Compelled by the Gospel to walk in each other’s shoes

The Gospel compels us to bring about a transformation in people’s lives and into the communities because all people in all communities have a contribution to make. There are over 3,000 refugees in North Carolina. We look for ways that will seek to be beloved community to those who literally spent years on the refugee highway, unable to work and far away from family. We advocate on behalf of them and look to find ways to help their transition. This ministry of welcoming refugees is all about building beloved community together as we practice radical hospitality by being willing to go outside of our comfort zone. Because, in order to truly cultivate beloved community, we need to somehow, some way walk in each other’s shoes.”

– Marc and Kim Wyatt, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel, Research Triangle, North Carolina

Mission Bite 78 Wyatt

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