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 can we not move heaven and earth to let the broken in — when heaven moved and came to earth to let us in?
A few blankets still nonchalantly hang around, errant pillows loitering. I gather the debris of a March afternoon, of cousins and forts, sheets clamped to bedposts and pillows piled high….
When you look into the face of the Other, you see a reflection of the face of God. And we become the face of Hope.
When we remember the humanity of the other — there is no other. There is only us.
Often what we need to hear most is reflected back to us through the journey of someone else.
And wars are won by winning the battle for hope.
You can’t truly be a warrior of the gospel unless you’re a justice warrior — and you can’t truly be justice warrior unless you’re warrior of the Gospel.