Course Description


Every day tens of thousands of people are newly uprooted from their homes because of violence and persecution. While the number of forcibly displaced people continues to rise, the options for how to help these people find a solution are shrinking.

In light of this global crisis, you might be asking questions like these:

Do I or my community actually have anything to offer in the midst of such a complex problem?

What is it that refugees, asylum seekers, and other people forced to flee their homes really need?

This one hour course will give you a paradigm for understanding different ways of engaging with the issue of forced displacement that are truly helpful. Also, you will learn how the strengths of a local church provide an ideal context for the recovery of forcibly displaced people.

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The Role of the Church in a Refugee Crisis

Introducing IAFR's Continuum of Response

What is it that refugees, asylum seekers, and other people forced to flee their homes really need?


Do I... or does our church... have anything to offer in the midst of such a complex, global problem?


This short course will give you a paradigm for understanding different ways of engaging with the issue of forced displacement that are truly helpful. Also, you will learn what kind of role a local church can play in responding to this crisis.