Evangelicals unite in push to help refugees

December 21, 2015

CHICAGO (BP) -- Three Southern Baptists are among an interdenominational, ad-hoc group of evangelicals who have drafted and signed a joint declaration on caring for refugees in the midst of a humanitarian crisis affecting nearly 60 million displaced persons worldwide.

 

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