By mid-August, the local office of evangelical aid group World Relief was so overwhelmed by contributions to help Afghans arriving in the Chicago area it didn’t have the capacity to store them. Neither did Immanuel ...
As the situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated in the last week, many Americans are looking for ways to help—but they want to know which ministries are equipped to help those left on the ground and ...
Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, head of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, described President Biden's claim that Afghans did not want to leave the country as 'misleading at best.'
As most Americans absorbed the shock of the Taliban’s full takeover of Afghanistan, officials at Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service followed the rapidly deteriorating situation with resignation, knowing it could have gone differently.
World Relief President Scott Arbeiter and CEO Tim Breene announced in February they were stepping down
World Relief announced Tuesday, July 20 that longtime staff member Myal Greene will become the next president and CEO of the evangelical Christian humanitarian organization.
President Joe Biden’s administration has reversed a decision to keep in place a historically low cap on refugee admissions left by Donald Trump, saying it will raise the ceiling next month after faith-based groups initially ...
The State Department is no longer making publicly available a number of statistics about refugees admitted into the United States, including their religious affiliation.
Prayer & Action Initiative also releases “Biblical Justice and Race Statement”
A network of more than a dozen Christian groups is launching an initiative to address police reform.
According to a new report released Friday from two Christian groups, the United States is falling short of protecting persecuted Christians worldwide.