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The Afghan Immigration Crisis Is Bigger, Faster, More Traumatic. Are Ministries Ready?
Tens of thousands of Afghan evacuees are coming to the US without special status or government funding for resettlement, putting more responsibility on Christian donors and volunteers.
‘They Cannot Burn Jesus Out of Me’: Mozambique Pastors Minister to Survivors of Violent Insurgency
Despite the risks in the region, Christians are flocking to camps and targeted villages to provide resources and spiritual care.
After Challenging Season, World Relief Names New President
Myal Greene is optimistic about resuming robust refugee resettlement programs under the Biden administration.
‘How Could All the Prophets Be Wrong About Trump?’
After the 2020 election, a remnant of charismatic leaders are trying to revive their movement from within.
How Evangelicals Pushed Back on Biden’s Refugee Reversal
Advocates united to hold the president to his campaign promise, combat administration’s misinformation.
560 UK Churches Ready to Welcome Hong Kong Wave
British Christians seek to learn from past Windrush mistakes in their nation’s largest planned migration in 50 years.
$500K Medical Missions Award Goes to OB-GYN Nun in Uganda
Her call to serve the “least of these” led her to maternal care at a rural hospital.
Refugee Ministries Hope to Rebuild Under Biden
After drastic cuts over the past four years, they need to rally partners and volunteers to be ready for a jump in refugee admittance.
The Most Diverse Small Town in America Mourns Refugee Cuts
The election could determine the future of resettlement ministries in Clarkston, Georgia.