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- We value visiting those suffering persecution and being with them in person, all with a view to building relationship and friendship as well as being mutually challenged, encouraged and empowered.
- If suffering is a wound, suffering alone is an even greater wound. A focused time of seeing, listening, and being with those who suffer validates and dignifies their experience and life and assures them that they are not alone. Furthermore, prioritizing being with these people is a ministry of hospitality whereby, in the name of Jesus, we make room (in our schedule and in our hearts); it is a way of both communicating care and love.