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Resiliency & Hope in the Midst of Persecution

By aray | December 9, 2022

Fleeing Persecution in Cambodia When Sithy and his wife, Saobot, arrived in the United States in March of 2022, he was not sure what his life would look like. He had been rejected, persecuted, and imprisoned for his political affiliation in Cambodia.  Both Sithy and Saobot’s siblings and other family…

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Benjamin Marsh: A plea for the Dreamers

By aray | November 11, 2021

Local pastor and guest columnist, Benjamin Marsh, shares his thoughts about those who face the crisis of impermanence in immigration. As a pastor to a community of immigrants, Benjamin Marsh is very passionate about those who were brought to America…

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Todd Unzicker and Adam Clark: Christians must heed the call to welcome Afghan refugees and other vulnerable immigrants

By aray | November 9, 2021

By Todd Unzicker and Adam Clark // Todd Unzicker, executive director-treasure of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and Adam Clark, director of World Relief Durham, spoke out about the importance of welcoming incoming Afghan arrivals and others who…

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The Triad prepares to welcome nearly 1200 Afghan evacuees

By aray | November 2, 2021

World Relief Triad, a nonprofit group that assists refugees, says the Triad is expecting to host about 150 evacuees, 30-40 of which will be coming to Winston-Salem. World Relief Triad is excited to report that we are officially welcoming Afghan…

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