Once we were strangers : what friendship with a Syrian refugee taught me about loving my neighbor / Shawn Smucker.
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- ISBN: q
- Physical Description: 195 pages ; 21 cm.
- Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI : Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Grains of sand -- Help -- The question -- Babel -- If we are lucky -- You are friends now -- The long walk -- Finding mohammad -- Finding hope -- Za'atari -- Do you remember? -- Neighbors -- Falling all around us -- Learning -- The unexpected guest (or, my first ramadan meal) -- Deeper into Jordan -- A place he will not see again -- Abba -- Smiling through it all -- Let's be neighbors -- Bring me your tired -- The good city -- The diagnosis and the cure -- Through trees and shadows -- Once we were strangers -- When are you coming back?
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