Posts Tagged ‘Face to Face’

Ties that Bind Us: Sisters and Stories

I’ve recently been able to witness two separate interviews involving three different sets of sisters. These sets of sisters—who walk through life together, enduring hardships, encouraging each other, and striving for one success together—are beautiful reminders of the treasures of having community and support in every part of the journey.

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Get Involved This Summer

Now that we’re settled into our office, we’re enrolling refugees at a pace we’ve never seen! Refugees around our city are eager to jump back into classrooms and mentorships. Would you consider getting involved in some way over the summer?

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From Recipient to Giver

One example of the impact of our relational approach is Samuel. This is the best story, so read it all! He came as a Congolese refugee in 2018. He was young, fatherless, untested in our cut-throat Western world, and his résumé was empty. Yet Samuel was full of ambition and hope! We connected Samuel and two other young Congolese…

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