Families remain separated at the U.S. border. What can be done by people who care?
One year after his story was told, this DACA recipient still wonders what the future holds.
For this family, the tradition of Las Posadas involved a personal search for safe lodging for Christ’s birth.
The two Justice For Our Neighbors affiliates in Michigan announce their merger January 1, 2018.
Justice For Our Neighbors has made a difference in the lives of 15,000 clients since 2013.
United Methodists in Michigan are feeling the impact of the administration’s action on DACA.
Two members of Kalamazoo 1st UMC edited a volume of poetry to benefit Justice For Our Neighbors.
Coming to the U.S. from India, a family turns to Justice For Our Neighbors for hope and help.
World Refugee Day is June 20. Michigan congregations are encouraged to learn and act.
Rob Rutland-Brown, Director of National Justice For Our Neighbors, says needs for service have “skyrocketed.”