What earns humanitarian aid workers the right to speak into the lives of others? Simple: love! Crazy love.
This #WorldHumanitarianDay, hear from our president Richard Stearns about how the example of our staff provokes the question that only the gospel can answer.
Night had fallen in Juba, South Sudan as we pulled out of World Vision’s office after a long briefing. It was risky to drive in the dark in this conflict-prone country, so we—my World Vision colleagues, The Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson, and I—hurried to get back to the hotel. Suddenly, out of nowhere, six men in camouflage fatigues surrounded the vehicle, AK-47s drawn, shouting and gesturing in a language we didn’t understand.