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Refugees who fled their homelands to escape civil war and persecution find help from Karen Morrow, a Cooperative Baptist Fellowship missionary in Texas, as they adjust to life in the U.S. […] Read More

Have U.S. Christians forgotten our historic commitment to taking the gospel to the whole world, especially when that world is coming to them? Many comfortable Christians find the cost too high. […] Read More

Si bien la esperanza de una vida mejor lleva a muchas personas a migrar, otras se ven empujadas a migrar. Tienen que huir de la violencia y el abuso, ya que sus gobiernos no se preocupan por protegerles, o son incapaces de resolver sus propios problemas gubernamentales. […] Read More

While the hope for a better life draws many to migrate, others are pushed into migration. They must flee violence and abuse because their governments don’t care about them or aren’t capable of dealing with their own problems. […] Read More

La migración es un problema mundial, y quienes migran enfrentan un camino extremadamente difícil e incierto. Mientras que algunas personas migran por razones educativas o vocacionales, la mayoría migra debido a problemas económicos y la esperanza de una vida mejor. […] Read More

Migration is a worldwide issue, and those who do migrate face an extremely hard and uncertain road. While some people migrate due to educational or vocational reasons, most migrate due to economic issues and the hope for a better life. […] Read More

Anyone who thinks the immigration issue is simple is not paying attention. This is a complex, difficult challenge for which there are no easy answers. Immigration has always been fraught with complication. […] Read More

The number of displaced persons increased by 2.9 million in 2017, bringing the global total to 68.5 million and a record high. That’s according to the United Nations Refugee Agency’s annual “Global Trends: Forced Displacement” report published on June 19. Of the 68.5 million displaced persons, 25.4 million were refugees, 40 million internally displaced persons […] Read More

Human displacement is a faith dilemma. As I discussed previously, the Bible at no point diminishes the physical, psychological and spiritual severity of being “out of place” but rather validates it as a predicament par excellence. Scripture may contain the rich calling to a spiritual pilgrimage as sojourners of faith, but the fact remains that […] Read More

We tend to put faces on unfortunate things. It is not a good practice, but we do it anyways. Famine has African faces, terrorism Muslim faces, the drug trade Latino faces, and on it goes. So it is with human displacement where the faces of Syrians, Palestinians and the Rohingya have largely come to personify […] Read More