France: As migrants flee Africa and the Middle East in record numbers, those who survive crossing the Mediterranean Sea are welcomed by European Christians. In the port city of Calais, France, Christian charities and the local Assemblies of God have helped Ethiopian and Eritrean refugees build St. Michael’s, a 500-member church. One refugee worker told World Watch Monitor, “They wanted a church before they even wanted a home.”1
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