Welcoming the Stranger: Loop Church Advocacy

World Relief’s heart beats for the vulnerable: for the marginalized and the silenced. There is a crisis of representation in the United States and the world over, and we see the need for advocates to rise up and speak on these marginalized people’s behalf. That is what we strive to do through our advocacy services … Continue reading Welcoming the Stranger: Loop Church Advocacy

Running Toward Crisis

In light of a dark week's events, we are becoming increasingly aware of the world's brokenness each day. How does one respond to crisis? How should one respond to crisis? How does Christ call us to respond to crisis? This week, Emily Gray, World Relief's Senior Vice President of U.S. Ministries, sent out an email to our … Continue reading Running Toward Crisis

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

Standing for the Vulnerable Despite Cuts

The refugee program suspension has been lifted with a federal judge ruling to block the second executive order on refugees. We are encouraged by this ruling and our ability to continue serving people fleeing unimaginable circumstances. Unfortunately, the ruling does not affect the stipulation that reduces the number of refugee arrivals from 110,000 to 50,000. We … Continue reading Standing for the Vulnerable Despite Cuts