Your gifts help curb literal and figurative hunger pangs as asylum seekers strive to fill a craving for justice.
Hospitality is a spiritual practice that reveals what our hearts believe.
Life is one long journey. Along the way we encounter unexpected turns and moments when we wish we could just turn around but can't.
Anton Flores-Maisonet (B.S.W. ’92) frequently commutes from Decatur, Ga., to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to provide hospitality, assistance and accompaniment to recently arrived immigrants and asylum seekers at no cost.
Jorge, with watery eyes proclaimed to Yeldín, "Seguramente, Dios está con nosotros." ("Surely, God is with us.")
As travelers milled about Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on a recent Thursday afternoon, an unmarked white van came to a stop beside the airport’s domestic terminal, having completed its two-hour trip from a sprawling immigration detention facility in Southwest Georgia.
The unspeakable happened; B.'s beloved suffered a miscarriage.
We are called to be midwives of hope.