We listened to their stories and our hearts were broken open to their struggles.
Many refugees struggle to find ways to survive as basic as finding a minimum wage job, learning how to drive, acclimating their children to our school system and most importantly finding faithful friends that will walk the journey with them.
Over the years we’ve become bonded friends with those struggling to make a new life here; walking the path with them in anyway that we could. In our work we’ve discerned the need for a designated local space for pressing into this issue. This space will exist to empower our refugees neighbors to move beyond surviving into thriving.
This is a project our faith community is undertaking. If you feel compelled, please help us develop the Renewal House.