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Discipleship, Refugee Issues, The Church

How to Talk About Refugees with Christians

Tabitha McDuffee, Founder, faithandforcedmigration.com There is so much in Scripture to support welcoming refugees and having compassion toward strangers, that it should be easy to talk about refugees with Christians. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Many Christians are unaware that Bible addresses displacement, or they are more concerned with the position of their […]

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Refugee Issues, The Church

How to Talk to Children About Refugees

Tabitha McDuffee, Founder, faithandforcedmigration.com Half of refugees around the world are children, so forced displacement is a children’s issue as much as it is an adult one. It’s important for kids to hear about current events in ways that they can understand so that they won’t be overwhelmed or afraid. So, here are a handful […]

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Stand Alone

Sign this Petition to Help Protect Immigrant Dreamers with DACA

Starting today, for the first time in years, the US Senate will debate an immigration bill. This will be a freewheeling, open-ended battle over one of the thorniest subjects, with the expected outcome completely unclear. Help Protect Immigrant Dreamers with DACA by signing this petition we have created urging Senators and Congress to pass a […]

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Politics, The Church

The Contributions of the DACAmented

Cameron Ventura, Immigration Activist Since 2012 the United States has become a safe-haven for a narrow group of young people who migrated here either alone or following their older relatives. Multiple presidents, congressmen/congresswomen, and civilians have agreed for many decades that lack of proper legislation has created a system in which the Federal government seeks […]

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Refugee Issues, The Church

How to Talk about Refugees: General Principals

Tabitha McDuffee, Founder, faithandforcedmigration.com Recently, I wrote an article about how to talk about refugees on social media. In it, I outlined some important things for us to keep in mind when we talk about refugees on the internet, especially since there is so much misinformation being circulated about the issue. It ended up being one of […]

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Politics, The Church

Defining the Borders of Human Rights

 Cameron Ventura, Immigration Activist Two days ago I was laying in bed, about to fall asleep, when I heard a noise. We have one of the loudest refrigerators in the world, so this happens pretty often – nothing to think twice about. But then my one-year-old Miniature Dachshund jumped up and started freaking out. This […]

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Discipleship, Politics, The Church

The Immigrant: Our Neighbor

 Rondell Treviño, Founder, Memphis immigration Project One of the greatest things we can do is ask questions—asking questions is the simplest most effective ways of learning. Asking questions enables us to gain deep insight, develop more innovative solutions, and to arrive at better decision-making. Children learn by asking questions, students learn by asking questions, new recruits […]

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The Church

Why have we humbled ourselves, and you have not noticed?

 Cameron Ventura, Immigration Activist Those who follow me on social media, and/or read the things I write, could easily get the impression that the most important thing to me is helping the immigrant community. I daily read, write, comment, share, talk about the injustice that is rampant in our country and how we can (need […]

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