The body of Christ amazes me. I’m in awe of how God orchestrates such wonderfully diverse members who are each bestowed with unique gifts into one unified group—all “by one and the same Spirit” (1 Cor 12:11). When I was younger I was blessed with the opportunity to go on many short-term mission trips to places like Mexico, Romania, and Tunisia. But more than 10 years passed before I had the Read Post
Listen to our passionate leaders explain how we reach the children who suffer the most, equip them to achieve their full potential, and transform them and their communities to break the cycle of poverty.
Our trip to Nepal in June is one I will not forget. We were planning on visiting a few of the villages where VisionTrust had begun working immediately after the first waves of the earthquake hit. Little did we know that after the first earthquake many more would come to destroy weakened homes and structures, and God would use us to reach people in this nation with the good news Read Post
Here is a celebratory video from the Summer 2015 issue of Transformed, “Perfectly Pieced Together.” The story tells about bringing clean water to a unique school in the Dominican Republic with the help of a VisionTrust donor and Rotary International. In the video, one of the students from the school presents the new water system, while thanking those who made it happen. Make sure to look for the story in Read Post
It’s our birthday—thanks for celebrating with us! We give God the glory for all that has been accomplished over the past 18 years. We thank everyone who has been a part of VisionTrust to bring hope to 16,000+ of the world’s neediest children.” -Matthew Storer, President & CEO
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Usually blogs like this include some subtle undertones about how cool you’ll be if you join “A Day Without…” Maybe something like this (an everyday hipster chillin’ in some shrubbery). There would be clever slogans like, “Let’s go without so children in Liberia don’t have to go without food” or “Join us because $5 not only empowers a child, but because it empowers you too.” There might even be a picture of an Read Post
My name is Lauren Harvey and I am a senior at Taylor University majoring in Corporate Communications with a minor in Public Relations. I am blessed with a wonderful family and love coffee and coffee mugs, reading classic novels, listening to Taylor Swift, and knitting infinity scarves. I am passionate about serving and loving people and seeing the redemption of the Lord in the broken places of community. In March Read Post