How Can We Help Refugees? More Thoughts: February 1 NewsletterNewsletter / Produced by The High Calling
In June 2016, we published a newsletter on helping refugees through our work. In the light of current events, we think that the topic is important enough to revisit.
We've revised and updated that newsletter to help you as you love mercy, do justice, and walk humbly with God in the light of the Biblical witness. We're including a bonus link too, a daily reflection that challenges us to let our hearts break over the things that break God's. (For even more practical tips on meeting the needs of refugees, click here.)
Take heart: the crisis is great, but God is greater. And he is a God who welcomes all weary wanderers home.
The Faces Behind the Labels
From The High Calling
Dena Dyer worked at a charity helping to resettle refugees and learned some surprising lessons. Read more
Justice for Orphans and the Oppressed
From The High Calling
In this classic daily reflection, Mark Roberts reminds those of us who have power in the workplace to use our power for God's purposes, and gives a word of hope to those without power. Read more
Treating Workers Fairly
From the Theology of Work Project
The Bible reminds us that our thoughts on immigrants and the workplace should be ruled by holiness, not practical expediency. Read more
Jesus' Love at Work (Free Devotional)
The demands, pressures and stress of work can put a huge strain on relationships with our coworkers. This 4-day plan from Theology of Work Project and Workmatters provides simple steps you can take to be more loving to your coworkers that will transform those relationships and increase both joy and productivity at work.
Published by The High Calling, February 1, 2017. Image by DUCKMARX . Used with Permission.
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