March and April 2017 Newsletter

You can read all of our March and April updates from our recent newsletter! God brought Tracy from being homeless herself to now leading the advocate program and serving…

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January 2016 Newsletter

If you missed our January Newsletter, you can view it here! One of our volunteers shares her thoughts on similarities between ourselves and foreign peoples. Also, check out our…

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November 2016 Newsletter

If you missed our November Newsletter, you can view it here! We highlighted a story from a generous donor to show our deep appreciation for their support. Also, DASH…

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October 2016 Newsletter

You can read all about our fundraising event from our October newsletter, here! Read all about our exciting fundraiser event from earlier in the month, as well as how…

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September 2016 Newsletter

You can find our September newsletter here! We are inviting folks in to partner with the mission of DASH, and we would love to have you join! Also, get…

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August 2016 Newsletter

If you missed our very first Newsletter from August 2016, you can view it here! A family of asylum-seekers welcomes a new baby into the world and chooses to…

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Regarding the American Delusion of Boundaries

“Every age has its own outlook. It is specially good at seeing certain truths and specially liable to make certain mistakes. We all, therefore, need the books that will…

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How We Started

How We Started – (The founder’s story) My first job, after graduating from TCU, was at an organization that provided mental health care for both refugees and asylum seekers, called…

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DFW Before DASH

The following are real stories about what happened to asylum seekers once they arrived in DFW: “I found a family that was from my country, and asked if I…

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What Happened Overseas

The following are the real background stories of real people in DFW who filed for asylum: “My parents were journalists and wanted our country to know the truth about…

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DASH Network: How We Got Here

At the age of only 16, our friend from Eritrea thinly escaped with her life from Muslim persecution to seek safety and asylum status in America. She is a…

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Struck Down But Not Destroyed: Abigale’s Story

When I first met Abigale I remember being struck by both the strength and the softness in her brown face, which bore scars of her story. Framing her right…

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R's Story of Healing

  Today I am feeling like a joyful, proud mama… but not of my boys. I am joyful for and proud of my friend R. R is an asylum…

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Meeting in the Middle

 “When a stranger sojourns with you in your land, you shall not do him wrong. You shall treat the stranger who sojourns with you as the native among you,…

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DASH Family Brings New Life

What an honor! This beautiful DASH mama named her child after the DASH volunteer who has sown so much welcoming love and compassion into their lives. “Just when I…

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New Dream for DASH

A message from the founder… Since our founding nearly four years ago, we have functioned only as a ministry of City Church. Now, we believe that God is expanding…

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