Since becoming CEO of World Vision, I have learned that the size and scale of conflict in the world right now is immense all around the world; in Syria, in the Congo, in Myanmar, in South Sudan. Meanwhile the chasm between the world’s most vulnerable and the most privileged is...
Labelled as one of the world’s most persecuted minorities, the Rohingya people are not even recognised by their own government as one of Myanmar’s 135 ethnic groups. Denied citizenship since 1982, they are trapped, unable to leave Rakhine state without government permission.
As Christians, God calls us to have a voice. How do we find ours when the world seems so hopeless? Lucy offers us a way forward based on her own deep searching, as she processes the latest horrific news out of Syria.
Over the past week, a single image of a drowned child went viral. Aylan Kurdi who, along with his mother and brother, drowned after attempting to reach Europe to escape persecution is one of almost 60 million people displaced by conflict, persecution and war.