Forward Together: A World Relief Podcast Series
In the midst of human brokenness, God still moves through the local church, and you’re invited to be a part of it. Listen in.
About Our Guests
Isoken Aiwerioba, Director of Operations at World Relief Chicagoland and Director of Administration for her region for the Redeemed Christian Church of God, talks about the value of having different expressions of the church globally and why she believes the church can change the world.
Berger Bireo, Senior Program Coordinator World Relief DR Congo, has grown to know God deeply as protector. Berger shares his story off accepting God's call to be a pastor and how he's seeing the church is moving in DR Congo.
Micah Kachoi, Worl Relief's Church Empowerment Zone Coordinator in Turkana, is passionate about seeing the church move. He shares about the vibrant church in Turkana, Kenya and how World Relief is mobilizing churches to meet needs and combat the effects of drought.
When Holly Andrews worked at World Relief Western Washington, she helped start a barista training program for newly arrived immigrants at her church's cafe. Holly shares the value of using what resources you have to serve others.
About Our Host
Matthew Soerens is the U.S. Director of Church Mobilization at World Relief, where he helps evangelical churches understand the realities of refugees and immigration and respond in ways guided by biblical values. He’s also the author of three books, including his latest, Inalienable (InterVarsity Press, 2022).