Refugee Care

Imagine having to flee your home because of armed conflict, human rights violations, or a devastating disaster. Imagine the trauma in your home town is so real that you must make the heart-breaking choice to flee, even though you want to stay. And imagine leaving behind jobs, business, homes, friends, and everything familiar.

There are an estimated 60 to 65 million displaced persons in the world today. Some are refugees, who have crossed country borders. Some are internally displaced peoples (IDPs) who remain in their country, but are forced to leave their homes. Partner with BGR to show Jesus’ love for these families by providing items such as blankets, food packets, hygiene kits, as well as gestures of hope to those who are suffering.

Refugees and IDPs

Garden of Healing

Zahar was forced to forage for scraps of food for her grandchildren before your gift of a starter seed kit helped her put fresh produce on the table. Read about your impact!

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Caring for Central Asian Refugees

You cannot put a price on belonging, connection, and emotional healing, but that is what you provide through BGR projects designed to help care for practical needs and foster connection in refugee communities. Read about one Central Asian couple and their story of hope!

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From Refugees to Empowered Entrepreneurs

The devastating economic crash in South American countries forced many families to migrate to neighboring nations in search of a better life for them and their children. Read about how one church is transforming refugee communities by empowering them to be small business owners!

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Providing Warmth for the Weary

Many displaced people groups struggle to navigate abruptly migrating to a new country. You helped one displaced Central African community survive a challenging winter! Read more about your impact in refugees’ lives.

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My Brother, the Infidel

Abdallah’s flight from his native country led to unlikely friendships and a renewed sense of purpose. Read about his inspiring journey!

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BGR school teaches, feeds and changes refugee children

As Syrian refugees, they lacked educational opportunities in the foreign nation where they lived and waited for violence to cease at home.

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Restored: Refugee Family Finds New Life

With only the clothes on their backs, a family was forced to flee their home. Read how this family of seven found refuge and a new hope.

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Refugees Receive Food Bags Through Fence

A bright yellow bag of food is enough to bring the light of Jesus into a place as hopeless as a refugee confinement center. Read how you helped five Ohio Baptists restore a couple like Cung and Lin’s strength to keep trusting in the Lord.

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Helping Refugees Feel Welcome & Find Rest

Labib and Bushra’s sons have a pillow under their heads and they’re sleeping peacefully. When they fled as refugees, a hard floor was the best these parents could give. You helped them give their family a sense of safety.

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More Stories
Pray for Syria

Pray that God will bring a supernatural, divine comfort, unrelenting peace and swift resolution. 

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More prayers
Refugee Relief | Zine

Download an 8.5×11 printable newsletter at the bottom of this page or preview below.   Check out the rest of the zines.

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Kids Prayer Calendar | BGR Kids

Download an 8.5×11 printable prayer guide at the bottom of this page or preview below.

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30 Days of Prayer for Refugees

CONNECT WITH PEOPLE IN NEED THROUGH PRAYER. You can do something today to help people in need! Join the BGR Prayer Connection to pray with us weekly.   When you join the BGR Prayer Connection, you will: Join hundreds of prayer warriors around the world in making a difference for others Receive weekly prayer requests […]

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Tina McDonald 4 years ago

What is BGR doing to help with the current refugee crisis on the U.S southern border?

Natalie Sarrett 4 years ago

Hi Tina, BGR has tried to coordinate with partners at the border, primarily on the non-US side, to provide assistance to those seeking asylum. At this time, we continue to have those conversations, though no significant projects have been established.

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