|She's the man!|
World Vision is an Evangelical Christian organization with a mission that includes “serving as a witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ.” Perhaps the best known program of World Vision is their child sponsorships.
World Vision explicitly states on their website that they “do not proselytize or work with those who insist on proselytism. Proselytism takes place whenever assistance is offered on condition that people must listen or respond to a message or as an inducement to leave one and join another part of the Christian church.” The organization ascribes to Red Cross standards prohibiting conversion activities. But consider the next paragraph from their website:
“At the same time, World Vision shares the Church’s commitment to disciple followers of Jesus Christ who bear witness to the Gospel by life, deed, word and sign, with the goal of encouraging people to respond to the Gospel. We do this through the life of service that we lead, the deeds of Christian love we perform, the words that we share about our faith and the signs of prayers answered as we visibly and concretely improve the lives of others.”
|We're told Meghan has worked very hard to improve the lives of others, deciding that modelling, instead of Politics, was the route to take!|
Make no mistake. In evangelical circles, the word “witness” is code for seeking converts. If it’s just the competent, compassionate aid, that you care about, then you’re likely better off sending your money to an organization further down the list like Doctors without Borders or the Red Cross. Valerie Tarico - Huffington Post
Consider the below article as a worrying hint to what these organisations are really doing behind the scenes...
|Allegedly a front operation for moving money to places it's not supposed to under the guise of being 'humanitarian'!|
In August 2016, Israel accused World Vision’s Gaza head, Mohammad El Halabi, of siphoning off millions of dollars a year to the Islamist group that rules the Palestinian enclave – claims the NGO said it had seen no evidence for.
Australia had given millions of dollars to the charity’s work in the Palestinian territories in previous years and immediately suspended its funding for their Gaza programmes, with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) announcing a review. The Guardian
|Apparently she's quit World Vision - as of yesterday!!! Despite Meghan attending a Catholic girls school. She is apparently Protestant so will be baptized into the Church of England before her marriage - make sense?|
|Close friends... just friends|
|She makes a great handler for Harry, don't you think?|
|Harry's Girl - as seen on a London street recently.|
|The Bosch Palace, Buenos Aires - Argentina - Where Meghan once worked|