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I Fled My Country, But Not My Marriage
Though extremists separated me from my husband years ago, I know who holds us together.
Get Close to Refugees, and Let Love Grow
Two new books consider the personal, practical, and theological sides of welcoming the stranger.
Releasing Resources: Diaspora & Dollars
Affirmed and motivated, the diaspora Christians can be major contributors in supporting the global mission enterprise.
The Advantage of Being a Minority: An Immigrant’s Missional Narrative
In God’s kingdom, a person becomes weak in order for their life to help others.
My Favorite ‘Quick to Listen’ Episodes of 2018
The hosts of CT's weekly news podcast on the episodes they won't soon forget.
I Escaped from Iran, but Not from God
As a child of the Iranian Revolution, I wanted nothing to do with religion.
Dutch Asylum Service Concludes With Its Final ‘Amen’
(UPDATED) Evangelicals partnered across denominational divides to help sustain 96 days of continuous worship.
Judge Releases Over 100 Iraqi Christians Detained by ICE
Chaldeans in Detroit celebrate the coming return of scores of community members facing deportation.
He Led Churches in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp. Now He Waxes Floors.Subscriber Access Only
But in his spare time, a leading refugee pastor is mentoring immigrant ministry leaders across the country.
The Parable of the Caravan
We need to pay attention to love’s deep call on our lives.
Immigration Still Motivating Evangelicals
Here’s how many evangelicals cite Trump's stance on immigration as an influential reason in determining their support of Trump in 2016.
Evangelicals Argue Against US Reducing Refugees to 30,000
Trump administration says Christians in Iraq face genocide; only 18 have been allowed to resettle in America this year.
One-on-One with Daniel Darling on ‘The Dignity Revolution’
What does it look like to reclaim God's rich vision of humanity in a world that is increasingly asking what it means to be human?
The Many Flavors of Latino Protestantism
Three sociologists look at the impact of this growing body of believers on the American church.
My Foster Daughter Was Separated from Her Family at the Border
Caring for someone else’s kid brought heartbreak. But it also drew me closer to God’s kingdom purposes.
Gleanings: July/August 2018Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our July/August issue).
Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Along the way, we may be able to show people Jesus.
Standing Between Border Control and Immigrant Families
How violence and terror in their homelands spurs migrants to come north.
World Refugee Day 2018: ‘Welcoming the Stranger’ Meets ‘Zero Tolerance’
Christians pray for asylum seekers and defend family unity amid US policy changes.
Lending Our Voice to Family — It’s More Important than Government
Undocumented immigrants need to still be treated in line with the values of our country.

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Black Theology Sings of Freedom
Black Theology Sings of Freedom
To be black and to be Christian is to remember the brutality of our experience and the brilliance of our resistance.

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