In the midst of brokenness
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In the midst of brokenness

By Holly Cunningham Chaos. Destruction. Confusion. Brokenness. Chaos is found in the horrifying moments when bombs fall from the sky, destroying buildings and bodies in a single explosion. Destruction of lives, hopes and dreams ensues as concrete collapses and pain arises. Confusion fills the air as families wonder if their loved ones are still alive … 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

The Ban — A CBF field personnel reflection
General CBF / refugees

The Ban — A CBF field personnel reflection

Editor’s Note: Janee Angel serves as a CBF field personnel in Beligum, ministering to the international community alongside her husband, Hary. This piece was originally published on her blog, seasonedwithspice.wordpress.com By Janee Angel  The last time I was on U.S. soil was around 5 years ago. When our daughter, Phoebe, was 5 months old, I … Continue reading

CBF ministers to refugees and immigrants despite order barring travel to the U.S.
Newsroom / refugees

CBF ministers to refugees and immigrants despite order barring travel to the U.S.

January 30, 2017 By Aaron Weaver DECATUR, Ga. — With a swipe of the presidential pen last week, the United States turned its back on many attempting to escape war and strife. While the president’s executive order halted Syrian refugees as well as visitors and refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States, … Continue reading