“God had sent us to the wrong pharmacy; but it actually turned out to be the right pharmacy. We accidentally had sent a young man to a place that had a leftover vaccination that was going to be thrown out.
The pharmacist was thrilled that we called; the young Karen man was thrilled to get the vaccination; and we were amazed at how God used a misunderstanding to keep an unused vaccination from being thrown away, giving an unexpected, much-needed vaccination to a Karen refugee.” Continue reading
By Caleb Mynatt For nearly two decades, CBF field personnel Eddie and Macarena Aldape have made a career of showing hospitality and love to the people who need it most. Just ask Isabel Garcia. As a refugee from Latin America, Garcia and her children fled to Spain in search of a better life. Between political … Continue reading
The following post comes from one of CBF’s field personnel, Rick Sample. You can read about Rick and Lita Sample’s ministry in the most recent edition of the fellowship! magazine. Can someone be half Christian and half Muslim? Recently, I had an interesting conversation with one of my friends who is an immigrant from a … Continue reading
The following post is from CBF contributing writer Ryan Higgins. “Welcoming the Stranger” was the theme for the CBF International Cluster Network workshop Friday afternoon at the General Assembly. The network brings together CBF field personnel, churches, ministry partners and individuals who collaborate to serve with and among the world’s most neglected people. A panel … Continue reading