Ending the Curse of Unoccupied Time for Refugees

Meaningful work helps refugees overcome the curse of unoccupied time. With things to do, to create, they are given relief from dwelling on painful memories.

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After New Zealand: It’s Time to Put Our Bodies on the Line for Peace

It is not enough to offer thoughts and prayers after the New Zealand shooting, after our Muslim sisters and brothers were brutally gunned down. Read more

How We Can Help War-Torn Families Remake Home

In 2019, you can remake home in Iraq, in Syria for refugees and war-torn families, for the broken and the searching. And for you. Read more

Mushrooms Are Giving Syrian Farmers Their Identity Back

Crops, mushrooms, and sheep give Syrian families the means to provide for themselves again—not just a source of food, but a source of stability. Read more

Remake Home. For Refugees. For You. For All of Us.

When you lose home, you lose a part of yourself. But home can be remade. For refugees and war-torn families, for the broken and the searching. And for you. Read more

Where Do You Start: Violence, Counterattack, or Preemptive Love?

From what seems to be politically-motivated pipe bombs in the mail, to a migrant caravan fleeing violence through Mexico, war in Syria, to a major political transition in Iraq, we have a lot to talk… Read more

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  • Mar 15, 2019

    After New Zealand: It’s Time to Put Our Bodies on the Line for Peace

  • Jan 22, 2019

    How We Can Help War-Torn Families Remake Home

  • Dec 14, 2018

    Mushrooms Are Giving Syrian Farmers Their Identity Back

  • Dec 10, 2018

    Remake Home. For Refugees. For You. For All of Us.

  • Oct 25, 2018

    Where Do You Start: Violence, Counterattack, or Preemptive Love?