Refugee Man Collapses In Texas Airport As He’s Reunited With His Family After Four Years Apart
I dare you to watch the reunion of this refugee family in a Texas airport and not begin to weep.
They’ve been separated for four years since the war in Sudan forced them to flee.
The mother and children were allowed to immigrate to America from a Sudanese refugee camp.
The woman’s husband wasn’t allowed in the country until this remarkable day.
Actually, the mother was pregnant when she arrived, so you’re about to see a father meet his son for the first time.
A refugee ministry from The Village Church took this family in as their cause, supporting them, helping them work through the maze of immigration red tape.
Finally, their prayers were answered a few months ago.
This reunion, the joy, the gratitude is one of the most beautiful things I’ve seen.
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