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Take a turkey break and transform twice as many lives

Take a turkey break and transform twice as many lives

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days of the year. I love spending time with my family, eating a delicious meal, and celebrating all we’ve had to be thankful for over the past year. We are truly blessed. But one of my favorite ways to express my gratitude is by...
Why you should still care about the refugee crisis

Why you should still care about the refugee crisis

Let’s be honest. It’s easy to get compassion fatigue when you talk about the refugee situation in the Middle East. After so many years, it feels like this crisis will never end. So, it’s not surprising when people ask, “Why should I even care anymore?” It’s a valid...
Help rescue a child refugee like Adnan

Help rescue a child refugee like Adnan

If the refugee crisis in the Middle East, South Sudan, and around the globe has taught us anything, it’s this — children always suffer most. Adnan was born just nine months after the Syrian civil war began. And by the time the little boy was 7 months old, war had come...
There’s no place like home

There’s no place like home

In the “Wizard of Oz,” young Dorothy is stranded in a land far from her home in Kansas. Over the course of the story, she realizes how wonderful her home is, and she longs desperately to return. In the end, all she has to do is click together the heels of her magical,...
A Christmas message from the banks of the Jordan River

A Christmas message from the banks of the Jordan River

It’s Christmas — but today, in the same part of the world where Jesus was born, countless refugees won’t be celebrating. They’ll be spending another day fighting to survive. On this day, will you give a special Christmas gift to help keep a refugee alive? Every $35...
On the Syrian border: A plea for help

On the Syrian border: A plea for help

“People come and go, promising to help,” Tariq said. But that help rarely comes.I met Tariq this week in a refugee camp, where his family is struggling to survive. I’ve changed his name to protect him. They receive a stipend of just $15 per month — an impossibly small...
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