4 things you should consider about World Vision’s policy change

10 thoughts on “4 things you should consider about World Vision’s policy change”

  1. Since this policy change I have been confused about why World Vision kept their fidelity requirements? The Bible treats infidelity and homosexuality the same and the Apostles’ Creed address neither, so why not leave both issues up to the authority of the local church -why accept one and not the other? Why maintain any standards of employee personal conduct other than adherence to the Creed? Just a bit confused by all this and wondering if you have any insight on that from your time there?

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      1. You mean 88% of each $ donated goes directly to the children? If so, that’s wonderful. So many of the so called non profits only give pennies on the dollar to the cause, which is the reason so many people are hesitant to donate to organizations. They feel their donation will do little to help those in need, so this is good to know.

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