The pastor of a small Southern Baptist church has gained national attention with a letter to the editor questioning the Southern Baptist Convention’s welcoming Syrian refugees to the United States.

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A 23-year-old has found a way to give back, through service and ministry, what was so freely given to her: a new life in the United States.

Published in People

For the Refugee was written and recorded after a songwriter’s family returned from a mission trip to the Middle East, where they encountered desperate Syrian refugees hungering for safety and hospitality.

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Evangelical leaders meeting at Wheaton College released a statement saying “we cannot allow voices of fear to dominate” the Christian response to refugees.

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Tuesday, 08 December 2015 13:06

Clergy urge welcome for Syrian refugees

Clergy in Louisville, Ky., gathered Dec. 8 to welcome Syrian refugees to the community.

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Kim and Marc Wyatt have helped open Welcome House in Raleigh, N.C.,  which provides a home for single and small families of refugees who are resettled in the area.

Published in Missions

Karen refugees from Burma who are seriously struggling financially in Nebraska and who qualify for loans can receive up to $1,500 at no interest.

Published in Organizations
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 06:05

History, immigration and the future

We must recognize the glorious parts of history as well as those that are hurtful, distressing, embarrassing and perhaps shameful.

Published in Columns
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 06:00

La historia, la inmigración y el futuro

Necesitamos reconocer tanto las partes gloriosas de la historia así como también las dolorosas, perturbadoras, penosas y quizá hasta vergonzosas.

Published in Columns
Wednesday, 16 September 2015 13:25

Refugee crisis spurs Baptist assistance

U.S. organizations are allocating funds to assist Europeans grappling with an influx of migrants.

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