Recent Posts By Debbie Macomber

Be a blessing

Be a blessing | World Vision Blog

Photo: ©Debbie Macomber

When bestselling author Debbie Macomber sits down to write a mission statement, you might think she would focus on writing or selling books.

But instead, her mission was inspired by God's covenant with Abraham—"I will make you a blessing"!

Read how she's been led to bless others.

Knit one, bless two

Knit one, bless two | World Vision Blog

Author Debbie Macomber is the spokesperson for World Vision's Knit for Kids program. (Photo: Debbie Macomber)

When you look around our world and see children cold and suffering in poverty, do you wonder, "What can I do?"

Author Debbie Macomber does. See how she's bringing knitters together to make a tangible difference to help keep children warm!

A season of gratitude and giving

A season of gratitude and giving | World Vision Blog

The Macomber family meets with an HIV support group in Kenya and gives Knit for Kids sweaters to distribute within the community. (Photo: 2014 Lindsey Minerva/World Vision)

A holiday message from author Debbie Macomber: see the top five Macomber family traditions that help make sure that Christ is the focal point of their Christmas!

What are your Christmas family traditions?

Dreams from Kenya

Dreams from Kenya | World Vision Blog

Debbie Macomber and her daughter Adele in Chicago with Lillian from Kenya. (Photo: Jon Warren/World Vision)

Expected to marry at 12, Lillian in Kenya ran away and found hope through World Vision.

Bestselling author Debbie Macomber met Lillian and heard her story "of amazing bravery and tenacity."

Lillian has now graduated high school! Read her inspiring story.

A not-so-simple cup of tea

A not-so-simple cup of tea | World Vision Blog

Author Debbie Macomber visiting Veronica and her family at their home in Kenya. (Photo: 2014 Lindsey Minerva/World Vision)

While traveling with World Vision in Kenya last summer, bestselling author Debbie Macomber met Veronica, a mother of 7, who served her a simple cup of tea.

Behind that cup of tea was a long and difficult journey because getting something as simple as the water for the tea was challenging.

See the difference that clean water makes through Debbie's eyes.

Knit For Kids with Debbie Macomber

Knit For Kids with Debbie Macomber | World Vision Blog

Grace holds her baby, Cherapa, in a Knit For Kids blanket outside of Namaran clinic, which World Vision supports in Kenya. (Photo: 2014 Lindsey Minerva/World Vision)

Last summer, #1 bestselling author Debbie Macomber traveled to Kenya as the spokesperson for World Vision's Knit For Kids program to help hand out hand-knitted gifts of love!

For Debbie, knitting is more than an amazing way to help children around the world … it's also personal. Read her story!