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Refugees in Paris

Since 2011 over 11 million people have fled war, famine, terror, and extreme poverty in N. Africa and the Middle East. At least 500,000 of those refugees have landed in France. Out of these extreme conditions a new church was planted: Paris @home. This small church has centered their congregational life around ministry to refugees. With food, expert legal advice, French language classes, interpreters, and big hearts they've sought to welcome the masses of refugees struggling to scrape together a new life. What's more, it's led by both refugees and French residents. If you've watched the migrant crisis from afar and wished you could do something, you won't do better than helping this young church. To give and/or learn more go here:…/projects-europe-middle…/athome/. Also, help me reach more people by sharing this video. Thanks!

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