Welcome House, Welcoming Home: CBF field personnel cultivate beloved community through welcoming refugees in North Carolina
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Welcome House, Welcoming Home: CBF field personnel cultivate beloved community through welcoming refugees in North Carolina

By Blake Tommey As the sun set over the Democratic Republic of Congo, Elias Isaiah Erick and his family settled into a customary evening at home. Suddenly, militia fighters burst in, attacked Erick and kidnapped his wife and children. Alone, and with no knowledge of his family’s whereabouts, Erick fled the swelling violence as the deadline … Continue reading

The Moral Obligation of Welcoming — CBF field personnel serves refugee families seeking freedom from fear
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The Moral Obligation of Welcoming — CBF field personnel serves refugee families seeking freedom from fear

By Ashleigh Bugg In the heart of Texas cattle country, families gather from around the world. They come from various backgrounds. Some were born in camps on the border of Bhutan and Nepal. Others grew up on family compounds in Iraq or lived in countries in East and Central Africa. Despite their diverging routes, everyone … Continue reading