This New York Times story is almost two weeks old, but if you haven’t read it yet it is still worth it. The Times writes about how some politically conservative evangelical Christians in Georgia are embracing Syrian refugees (including Muslim refugees) and giving of their time to help resettle them.
HRW Talks about the Olympics Refugee Team
The Rio Olympics are just days away and I just found out there is a team of refugees competing together. Their presence will highlight the massive and ongoing world refugee crisis. Human Rights Watch has a dispatch.
Michelle Lesley Tackles the Question: What is Contemplative Prayer?
She also tackles the follow up: is it biblical? The short answer is no, but check out her response here.
Infographic to help explain the Sudan/South Sudan history and conflict
The refugee crisis in Europe has been in the headlines for months and probably won’t go away anytime soon. A couple of months ago I interviewed some people living in Hungary, about the situation. One of my contacts was Calvary Chapel Pastor Phil Metzger. Continue reading
Here are my two latest stories for WORLD. Continue reading
I’ve been remiss in sharing my articles for WORLD the past few weeks. This week I got to write a rare good news story about prisoners of the faith being freed.
I haven’t gotten a chance to post my persecution stories for WORLD in a couple weeks so here they are: Continue reading