My First Thanksgiving On a cold, snowy night in November of 2004, I went to my first Thanksgiving dinner. It was in Rochester, MI, and we were going to the
Keep Your Door Easy on Its Hinges “We live in a very immigrant-rich neighborhood. [Living here] has changed our hearts. It has changed our perspective over time and it continues
Diving Deeper We’re so glad you’ve joined us on this journey into Christ-like Welcome. If you haven’t already downloaded the free, five-week study Christ-like Welcome: The Life-Changing Welcome of Jesus, go
Stories of Triumph and Hope Did you spend weeks of your summer glued to the television watching the games unfold in Tokyo or did it pass by without you noticing?
Why We Do What We Do In late September, as I perused the Women of Welcome public page, I noticed under the ad for the documentary Who Is Welcome Here? that a
Celebrating the Enrichment Diversity Brings June is Immigrant Heritage Month. As we celebrate the ways diversity enriches our communities and society, we are listening to stories that celebrate immigrants! We’re