Find Out How You Can Bring Hope to Refugees Around the World

“Who is my neighbor?” It was one of the most insidious questions asked by anyone in the Bible, an attempt to square a world view where doing good could have enough caveats to allow for inaction. Sometimes it can feel like the American church has done the same with refugees from around the world – embracing a restrictionist legal framework to immigration that allows us to close our eyes and ignore a hurting world that we helped create.

Matthew Soerens, US Director of Church Mobilization for World Relief and co-author of “Seeking Refuge,” is challenging Christians in the US and around the world to seriously consider not just how we think but how we act, vote, and lobby for the “least of these” while finding common ground across ideologies to address why supporting refugees can be so difficult.

Join us March 18, 2021 from 12-1:30pm as we get a chance to hear from Matthew about the work he’s doing and ask him important questions about how we can be part of a movement to provide relief to people looking for hope.

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