Articles / blogs
7.16.18 | Matthew Soerens of World Relief | The Baby in the Manger and at the Border: What Paula White Gets Wrong
6.18.18 | Tim Breene of World Relief | How will the Lens of History of History Judge Us?
6.19.18 | Christian Community Development Association | Families Belong Together
5.24.18 | Washington Post | The Group Least Likely to Think the U.S. has a Responsibility to Accept Refugees? Evangelicals.
9.13.16 | Cato Institute | Terrorism and Immigration: A Risk Analysis
2.29.16 | LifeWay Research | Churches Twice as Likely to Fear Refugees Than to Help Them
2.7.18 | Letter in the Washington Post Top Evangelical Leaders and Pastors from all 50 States Urge Action to Help Vulnerable Immigrants
City of Thorns: Nine Lives in the World's Largest Refugee Camp by Ben Rawlence
The Hundred Year Walk by Dawn Anahid Mackeen
West of Kabul, East of New York by Tamim Ansary
What is the What by Dave Eggers
Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue
Children and Young Readers
This recent NY Times piece covers children’s stories specifically about Muslim refugees.
Publisher's Weekly recommended books on the refugee crisis for young readers.
The Good Braider by Terry Farish
Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion, & Truth in the Immigration Debate written by World Relief Staff. Revised addition published in 2018.
Asimilate or Go Home: Notes From a Failed Missionary by D.L. Mayfield
Charity Detox: What Charity Would Look Like If We Cared About Results by Robert D. Lupton
When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor...And Yourself by Steve Corbett, Brian Fikkert, John Perkins, David Platt
The Dangerous Act of Loving Your Neighbor by Mark Labberton
Resident Aliens: Life in the Christian Colony by Stanley Hauerwas
VIDEOS / Films
Hana & Saeed: After their home was destroyed by rockets, Hana and her children fled Syria to relative safety in a neighboring country. There they found leaders like Saeed and Clara providing help and hope for refugees and their families (4:44 minutes).
Valley of the Children: The story of two families who were resettled into the United States (7:40 minutes).
Al's Story: When violent extremists burned down his mother’s medical clinic and attempted to kidnap him, Al and his parents fled Iraq and were eventually resettled in the U.S. (4:03 minutes).
The Stranger: This documentary film, commisioned by the Evangelical Immigration Table, highlights three immigrant stories and includes interviews with local and national Christian leaders (40 minutes).
National Association of Evangelicals: Our Refugee Crisis with Scott Arbeiter, President of World Relief, and Leith Anderson, President of the NAE
Fuller Studio: Finding Jesus Among Refugees and the Undocumented
Displaced (IRC Podcast): Alex Aleinikoff: Let's Start With How We Define ‘Refugee'