Refugees need our help.
ASAP Ministries takes seriously the Biblical command to care for, protect, and serve the poor, persecuted, and refugees.
These people are frequently highlighted in the Bible in passages dealing with the treatment of widows, orphans, and strangers, sometimes referred to as the “vulnerable triad.”
God showed His concern for displaced persons and migrants in Deuteronomy 10:12-22, where He makes a covenant with the stranger to care for and protect them. God’s covenant with the migrant and refugee is an invitation for His faithful disciples to care for them in the same way. Jesus adds to this in Matthew 25:34-40, where He reveals that showing hospitality to and caring for the stranger is akin to doing it also to Him.
Join ASAP Ministries in seeking to be the hands and feet of Jesus
to people who are suffering from indescribable hardship.
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Stories From the Field
I'LL NEVER LOOK BACK
Life was too hard in Cambodia; between Sokhom and me, we lost a total of 25 close family members in the war. It was 1981. Two months after our wedding day, my new bride and I set out on a dangerous journey to create a new life together. Destination? Norng Samet Refugee Camp, Thailand.