Weekend Reading List: Dignity for Refugees

I’ve never been a refugee. I’ve never walked out of my home, with just the clothes on my back – away from my family, my community, my world — because I’m too afraid to stay. You probably haven’t either. But, if the current news cycle is any indication, we all have thoughts and ideas about refugees; who they are and why they’ve been defined in such a way, as refugees. When we started working in South Sudan in 2009, every single one of our clients had been a refugee. After the peace deal was signed in 2005, millions began to return to their homes desperately hoping for peace, ...

SEPTEMBER 2016 | Prayer Request

” But you, O Lord, are a shield about me, my glory, and the lifter of my head. I cried aloud to the Lord, and he answered me from his holy hill. Selah ” PSALM 3:3-4 WILL YOU PRAY WITH US THIS MONTH? As we start this week, we’re asking God to be our peace in the midst of chaos and uncertainty. Here is how you can be partnering alongside us in PRAYER — UNCERTAINTY : The brother of our Director of Spiritual Integration, Pastor Kenneth, is still under the custody of the South Sudanese army. A lot is uncertain and very unclear – please continue to pray for ...


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