January February 2001

 

 Stranger In A Strange Land

 

When Moses Lasu left the Sudan, he didn't have time to pack a suitcase, book a flight and grab a taxi to the airport. Rather, having earlier evacuated his family, he fled for his life. Sixteen months later, the Lasus arrived in the United States where two Indiana churches have helped them settle into their new life.

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