Open Tables, Open Hearts

Caring for the vulnerable is not rocket science: if you open your heart to it. For a refugee family, a home is a home. There is a formidable prospect of not feeling welcome anywhere in a new country, so an open table – cramped as it may be – can be the first or most … Continue reading Open Tables, Open Hearts

World Relief’s Statement on DACA

August 29, 2017 World Relief Urges Swift Congressional Action to Protect Individuals with DACA Status World Relief  Press Release AUGUST 29, 2017 CONTACTS: Jenny Yang | 443.527.8363 Matthew Soerens | 920.428.9534  World Relief Urges Swift Congressional Action to Protect Individuals with DACA Status BALTIMORE, MD – Recent news reports suggest that President Trump is seriously considering … Continue reading World Relief’s Statement on DACA

The Immediate and In Between by Natalie Sarrett

  The following story is written by Natalie Sarrett. She is a senior majoring in International Relations with minors in Middle Eastern Studies and Strategic Intelligence at Liberty University. She grew up in the Middle East and absolutely fell in love with the culture and people (and food) and would love to see the displaced peoples … Continue reading The Immediate and In Between by Natalie Sarrett