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No Strangers Here: Christian Hospitality and Refugee Ministry in Twenty-First-Century Hong Kong
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No Strangers Here: Christian Hospitality and Refugee Ministry in Twenty-First-Century Hong Kong

Author: Judy Chan
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Churches are traditionally among the first to respond to the call to aid strangers in distress. In this age of globalization, one group of strangers in particular—asylum seekers and refugees—is in urgent need of welcome as they flee their homelands in search of safety. This same group, however, faces hostility and rejection in many places. What should be the church’s response? No Strangers Here argues that Christian hospitality offers a powerful theological and pastoral response to such vulnerable strangers in our midst.

For that to happen, the church must answer two questions: “What is Christian hospitality?” and “How do we put it into practice with refugees and asylum seekers?” Part One answers the first question with a cross-disciplinary study of sacred hospitality in both ancient and modern times. Part Two tackles the second with a fascinating case study of the church’s outreach to refugees and asylum seekers in an international Chinese city. As communities worldwide receive refugees and asylum seekers, this book offers Christian hospitality and the Hong Kong experience as one hopeful response to needy strangers at our doorstep. It is a welcome theological and practical resource for refugee ministry in the twenty-first century.


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