Lutherans have a deep-rooted history in refugee and immigrant issues. One of every six Lutherans in the world was a refugee or displaced person after WWII. The God-given dignity in all people and value of family unity have been cornerstones of ELCA faith-based advocacy, and we understand that many immagrants, as well as their families, are both afraid and confused by these developments. Daily experience of ministries, Lutheran organizations and members “Keep before us – so that we do not forget – the grim realities many immigrants face and the strength of character and resourcefulness newcomers demonstrate,” notes the ELCA social message.
For updates and how you can help please visit Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service.
Help Migrant Children at The Border! What is happening with migrant children at the Border? The first step to help migrant children at the border is to understand why they have left the only home they have ever known. Click here to go to full article and to find ways you can help: LIRS