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An Imperative of Compassion

As nations and governments close borders and answer the cries of the vulnerable with fear and anger, MTW missionaries around the world are responding with the love of Christ, working with and through local churches to address the needs of refugees everywhere.

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What if Immigrants are the Answer to Our Prayers?

For centuries, the church has prayed for the nations to come to know Christ. What if the Lord, by bringing the nations to us, is saying, “Here you go. Here’s your opportunity.”?

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“Please Don’t Forget Me”

A mission trip to the Middle East has the power to bring intractable regional conflicts to a personal level — with names, stories, and an unshakeable plea — “please pray for me.”

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Refugee Ministry in an Age of Terror

For Pat Hatch, the journey toward working with refugees began 35 years ago in an unlikely place: Seoul, South Korea

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Refugees Welcome

When you know what it’s like to be lost and then found, it shapes you. When the Gospel reaches your heart, your heart breaks for refugees.

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