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You Welcomed Me

The issue of refugees and immigrants has become so politicized in our culture with narratives of fear and protectionism often drowning out the facts and the sheer humanity of their plight. Amazingly, we might even miss the key truth behind the question, what would Jesus do? That's why this thoughtful book by Kent Annan is so necessary now, to share stories and insights through the lens of scripture. Read it as a tool to engage, because as Christ-followers we must engage in one of the most urgent humanitarian crises of our lifetime.

About This Course

In this course, using the book, videos, and the facilitator's guide you'll be exploring these questions and many others that are vital for living faithfully in our time. Wheatever your political views, this is an opportunity to come together and address important questions for our churches, community, and country today.

This curriculum includes 6 sessions. Each session includes a 7-minute video and a facilitator guide with discussion questions, Bible passages to read, a prayer, and other suggestions. This curriculum is flexible for you to adapt to what is best for your group.


Hi, my name is Kent Annan. I am happily married and have two children. I have been actively involved with global humanitarian efforts throughout my career. I co-founded a non-profit group, Haiti Partners, that focuses on education in Haiti. I also serve on the board of directors for the Equitas Group, a philanthropic foundation focused on ending child exploitation in Haiti and Southeast Asia. I have previously authored Slow Kingdom Coming (2016), After Shock (2011), and Following Jesus through the Eye of the Needle (2009). I graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University and Princeton Theological Seminary. I recently joined Wheaton College, in Wheaton, Illinois, as the Director of Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership, where I provide leadership for the new M.A. program that is within the Humanitarian Disaster Institute and Wheaton's school of Mission, Ministry and Leadership.

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