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What Can Christians Do About Climate Change?

Image: Relevenat By Myal Greene and Walter Kim The climate has once again captured our attention amid a record-breaking heatwave this summer and a landmark economic package in Congress that includes sweeping climate measures. Our environment is a precious gift, created by God and intended for all to share in its bounty. Yet, our global neighbors living in poverty…

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Rob Cassell, World Relief Triad Executive Director, Graham Aitken, pastor of the Heart in Boone, Adam Clark, World Relief Durham’s Executive Director, and the Evangelical Immigration Table come together to discuss the prevalent need for immigration reform and providing a path towards legal citizenship for immigrants facing impermanence in this opinion piece. A letter soliciting…

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World Relief Praises New Refugee Ceiling, Urges Biden Administration and Congress to Work Together to Aid Refugees and Asylum Seekers

March 24, 2022 CONTACT:Audrey Gardenaudrey.garden@pinkston.co571-405-1606 BALTIMORE – Today, President Biden announced a plan to admit as many as 100,000 Ukrainians to the United States as refugees and through other means. In addition, the United States is committing to provide more than $1 billion in new funding towards humanitarian assistance for those affected by Russia’s war in…

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World Relief Praises New Refugee Ceiling, Urges Biden Administration and Congress to Work Together to Aid Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Over the past two years, COVID-19 has grown into one of the greatest humanitarian issues in recorded history. In this report, we lay out the devastating effects economically, socially, emotionally and physically, and how we can respond with compassionate, thoughtful action. Overview From 1990 until 2015 we witnessed a consistent downward trend of global poverty…

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Winston-Salem Journal // A letter soliciting support from members of Congress — including our own Sens. Richard Burr and Thom Tillis — will, we hope, be influential. Its cause is compassionate and just. The letter, signed by more than 70 evangelical pastors, leaders and church members — participants in the Evangelical Immigration Table — urges…

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