The Last Green Valley by Mark Sullivan
“On the run from one enemy. At the mercy of another.” From bestselling author Mark Sullivan comes a new historical novel inspired by one family’s incredible story of daring, survival, and triumph.
Arrive Ministries’ Board Chair Chuck Martel’s grandparents are the inspiration for this new novel. In late March 1944, as Stalin’s forces push into Ukraine, young Emil and Adeline Martel must make a terrible decision: Do they wait for the Soviet bear’s intrusion and risk being sent to Siberia? Or do they reluctantly follow the wolves—murderous Nazi officers who have pledged to protect “pure-blood” Germans?
No Longer Strangers: Transforming Evangelism with Immigrant Communities
Edited by Eugene Cho and Samira Izadi Page
Foreword by Ann Voskamp
What does evangelism look like at its best?
Evangelism can hurt sometimes. Well-meaning Christians who welcome immigrants and refugees and share the gospel with them will often alienate the very people they are trying to serve through cultural misconceptions or insensitivity to their life experiences. In No Longer Strangers, diverse voices lay out a vision for a healthier evangelism that can honor the most vulnerable—many of whom have lived through trauma, oppression, persecution, and the effects of colonialism—while foregrounding the message of the gospel.
World Relief’s mini-series Life Across Borders
Immigration, mass displacement and refugee resettlement are complex issues. At the heart of these issues, though, are women, men and children who are made in the image of God and long to live flourishing lives. In this monthly series from World Relief, gain a global and biblical perspective on the subject of immigration, diving into current policies and practices and sharing stories of our collective human experience.