In the complex milieu of borders, allegiances, taxes and war zones—there are more than 65 million people worldwide who are displaced and over half of these refugees are children. All are among the most vulnerable, easily overlooked, ignored, and exploited. In the face of this crisis [both globally and here in West Michigan] how can the church think critically and creatively about our calling to care for and welcome the stranger, while faithfully stewarding the communities and resources that surround us? On Feb 11, we engaged in conversation with some of the leading local and national voices to prayerfully discern a way forward.

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