The refugee life is unstable. They don’t know if they will have food. They don’t know if their daily provisions will come. Many of them have only a temporary home. And they certainly don’t know if they will ever be able to return to their home in South Sudan.
The first time I visited a refugee camp, I met Garing. He was an older man with many children, a refugee from Darfur. He was also a Muslim Background Believer (a Christian who converted from Islam).
Garing’s story was one of grace and abundance amid struggle.