Photo Essays

It's been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. And it's true. Sometimes words just aren't enough to convey the incredible stories of children in poverty and those who fight on their behalf.

Photo Essays

It's been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. And it's true. Sometimes words just aren't enough to convey the incredible stories of children in poverty and those who fight on their behalf.

See for yourself.

Compassion: It's Not Just an Adult Thing

Children have a unique perspective on poverty. Experience Guatemala through the eyes of Blaine Eldredge, 14-year-old son of bestselling author John Eldredge.

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Harriet Mutumba: Child Advocate

Although Harriet Mutumba had every reason to fail, God had other plans for her future: a law degree and a life speaking up for other children in poverty. View photos of her life and listen to Harriet describe her amazing journey.

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From Sponsored Child to Child Advocate

See how God raised up Pascal Nzabonimpa, a formerly sponsored child, from the horrors of the Rwandan genocide to become a passionate advocate for other children in poverty.

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Child Advocate Wess Stafford's Life Journey

View photos of child advocate Wess Stafford's incredible life journey and how God used his childhood in rural West Africa to instill in him a passion for the plight of children in poverty.

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What Does Poverty Look Like?

In the midst of fighting poverty, we have discovered a surprising side to this ugly problem: genuine and unconditional joy. View a slide show of those who have found this "pearl of poverty."

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