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What Can We Do About The Refugee Crisis?

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Leading and Learning

Leading a strategic, long-term effort to aid and transform the poorest communities in nearly 100 countries around the world is challenging work, especially when long-term vision is required. How can the Church stay engaged and not let "crisis fatigue" root causes of poverty and injustice? Guiding the largest Christian humanitarian organization

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National Refugee Sunday

Join with thousands of churches to provide aid for refugees in the Middle East. Churches participating in National Refugee Sunday commit to watch, pray and give during their service on Sunday, December 13, 2015. For more information and to sign your Church up, visit this link.

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Feeling Paralyzed by the Migrant Crisis in Europe?

The global refugee crisis became personal for millions around the world last week when they saw the horrific image of a toddler — Aylan Kurdi — washed lifeless onto the shore of the Mediterranean. The Syrian conflict that he and his family fled has been raging for more than four years, and

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Syria, The Middle East, and Fragile States

Q: This past March marked the fifth year of the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Syria. Can you give us an overview of the situation at this time? S: As the years drag on, much of the world appears to have diverted their attention from the white hot crisis that is

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Engaging The Refugee Crisis in The Middle East

My phone just rang here in Iraq. It was Sami, an estranged friend I haven’t seen in two years since a little-known terrorist group called ISIS rose in prominence. At that time, Sami and many of our friends had staged a twelve month peaceful protest demanding due process and

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