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Disability-Inclusive Development: How the Church Can Answer the Call

December 3, 2022 |
Disability-Inclusive Development: How the Church Can Answer the Call

“So also we are many persons. But in Christ we are one body. And each part of the body belongs to all the other parts. We all have gifts. They differ according to the grace God has given to each of us.”  — Romans 12:5-6 Saying Yes to Wisdom When the Kanombo Church of Central…

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Finding Hope in “DACA” – Interview with Jazmin

November 9, 2022

Creating belonging happens in so many ways in Baltimore and cities across the United States where World Relief has Immigration…

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I Was No Longer Safe in My Country: Yomardy’s Story of Seeking Asylum

November 3, 2022

Yomardy never imagined what would happen to her during a trip to the U.S. as a Fulbright Scholar from Venezuela – particularly a situation that would force her to seek asylum.

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Through the Flood: How Conflict and Climate Change are Converging in South Sudan

Through the Flood: How Conflict and Climate Change are Converging in South Sudan

November 2, 2022

Serving the most vulnerable often means accessing the furthest, hardest-to-reach places in order to meet those in greatest need. For…

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6 Ways the Church is Talking About Climate Change

6 Ways the Church is Talking About Climate Change

October 31, 2022

In August, World Relief partnered with the National Association of Evangelicals to release Loving the Least of These, an updated…

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Evangelical Views on Immigration Are Shifting

October 21, 2022

Matthew Soerens is the U.S. Director for Church Mobilization and Advocacy at World Relief. Today, we are thrilled to talk…

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Covid, Conflict and Climate Change: How the Church Can Be Hope Amidst Converging Crises

Covid, Conflict and Climate Change: How the Church Can Be Hope Amidst Converging Crises

October 19, 2022

Two years ago, when COVID-19 was just emerging as a global crisis, many of us in the non-profit sector speculated…

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