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Women Demand Justice for Immigrant Sister’s Death

Wayomi and Poornima Rathnayake are trying to shine a light onto negligence and corruption in the Japanese immigration system after their older sister ...


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Fleeing Castro, Finding Christ

In CT Magazine, Carlos Ferrer shares his journey from communist Cuba to faith in Christ:

From the earliest time I can remember, I had an intense longing ...

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There Are Still Honest People in the World

Laurie Fenby, was shopping at a garage sale in Rochester, New York and as she was leaving, she found a wallet on the ground. She looked inside and found ...


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College Graduate Takes Photo to Honor Parents’ Sacrifice

When Jessica Rocha set out to celebrate her graduation from the University of California San Diego, she took a photo. And like many Instagram influencers ...


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Presidential Art Exhibit Generates Immigration Discussion

Recently, CBS Evening News anchor Norah O’Donnell traveled to Prairie Chapel Ranch to visit with former president George W. Bush and his wife Laura. ...


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Building a Bridge of Trust with Five Muslim Men

In his book The 9 of Arts Spiritual Conversation, John Crilly tells a story about building a relationship with five young Muslim men from a refugee camp ...


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Modern-Day Missionary at McDonald's

Global missions expert Paul Borthwick shared the following story to remind us how God's mission can be from anyone anywhere at any time:

A young man named ...

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Chinese Student Enters Church Praying for His People Group

Global missions expert Paul Borthwick was invited to speak at a local church known for its hospitality to international students and its vision to adopt ...


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Trail Angels Help Travelers on Pacific Crest Trail

An article in the Chicago Tribune by Chris Erskine began: "By any measure, the Pacific Crest Trail is a beastly thing, an angry anaconda that slithers ...


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Compassionately Intersecting the Immigration Crisis

The U.S./Mexico border is currently witnessing a major humanitarian crisis as well over 60,000 unaccompanied immigrant children are arriving at the border ...


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