Few details of Jesus’ early life are known, but Matthew’s gospel tells us this: violent, state sanctioned persecution forced Jesus’ family to flee Israel and go to Egypt, where they lived as refugees. The experience of Jesus and his parents is mirrored in the challenges faced by 70 million displaced people in our world today. The story of our own migrant savior inspires and compels us to embrace our displaced brothers and sisters with love, solidarity, and generosity.
Share hope with migrants and refugees by supporting our work, providing emergency relief, safety, and support.
From December 11-17, 2019
participate in this challenge to stand in solidarity with migrants and refugees.
This is your starting point for a biblically-grounded conversation about the global migration crisis.
Right now, donations from churches are matched up to $50,000.
We are advocating with our friends at World Relief, urging Congress to increase our nation's commitment to refugees
Help your friends, family, church, or community understand the importance of standing in solidarity with displaced people.