Recent Posts By John Iwasaki

Going forward in life

Going forward in life | World Vision Blog

Teens from Seattle-area youth groups pack Family Food Kits during a day of community service. (Photo: Chris Huber/World Vision)

Third-grader Takiyah says that school supplies will help students “go forward in life, to get further in life.”

This holiday weekend, see how our U.S. Programs food kits help feed hungry families and how our partnership with Yoobi helps children succeed in school!

Day 10: Peace like a river

Day 10: Peace like a river | World Vision Blog

When last winter arrived, the water pipes in Teena's home in West Virginia burst, leaving her and her family without water or the means to fix them … for eight months.

This fall, missions teams through World Vision's U.S. Programs came and fixed her water system, bringing peace, a river of water, shouts of joy from her sons, and tears of joy from Teena!

This is their story.

Freedom from hunger

Freedom from hunger | World Vision Blog

Calden, 3, holds a Family Food Kit from World Vision after Hurricane Isaac. (Photo: 2012 Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

As we celebrate our nation's freedom tomorrow, many hardworking Americans remain bound by hunger – including almost 16 million children.

Today, World Vision writer John Iwasaki describes how our U.S. Programs are working to help bring freedom from hunger to families across our nation.