About the World Vision Experience
The World Vision Experience provides interactive, meaningful ways for your community to get a glimpse of poverty in the developing world and engage with the needs of children and families. Since we launched our first tour in 2005, the World Vision Experience has partnered with hundreds of communities and churches across the country, including Saddleback, Willow Creek, and The Potter’s House.
In this time, we've seen the transformative effect that this type of encounter with poverty can have for those who may never have the chance to visit a developing country. Visitors come away understanding the needs of those living in poverty more deeply and empathetically, and feel empowered to make a lasting difference.
"Travel" to Kisongo, Tanzania through this immersive experience and hear the real-life story of how 13-year-old Babayetu’s community moved from poverty to hope with help from World Vision and caring supporters.
Take a journey from poverty to hope as you experience life through the eyes of two real-life children from Uganda. This film-based event can be experienced as a full church service or as part of a small group or Sunday school class.
During this engaging simulcast event on May 5, you’ll have the opportunity to see the award-winning film Journey to Jamaa and hear profound, biblically based messages from Rich Stearns, Mark Batterson, Francis Chan, and Lisa Harper as they explore what it takes to move from the mundane to the meaningful.