Missions | Christians in Southern California who help international refugees rebuild their lives are discovering a new mission field
by Sophia Lee
Posted 8/07/15, 01:00 am
ANAHEIM, Calif.—They looked lost and haggard at the Los Angeles airport terminal, watching human traffic zigzag in all directions. It had been a long flight from Afghanistan via Saudi Arabia for the family of five and the 25-year-old bachelor. They’d been strangers back home, but here in this bustling airport, the family and young man were linked by a temporary kinship: They were all Muslim Afghan refugees waiting for a stranger to pick them up in a strange country.