religious barriers to family planning; and Ali, who is empowering women and girls.

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