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February 6, 2024 | Comments Off on Be inspired to inspire
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Dr. LaShanta reflects back on her inspiring education journey and discusses the celebration of Black History Month.

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Our souls during lent

February 6, 2024

Marcellina shares the practices she partakes in during lent and how that reflects in her spiritual wellbeing. 

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Season of Giving

January 3, 2024

Chantal reflects on her resettlement journey in the Quad Cities and the career she built through her willingness and desire to serve.

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Christmas in Tanzania

January 3, 2024

Chantal reflects on her resettlement journey in the Quad Cities and the career she built through her willingness and desire to serve.

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Community healing

December 6, 2023

Registered Nurse, Jessica Farnsworth, shares her passion in taking caring of people and her experience working with refugees.

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The sprouts of a new land

November 1, 2023

After a decade of putting her goals and dreams to a pause, Claudine finds ways to resurrect a long-rooted farming lifestyle in her family.

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Following your calling

October 13, 2023

Pascal shares about the experience he gained during his time at WRQC and the rewarding and fulfilling feelings which the World Relief mission brings.   

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Press Releases

Evangelical Leaders in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina & Across the US to Presidential Candidates: Consider a Biblical Perspective on Immigration

January 11, 2024

Today, evangelical pastors and leaders from Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina joined a virtual press call convened by the Evangelical Immigration Table and World Relief, urging presidential candidates – of all parties – to commit to be guided by biblical principles as they approach the topic of immigration.

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Open Doors US & World Relief Warn Proposed Changes to U.S. Asylum Laws Could Imperil Persecuted Christians

December 15, 2023

Today, World Relief and Open Doors US published the 2023 “Closed Doors” report detailing the current state of religious persecution around the world and its connection to U.S. refugee resettlement and asylum policies. Read more here.

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World Relief & Open Doors US Release New Report on the Rise of Persecuted Christians & Global Displacement Around the World

September 21, 2023

Today, World Relief and Open Doors US published the 2023 “Closed Doors” report detailing the current state of religious persecution around the world and its connection to U.S. refugee resettlement and asylum policies. Read more here.

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African Church Leaders Appeal for PEPFAR Reauthorization

September 15, 2023

More than 350 African church leaders have appealed to Congress for the swift reauthorization of the President’s Emergency Program for…

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World Relief Responds to DACA Ruling, Calls on Congress to Grant a Permanent Pathway to Citizenship for Dreamers

September 14, 2023

BALTIMORE, September 13, 2023 – Today, Judge Andrew Hanen upheld his previous ruling that DACA was established unlawfully under the…

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World Relief Applauds USAID Commitment to Increasing Partnerships with Faith-Based Organizations

September 14, 2023

Baltimore, MD (September 13, 2023) – Today, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced their first ever religious engagement…

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