World Vision Artist

World Vision Artist AssociateI realized that I haven’t really taken the time in this blog to go into much detail about our work with World Vision.  I’ve been a World Vision Artist Associate since 1998.  When we tour, perform, and lead worship, we take time to talk about the needs of kids in our world who are vulnerable to extreme poverty and HIV/AIDS.  At our shows, or in services, we give our audience a chance to be part of the solution in reaching out to the widow and the orphan by supporting World Vision through Child Sponsorship.

God has been so gracious, and we’ve seen 2,500 kids sponsored over all these years!!!

Traveling with World Vision, I’ve been to Africa twice (Pam came along on one trip), and to Central America.  Witnessing the poverty in our world has changed us completely.  There are 13 Million orphans in Africa alone, because of HIV/AIDS.  The need is huge….but HOPE is bigger.

It’s also important for me to share that we aren’t out talking about World Vision to do an advertisement or plug an organization.  We are fans of World Vision because of how they approach their work, and the way they serve people in need.  We’ve seen first hand the impact child sponsorship can make, and how loving on kids through sponsorship helps them realize and actually believe they are valuable.  Most importantly, World Vision does this to share the love of Jesus with people all over our world.

Sponsoring a child, you will be making a real difference in the lives of real people.  If you have any questions about how this works, send me an email and I would be happy to talk with you.  If you are an artist and would like to represent World Vision in your shows, let me know and I’ll connect you with the Artist Associate office.

Please take time to CLICK HERE and consider sponsoring a child today!  Your generosity will change that child, and change you!!!

God Bless –

Andy
andyallen@andyallen.com

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