thank you, @Qideas
“Meet the congregation that traded in a homogeneous heritage for a diverse future.” @CT_Pastors
After fleeing war in Syria and arriving in Canada a year ago, the family behind Peace by Chocolate celebrates…yes, this.
Resettling Syrian refugees in the U.S. is a highly debated policy. Hear what the current vetting process is — and what the U.S. asks refugees to repay
and we’re already cheering: “The most important thing, according to me, is not to go and win golds,” Chiengjiek says. “The most important thing is to spread the peace.”
…Moody student wins award for documentary on refugee crisis
this: an important read. go sign up you and your people right here…Love them. Because we’re not guided by fear but
by Scripture and one person named Jesus Christ, who He Himself was a refugee.
how to get the best seats in the house every time– and why it’s okay to want the best seats: Lent Week 2
Caring for the poor is absolutely not optional for the Christian — caring for the poor is absolutely elemental for the Christian.
Letters from WWII refugees to Syrian children
Join with thousands of churches to provide aid for refugees in the Middle East. Churches participating in National Refugee Sunday commit to watch, pray and give during their service on Sunday, December 13
“We have spent years plotting and praying to get missionaries into some of the most difficult places in the world. Now, four million hurting and broken people from at least eighteen unreached people groups are coming to the West. “Is it safe?” sounds like a question a government would ask. And it should ask; a government should seek to protect its people. But Christians ask, “What is God up to?”
So, as Christians, we may disagree about what’s best for America to do in this situation. But as Christians, we also recognize that this is not ultimately as important as the gospel opportunity represented in the refugee crisis.
…In the faces of these refugees, we see 10,000 reasons for this tragedy. Men mean it for evil, but God means it for good.”