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Spark Church on the Refugee Crisis
09.13.15 | #RefugeesWelcome (39:15) Slides.

11.15.15 | Some Thoughts On The Attacks (40:01) Special Guest, Omair Akhtar. Slides.

11.22.15 | Living Out Of Abundance (49:46) Slides.

02.28.16 | The Boats Are Coming Special guest, former Assemblywoman Sally Lieber ( shares her experiences in Lesvos, Greece working with incoming refugees, exhorting us all to consider our response when we see the boats coming.

05.01.16 | Part IPart II Dr. Curt Rhodes from Questscope shares his insights from 30 years of experience working in the Middle East, now particularly addressing the needs of Syrians in the Za'atari Refugee Camp in Jordan.

07.24.16 | A Report From Greece (39:16) Slides. Special Guests, Stacy Ishigaki & Lauren Chan, return from five weeks investigating the refugee crisis in Greece, bringing recommendations for future steps.

Spark is addressing the refugee crisis in Syria, the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II. Displaced Syrian families lack adequate shelter, clothing, food, and basic supplies. Our partnership organization, World Vision has scaled up their response to the crisis, and Spark's help is needed more than ever. We have pledged to raise $10,000 towards the following needs, and we invite you to join us! Our gift will be matched SIX TIMES by USAID. Click the link to the left to give.

$15 can provide a blanket to a refugee.
$50 can provide a refugee with food for one month.
$55 can provide a family with clean, safe water using a water filter.
$100 can help provide a learning program for refugee children, preparing them for school.
$250 can help establish a safe space for children to play and begin healing from trauma.
$325 can provide newly-arrived refugees with the basics they need to survive their first month.
$3,875 can keep a Child-Friendly Space running for one month, providing a safe place for 120 children to play.


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