Ali Noorani centered yet open approach is key to move beyond the wheel-spinning gridlock where we currently find ourselves as a nation and instead pull together towards solutions which upbuild both those who have lived in America for generations as well as those who are newcomers.Read More
This shoe exchange was experienced by Marciana Heemstra on a hot April day at The Refuge in McAllen, TX. The boy’s history is a compilation of stories our team gleaned throughout our border journey, plus bit of research.Read More
In this book, we find many striking parallels between the stories of immigrants in the Bible and the story of immigrants today, which brings to life the ancient stories in new ways and also adds a weightiness to the lives of modern day immigrants when we imagine heroes of the faith being among them.Read More
May we always keep perspective: we are not the savior, but we know a Savior who is a friend of sinners, a man of sorrows, and well-acquainted with grief. He is our companion as we walk with our immigrant friends through highs and lows, through grief and joy. “A cord of three strands is not quickly broken” (Ecclesiastes 4:12).Read More
Author Cindy M. Wu reminds us of the fact that "it would be a mistake to view refugees as a monolithic horde of faceless people. The word 'refugee' is not a label we should use to completely define someone… Followers of Jesus believe that, ultimately, refugees are people made in the image of God"Read More
If you’ve ever wondered how to live in light of the biblical command to “show hospitality to strangers” (Hebrews 13:2) or if you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by the issues and want a simple way to move forward in proactive love, this book is for you!Read More
Refugees, Migrants, Asylum Seekers - What's the Difference?Read More
The ministry of immigrants on the U.S.-Mexico Border. The Moyas have spent twenty years ministering to families and constructing and equipping churches across the South Texas and Mexico border.