Caring for Refugees in Crisis

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A FREE 3-PART SERIES

Best Practices for Helping Displaced People

Increase your awareness, get resourced and catalyze your church to share Christ’s love and compassion to refugee families as they resettle in local U.S. communities.

 

Session 1   |   The Refugee Crisis and Afghanistan: An Introduction

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Session 2   |   Refugee Crises: Welcoming & Equipped Engagement

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Session 3   |   Refugee Crises: Practical Training & Resources

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FEATURING

Dr. Cathy Sigmund
Matthew Soerens
Anya Holcomb
Irma Chon
Pete Brokopp
Doug Prentice
Kevin Pies
Bruce Lyman
Raed Awabdeh
Dr. Fawn McCracken

IN COLLABORATION WITH

8-Week Instructor-Led Courses

Take a deeper dive into refugee care

Refugee Ministry Series

The Refugee Experience

Gain understanding of the trauma and challenges refugees experience before, during and after resettlement, through a biblical lens.

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Refugee Ministry Series

Refugee Issues + Interventions

Understand how trauma impacts refugees emotionally, psychologically, physically and spiritually, and engage a framework for care and healing.

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Refugee Ministry Series

Refugee Resilience + Recovery

Explore a framework for helping refugees heal from emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual trauma.

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO LEARN ON CMTI:

Personal Computer:  You must have access to a computer with Windows 8/10 or Mac OS X to complete the course work. Linux OS based computers will function for most online content, but you may run into some restrictions when trying to view multimedia content.  

Internet Service: High-speed internet service is recommended. 

CMTI Learning Management System:This course will be administered online here at cmti.crown.edu. CMTI runs on a different platform than Canvas. If you have a Crown Canvas account, please note that this login and password are NOT linked, and changing the password on one does not change your password on the other.

Microsoft Office:  Students must submit assignments in Microsoft Word or PDF format unless otherwise specified in order to be graded by Crown’s instructors.