The Love Thy Neighbor forum was an insightful discussion as we heard from Shantelle & Chad Mullinik with the West Colfax Lampstand. As well as Juan with Providence Bible & Roberto with Renuevo Church. 

It seemed like an appropriate time for those who had been working diligently on the issue to share and connect, as well as to glean and discern next steps. 

When Roberto and Juan shared their story of working together to serve 70 Venezuelan migrants that had walked through the doors of Renuevo Church, it seemed apparent that their collaboration was not only unique but possibly a future model for bridging resources to serve the needs of our new neighbors. 

We are currently exploring how to bridge this gap and would love to know your current engagement and if you are currently hosting and serving migrants and if your church might engage in a similar collaboration.

Please let us know by sending me an email.



Thank you for your engagement, and service as the Body of Christ!

Peace to you,



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