About These Books
The books listed bellow are a collection of works written and recommended by our members and partners. Purchasing books through these Amazon affiliate links will help support the development and continued maintenance of this site. More titles will be added soon!
Member Written: Christians and Cultural Differences
David I Smith and RIC 2018 Collaborative Leader Pennylyn Dykstra-Pruim have written Christians and Cultural Differences. In this book they tackle the challenge of learning to embrace cultural differences from a Christian perspective. You can buy the book on Amazon by clicking the button bellow.
Member Written: Song of Saigon: One Woman’s Journey to Freedom.
Ahn Vu Sawyer has written a book about her experiences called “Song of Saigon: One Woman’s Journey to Freedom.”In this memoir you can get an even deeper look into her amazing story.You can buy the book on Amazon by clicking the button bellow.
Recommended Read: “Making Room: Recovering Hospitality as a Christian Tradition”
We recommend the book “Making Room: Recovering Hospitality as a Christian Tradition” by Christine Pohl.
A seminal work that challenges the Church to reflect upon the import of hospitality throughout her history and invites believers to rediscover hospitable practices for the good of our neighbors.
Recommended Read: Outcasts united: A refugee team, an American town.
We recommend the book Outcasts united: A refugee team, an American town. by Warren St. John
A tale that chronicles the formation of an unlikely soccer team, the tumultuous journeys of its members, and the social changes that the team
embodied and precipitated.
Recommended Read: Seeking refuge: On the shores of the global refugee crisis.
We recommend the book Seeking refuge: On the shores of the global refugee crisis.
This highly informative, compelling book written by veteran relief workers provides an overview of the current refugee crisis and a call to action.
Recommended Read: Christians at the border: Immigration, the Church and the Bible.
We recommend the book Christians at the border: Immigration, the Church and the Bible. An interdisciplinary, evenhanded, yet compassionate exploration of a
multitude of issues related to immigration realities and policies.
About The RIC Project
The Refugee and Immigration Collaborative seeks to name the fears, put faces and stories with the statistics, and help us understand the Biblical call to care about and for refugees and immigrants. We hope to periodically send out updates with recommended resources and news from our partners. Subscribe below to never miss a post.