Changes in China?

A recent post by Swells in the Middle Kingdom (SMK) on China’s “new normal” highlights the changing situation facing foreign Christians who serve in China. While the effects of President Xi Jinping’s policies upon foreigners in China have become increasingly evident;...

State of the Country: Syrians

US MEETS SYRIAN REFUGEE GOALS Though the Obama administration’s commitment to admit 10,000 Syrian refugees by the end of September 2016 seemed in doubt, with fewer than 2,000 resettled during the first seven months of the fiscal year, the target was met with weeks to...

Refugee Testimony

From Mission’s Catalyst  “Very recently I had a trying time in my life,” [explained Hanna Petros Solomon in a June 22 presentation]. “No, I didn’t have to dodge bullets to cross another border, I had to write my transfer essay to university. In order to...

#Refugees in Germany & Europe

One year ago, Angela Merkel opened Germany’s door to what would ultimately be over a million refugees, with the words, “We can do it.” How much progress has been made integrating the hundreds of thousands of new residents? A report card. READ MORE...

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