Micah Global members have stories of hope and change from around the globe.
We aim to share some of these stories here. We aim to share stories to bring hope and light and to keep mobilising for the global Church to lead the way in true transformation and shalom.
If you have a news story please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the WEA Conference in Jakarta last year, Spiritual Care Teams, consisting of people from many countries, prayed with delegates and speakers. These teams believed in the power of prayer to positively change situations, attitudes and to prepare delegates and speakers to have an even more dynamic encounter with the Lord, His Word and His people at the Conference.
The anti-racism protests in the USA are strongly resonating in Lebanon. Local voices are now rising up to denounce the underlying racism in the Lebanese society, which has overlooked for decades the many abuses faced by migrant domestic workers in the country.
On Christmas Eve 2018, hundreds of migrants: men, women and children, who had fled violence, oppression, and hunger in their home countries were released on to the streets of El Paso, Texas, by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) with nowhere to go. Hundreds more were released Christmas Day. And the day after that. And the day after that. The border was faced with a humanitarian crisis and faith communities had to decide how to respond.
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