Tag Archives: immigrant

“Your Life Matters To Me”

My last post was written about 6 weeks ago. In it, I stated that there were 20 Congolese refugees attending my church. The following week, that number grew to 30. Then the next week, 40. Now, there are over 50 … Continue reading

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Female Refugees Say: Thank-you, America

“What are my rights as a woman in the United States?” This was the very personal, painful question asked by a refugee woman who was having marriage problems. Many refugees come to the U.S. having been raised in cultures with … Continue reading

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Do You Want To Review My Book?

On Tuesday, May 31, my Ebook “Refugee Resettlement: On The Frontlines: Christian Compassion Meets Rugged Reality” will be published to Amazon. I am looking for a few folks who would like to review my book for free in exchange for … Continue reading

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