About

World Vision magazine, the flagship publication of World Vision U.S., affirms people responding to God’s call to care for the poor by providing information, inspiration, and opportunities for action, linking them with children and families in nearly 100 countries where World Vision serves.

WV magazine on press.

WV magazine on press.

The quarterly publication is mailed to more than 500,000 people in the United States, mainly child sponsors and other supporters of World Vision.

 

 

E-mail us at wvmagazine@worldvision.org

Memberships: Evangelical Press Association, Society of National Association Publications

 

RECENT AWARDS

Evangelical Press Association

  • First place, photo feature: “Drought-Ravaged Zimbabwe: Why Hope Still Reigns,” photography by Jon Warren (Spring 2008)
  • First place, single photo/controlled setting: image from “Drought-Ravaged Zimbabwe: Why Hope Still Reigns” by Jon Warren (Spring 2008)
  • Second place, general feature/long: “The Lazarus Effect” by James Addis (Autumn 2008)
  • Second place, single photo/candid: image from “A Little Child Shall Lead Them” by Jon Warren (Winter 2008)
  • Third place, reporting: “Drought-Ravaged Zimbabwe: Why Hope Still Reigns” by Kari Costanza (Spring 2008)

Society for Professional Journalists (Western Washington chapter)

  • First place, magazine columns/essays: “Voting our Values” by Rich Stearns (Summer 2008)
  • First place, magazine photography: image from “Drought-Ravaged Zimbabwe: Why Hope Still Reigns” by Jon Warren (Spring 2008)
  • Second place, magazine departments: Frontlines, compiled by James Addis
  • Third place, magazine article on social issues: “The Lazarus Effect” by James Addis (Autumn 2008)
  • Third place, magazine photography/general news: “Drought-Ravaged Zimbabwe: Why Hope Still Reigns” by Jon Warren (Spring 2008)
  • Third place, magazine photography/feature: “A Little Child Shall Lead Them” by Jon Warren (Winter 2008)
  • Third place, magazine photography/photo essay, “Drought-Ravaged Zimbabwe: Why Hope Still Reigns” by Jon Warren (Spring 2008)
  • Honorable mention, magazine, article on general news/features: “Drought-Ravaged Zimbabwe: Why Hope Still Reigns” by Kari Costanza (Spring 2008)

 Folio

  • Bronze Eddie Award, association/non-profit (circulation less than 6 times a year: Full Issue (Spring 2008)

Society for National Association Publications

ContentWise: Magnum Opus Awards

  • Gold, best use of photography/single feature: “Drought-Ravaged Zimbabwe: Why Hope Still Reigns” by Jon Warren (Spring 2008)
  • Silver, best use of photography, overall publication: Winter 2008
  • Bronze, best feature design: “Drought-Ravaged Zimbabwe: Why Hope Still Reigns,” design by Journey Group (Spring 2008)