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.”
The Bible mandate to love the foreigner is lived out in Michigan through Justice For Our Neighbors.