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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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How to Sustain Your Compassion When Headlines Fade And Problems Persist

How to Sustain Your Compassion When Headlines Fade And Problems Persist

August 3, 2022

How can I be a part of creating change that lasts when I’m too exhausted to even turn on the…

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Road-Runner Rodney

July 22, 2022

What is one of the biggest challenges refugees face when they come to Memphis? Transportation! Access to reliable transportation is…

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June Reflections from World Relief Memphis Staff

July 5, 2022

This past month was a busy one for World Relief offices around the globe as we all celebrated Immigrant Heritage…

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Angels Unawares

July 2, 2022

It’s been eight months since the fall of Kabul. World Relief North Texas welcomed many Afghans with the help of volunteer Good Neighbor Teams. Read about their mutual transformation as they recount their shared stories with us.

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Introducing Co-Sponsorship

July 1, 2022

Here at World Relief Memphis, we believe that entering into relationships with refugees and immigrants are mutually transforming opportunities to…

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Reciprocal Hospitality

Welcome to Reciprocal Hospitality

June 24, 2022

Many American Christians have good intentions, working hard to welcome immigrants with hospitality and solidarity. But how can we do…

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