Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2012’

A year with refugees & Episcopal Migration Ministries

A year with refugees & Episcopal Migration Ministries

  What a busy year it’s been! We’ve had a moment to catch our breath and will be working to catch you up on all the awesome projects this year has brought with it. Once again, one of our most rewarding experiences has been the chance to travel around the country telling the story of […]

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Speaking Turkish w/ the students of NSLI-Y

Speaking Turkish w/ the students of NSLI-Y

Learning another language has never been my strong suit. Every time we are working abroad I have this sense of shame when I can’t greet someone in their own tongue, instead reverting to silence or worse “Hello”. But language is more than just a way to order food or ask for directions, it’s the first real step towards […]

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My friend Nadeem lives there!

My friend Nadeem lives there!

Can you imagine traveling half-way around the world to a completely different climate, to live with a new family, speak a new language, and start a new school for a year… all at 16? Earlier this year, we headed to the small town of Whitefish, Montana to tell the story of Nadeem who did just […]

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