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One Year Later: The Church Still Moves In Haiti

August 10, 2022 |
One Year Later: The Church Still Moves In Haiti

“One year later, the need in Haiti is great, but…churches continue to be agents of change in their communities, and men, women and children continue to receive support from their local churches.” Shaken Thirty-year-old Jeannette was away from home the day a 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck southern Haiti in August 2021. “I was out and…

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Girls wait eagerly for class

Sorrow amidst dreams

September 14, 2021

Nazia’s family came to the US after being targeted by the Taliban, and with the help of World Relief they begin rebuilding their lives and found employment.

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Freedom: why one Afghan woman left home

August 18, 2021

This summer, our interns attended an ethical storytelling workshop in partnership with the University of Mississippi and Southern Foodways Alliance. To learn the ropes…

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A Father’s Wish

August 16, 2021

For privacy, the program participant’s name has been abbreviated. When A left Rwanda five years ago, she left behind not only…

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As Told To: Isabel’s Story of Dreams and Aspirations

August 11, 2021

This summer, our interns attended an ethical storytelling workshop in partnership with the University of Mississippi and Southern Foodways Alliance. To learn…

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Trading citizenships: Why I decided to become an American

July 30, 2021

Throughout July, we’ve been focusing on citizenship and what it means to our friends in the immigrant community about what…

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Never too late: father of eight is reunited with his children at last

July 21, 2021

Six years ago, David Kenene was welcomed to the U.S. by World Relief Memphis. His eight children, however, had been…

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