JOIN US AS WE CELEBRATE HOPE FOR HONDURAS ON NOV. 14!
Five membes of our local team will visit Honduras this year, where they will see firsthand how World Vision is helping communities through economic empowerment and by providing access to clean water. Bring your families and friends for an evening of stories, photos and learning together about how we can make a difference together. RSVP required as seating is limited. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at Heights Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 8600 Academy Road N.E.
WATCH OUR FALL RECEPTION featuring VINH CHUNG
Vinh Chung was just 3 years old when his family fled post-war Vietnam by boat, taking little with them and unsure if they would survive the journey. Now as nationally-recognized physician and a graduate of Harvard, his inspirational story speaks to the hopes and dreams of the next generation of refugees.
If you missed our fall reception, "Hope in the Margins," click here to watch the video.
NEW BOOK STUDY GROUPS & MOVIE VIEWINGS!
Throughout the year, we offer a variety of studies, including "Heart of the Matter: Hope in a World of Hurt." Visit our calendar to learn more.
ATTEND AN EVENT
From our documentary presentations to live speakers, Albuquerque Women of Vision has been committed to bringing you both information and opportunity.
Click here to watch filmmaker Allison Shigo's words of hope to our chapter at our recent event, "An Hour of Hope for Healing."
BLOG: Here I Raise My Ebenezer
"This beautiful woman sat in front of us with tears in her eyes. Gloria had risked death. She risked rape. She risked it all. And for her, it was worth it because in America, she thought, there was at least the possibility of hope."
In February 2013, some members of our chapter learned about the poverty and surrounding issues of a migrant farmer community in Florida. They also got to see the good work that WOV sisters in Naples are doing to bless women and children in the area. One chapter member had the opportunity to write about the experience for the Women of Vision website. Read more from "Immokalee: Here I raise my Ebenezer" by clicking here.
VIDEO: Strong Women, Strong World
Women of Vision's Albuquerque chapter is proud to support World Vision's Strong Women, Strong World initiative. This work supports sustainable change in some of the most difficult places in the world to be a girl or a woman. We are strengthening women and girls to build a better world for children. Want to learn more? Click here.Women of Vision's Albuquerque chapter is proud to support World Vision's Strong Women, Strong World initiative. This work supports sustainable change in some of the most difficult places in the world to be a girl or a woman. We are strengthening women and girls to build a better world for children. Want to learn more? Click here.