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Bloomberg President Joe Biden is quadrupling the limit set by former President Donald Trump on the number of refugees who can enter the U.S. by the end of September. Bloomberg’s Jordan Fabian and World Relief’s Jenny Yang discuss the move on “Quicktake Charge.”  Watch here

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Pray for These People If You Care about the Plight of Refugees

Image: T. Albinson / IAFR Asylum seeker camp near Athens // Christianity Today By Mark Finney, Director of World Relief Spokane In prayer, we can transform God’s church into a place of friendship for the foreigner, for the oppressed and for our global neighbors in need. Today and every day I pray for the refugees…

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Baptist Standard By Jenny Yang, Vice President of Advocacy and Policy Nations of the world regularly have opened their arms to those fleeing tyrants, terrorists and authoritarian governments. This openness has been a hallmark of the United States, whose response to refugees, especially in the past 40 years, befits the heritage of a nation founded…

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Christian Post The Biden administration sent the report to Congress on Feb. 12 announcing the entry of 62,500 refugees. A month later, over 700 refugees are still waiting and had to cancel their flights to the U.S. due to delayed action by the administration. On Friday, Senior Vice President Jenny Yang moderated the “Justice Delayed”…

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Fortune By Jenn Foy, Vice President of U.S. Programs at World Relief President-elect Joe Biden has stated his intention to raise the ceiling for refugee admissions to 125,000 for fiscal year 2021. Unifying around this goal, and welcoming those who have fled persecution and are desperate to find safety and freedom in America, could help…

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