Refugees: People Who Care Can Help

A farmer flees his land for the safety of a nearby city, driven out by insurgents who are killing his neighbors and trying to recruit one of his sons as a child soldier, living in a tent with his wife and five children, and now about to face a harsh winter. How can they find […]

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Refugees in My Backyard

Photo by Jedidiah Smith When our family moved to the Nashville area we were surprised to discover diverse peoples from all over the world living here. In Nashville, nearly 12 percent of the population was born outside of the U.S. (Nashville Mayor’s Office)  and represent about 90 nations (Nashville Baptist Association).  I remember in our […]

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