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Loving the Stranger: Welcoming Immigrants in the Name of Jesus by Jessica Udall

Religion and Migration: Negotiating Hospitality, Agency, and Vulnerability by Andrea Bieler, et al

The God Who Sees by Karen Gonzalez

A Better Country by Cindy Wu

There Goes the Neighborhood by Ali Noorani

Assimilate or Go Home by D.L. Mayfield

When You Can’t Go Home by Karisa Keasey

The Ungrateful Refugee by Dina Nayeri

Invited by Leslie Verner

Who Is My Neighbor? by Phillip and Kandace Connor

A Place to Land by Kate Motaung

You Welcomed Me by Kent Annan

Strangers Next Door by J.D. Payne

Once We Were Strangers by Shawn Smucker

The Ministry of Ordinary Places by Shannan Martin

Intercultural Discipleship by W. Jay Moon

Welcoming the Stranger by Matthew Soerens and Jenny Yang

The Gospel Comes with a House Key by Rosaria Butterfield

Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue

Immigration by Dale Hanson Bourke

Exit West by Mohsin Hamid

The Bonhoeffer of Africa by Abeneazer Gezahegn Urga

Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid

From the back cover: “Most American Christians think that helping immigrants is a good idea in theory, but few actually get involved in the ministry of welcome because they feel afraid, concerned, or overwhelmed by busyness. Loving the Stranger addresses these fears in an understanding way, answers these concerns in a way that will resonate regardless of people’s political convictions, and lays out simple ways to begin welcoming immigrants in the midst of our busy lives by simply welcoming them into our lives.”

Faith and Forced Migration Blog

Your source for smart, compassionate commentary and counsel on issues pertaining to refugees.

World Relief

This organization has twenty offices around the US and partners with local churches to serve and help refugees.

International Students Inc. (ISI)

This organization is dedicated to facilitating friendships between American volunteers (students or non-students) and international students attending 677 schools across the US.