The Refugee Burden That Will Not Go Away (World Refugee Day in DC 2017)

In October of last year, I made a promise.  My burden for the suffering in and around the war-torn country of Syria and its refugee crisis had hit a breaking point. I promised - "I will not do nothing." I promised to pray for the refugee crisis in the Middle East daily, and to actively seek … Continue reading The Refugee Burden That Will Not Go Away (World Refugee Day in DC 2017)

Why I signed the letter to President Trump on behalf of refugees. 

PLEASE DO NOT COMMENT BELOW OR ANYWHERE ELSE UNLESS YOU HAVE READ THIS POST IN ITS ENTIRETY. Thanks. At present, this issue sparks emotional reactions from many to say the least. In the last 24 hours, I have received lots of feedback from both Christians and non-Christians. So many have been gracious towards me and compassionate … Continue reading Why I signed the letter to President Trump on behalf of refugees. 

Syrian children are not politics.

These children are not politics. They are casualties, and their stories are tragic. Their world is the definition of a living nightmare, and images of thousands of Syrian children just like them assail us daily. My heart breaks for these people in so many ways. Anyone who knows me well could tell you how often … Continue reading Syrian children are not politics.