Every day, more than 32,000 men, women and children follow a trail of exile from their home country to a place of refuge. As 100,000 refugees are resettled around the world each year, a majority arrive in the United States from countries like Burma, Congo, Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan, Iraq and Syria. What should be the church’s response to this growing crisis? How should the Christian compassionately respond in this highly controversial migration? In these two weeks, we will consider how God’s people can welcome the stranger.