REFUGEE CARE THAT CHANGES LIVES

in Dallas, TX

The gospel of Jesus Christ is a crucial part of everything we do. It is our ultimate hope and the hope for the nations.

We provide long-term education for the whole family, from daily adult ESL classes to after-school tutoring.

Helping families adjust to life in the US and connecting them with key resources is foundational to our ministry.

Here is a lesson for Levels 5 & 6: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bw7V1s-LeLU&authuser=0 This is an introduction really to Kwame Alexander and to the artist Kamir Nelson. Also read history about Kwame from VOA English here: learningenglish.voanews.com/a/kwame-alexander-the-undefeated/4975090.html www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cHIWtl8PNk ... See MoreSee Less
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Level 4 students, this lesson is about Kamala Harris, the new Vice President. www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fQLS4XkmSE&authuser=0 ... See MoreSee Less
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A lesson on New Year's Resolutionswww.youtube.com/watch?v=bnNj18zggEE&authuser=0 ... See MoreSee Less
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Safari and his family arrived in America after spending twenty years in a refugee camp. Read his remarkable story of surviving the Rwandan Genocide at Neighbors from the NationsSAFARI - 18/26: Coming to America!“It’s the first time to get in the airplane. So when they gave us the appointment of coming here, we started to think about how we will go in the airplane. With 8 kids! And when we get to the airport, we start to see the planes and we were thinking about how the plane will fly! And how it will stay in the sky! How will it fly? When it was starting to fly, all of us, we cry! We cry! Even my children. 'OHHHHHH!' We were scared! Will this plane fly? Because it’s the first time to go on the airplane! So, you know, when the airplane go up in the stomach, there is something which can go up. And when it goes down, there is something like, goes down. It was that. We think about how we will get in America!So when we get at the airport, we have seen many, many different people. We were at DFW. Our meeting was with somebody, somebody who came to welcoming us, because they had a sign. And that sign, on the sign they wrote our names over there! All of the names! Safari, my wife, all of the kids! When we saw the sign, we said, 'Oh, my God, we get in America!' I feel better and I have cry. Because it was a surprise to get here in United States! It's real! All of my kids, they surprised. It’s like, it’s like, to come to this place, you go in the good place. It’s like, sometimes you can’t cry. You be serious. But you happy in your heart.In our culture, where we were, it was wonderful to have a cow. But when we got in America, we didn’t get it, a cow. So, even though, because we don’t have any decision to get it, it’s better to leave the cow in your mind because you don’t have a place where you can put a cow.”#nftn #tutsi #hutu #genocide #comingtoamerica #dfw #refugee #resettlement #dallas #texas #congo #rwanda #refugeecamp #firsttimetofly #unitedstates #america #grateful #cows ... See MoreSee Less
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Follow us over at Neighbors from the NationsRead Safari's story. It is powerful. He survived genocide, massacres, starvation, and decades in a refugee camp. We promise it is worth your time to read his story of resilience and strength. ... See MoreSee Less
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