How It Feels to Be a Refugee

Source: Women’s Missionary Union, via Loving the Stranger

“Refugee.” The very word evokes strong emotions. These emotions cross the spectrum from pity, doubt, and fear to love, compassion, and benevolence. How does your faith community respond?

Seeking Refuge: A Refugee Simulation is designed to help the American church empathize with refugees by understanding their experiences before they arrived in America. Use with students and/or adults, with suggested adaptations to help you customize the experience for your participants.

Sign up for this free resource by email. You can learn more from an article at Loving the Stranger, a blog which also includes more great material about welcoming immigrants, etc.

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