Migration is a phenomenon as old as time and one that is deeply rooted in the history of Christianity and the Bible itself. To discern how God calls us to engage issues of migration and caring for people on the move or living in diaspora, we must first study what the Bible says about related issues, then apply these biblical principles to how we respond. This page provides migration and immigration resources for engaging the issues of migration and caring for people on the move or living in diaspora, both locally and globally.
Learn the steps that you can take as a Christian to help refugees and displaced people.
Read people’s personal stories of migration and hear how people have been impacted by engaging with migrants. Maybe even share your own migration story.
Liturgical, Bible study, and prayer resources about migration
Hymns and songs about immigration/migration
Podcasts about migration from a faith perspective
Jael’s husband was detained within weeks of their wedding. Join Jael Serrano Altamirano and Rev. Liz Testa as they discuss what overcoming has looked like in the face of immigration and detainment for loved ones.
In talking about her latest guest JJ TenClay host Kate Kooyman says, “From JJ… I was able to gain such a different perspective, a better perspective on the global-ness of the refugee situation around the world.”
Alberto La Rosa is a Duke Divinity School Th.D. candidate. His doctoral work focuses on a theology of immigration, and in this interview he shares why his work is important in today’s cultural moment, and what it is like to approach theology of immigration as an immigrant himself.