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God Was Their Deliverer
As a child, Juliet Liu Waite and her sisters would plead with their aunt to tell them the story of their escape from Saigon, South Vietnam. The story ...
An Iranian Refugee’s Terrible Journey to God
Annahita Parsan shares how she survived snowy mountains, a filthy prison, and an abusive husband as God brought her to faith in Christ.
I was born in beautiful, ...
Polish Moms Donate Strollers for Fleeing Ukrainian Women
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this picture is worth much, much more. Several photos on Twitter in early March show row after ...
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 ...
US Family Welcomes Afghan Refugees into Their Home
Kenneth and Adi Martinez immigrated to the United States from Mexico in 2011. When given the opportunity to help a family of four who recently fled Afghanistan, ...
Resisting Evil in Small but Mighty Ways
In the book, The Zookeeper's Wife, author Diane Ackerman describes the brutal occupation of Warsaw, Poland by the Nazis. The Warsaw Zoo became a hiding ...
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. ...
Our Naturalization Certificate
Pastor Eduardo Davila tells this story:
I have here an extremely important document. We all have important documents: a marriage certificate, the title ...
Syndrome K: The Fake Disease That Saved Lives
In the fall of 1943 German soldiers began rounding up Jews in Italy and deporting them by the thousands to concentration camps. Simultaneously a mysterious ...
Alert Social Worker Rescues Young Woman Fleeing Kidnapper
Jeanne Nutter did not leave her house intending to be a hero, but rather to walk her dog. "I was at the end of my driveway; I saw a young woman who ...