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Standing for the Fatherless

June 13, 2016 |

Today’s post is written by Mike Sohm. Mike is president of CAMA and has served on the CAMA Board since 2007. Read his story here.   Reminder: Father’s Day is approaching. Have you thought of what you want to say to your dad whether in person, over the phone, or in writing? For those of us […]

The Woodcarver

May 16, 2016 |

Today’s post is written by Brian Burns, Emergency Relief Coordinator for CAMA Services in Jordan. “Wait, how do I know this man?” Not an amazing picture, I started to click through the remaining photos I received from a recent food distribution in Iraq. Then it hit me. Back in January, I had visited Iraq to […]

Five Years of War: Emotions Refugees Face

March 14, 2016 |

Today’s post is written by Gary Fairchild, our Director of Global Disaster Response. On March 15, 2011 the Syrian Civil War officially broke out. Five years later, nearly 4.8 million Syrians have fled the country. Most of us will never comprehend the loss and trauma Syrians have experienced. We will never fully understand the depth […]

Refugee Crisis: Jesus on the Move

December 7, 2015 |

Today’s post is written by Anya Holcomb, a CAMA worker in Kosovo. We live three hours away from the main camp where refugees enter Macedonia from Greece on their journey to Western Europe. Currently, there are approximately 7,000 refugees passing through this camp each day. CAMA is partnering with a Christian NGO that meets these […]