Be a good neighbor this World Refugee Day

Be a good neighbor this World Refugee Day

But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, ‘And who is my neighbor?’ — Luke 10:29 (NIV) This is the question that prompts Jesus to tell the parable of the Good Samaritan. In the parable, Jesus delivers a clear message: It isn’t about who is or who isn’t your...

World Refugee Day 2016: Reclaiming Stability

Today is World Refugee Day, an important time to remember the nearly 60 million individuals worldwide who have been displaced by conflict. This year, we especially honor the courage and perseverance of those in the Middle East who are experiencing the largest...

World Refugee Day 2015

Today is World Refugee Day, a day set aside to remember those forced to flee their homes due to civil, political, and religious unrest. In 2015, a record-breaking 60 million people are displaced worldwide—8 million more than in 2014—and half of them are women and...

World Refugee Day | 2014

Home is a part of our identity. It is an ecosystem for growth, stability, and security. . . . A sanctuary for children to grow up. . . . A safe haven for days of illness or distress. . . . A place where meals are shared and community is cultivated. Now imagine being...

World Refugee Day: Remember Syria

TODAY THERE ARE OVER 43.7 MILLION REFUGEES AND INTERNALLY DISPLACED PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD. They are ordinary people who have become wanderers in an instant . . . fleeing from conflict, war, famine, disaster, or persecution that has overtaken their homelands. Six...
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