Through community development, 700 refugees have seen a physical demonstration of Christ’s love.
God is actively at work in the flow of humanity. We have an opportunity to join in.
Two years ago, the Alliance Church of Mafraq, Jordan started a school for refugee children. They now have 147 students and a principal named Egab, meaning "hawk."
Today’s post is written by Sarah Bourns. Sarah works for Envision at the C&MA National Office, and in her free time volunteers with a refugee resettlement agency in Colorado. This is the story of one family she is walking with as they transition to the United States. I met Arshad and Bayan almost two years ago, […]
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 […]