Accompanier Reports

Agua Prieta: Jesus With You

by Bill Branch and Beth Newell, accompaniers in Agua Prieta [caption id="attachment_1833" align="alignright" width="312"] Mural of migrants riding "La Bestia" train, at CAME[/caption] In the courtyard at C.A.M.E. (Centro de Atencion al Migrante "Exodus") is…

Agua Prieta: “Normal and Surreal”

by Cathy Surgenor, Accompanier in Agua Prieta, Sonora. Español abajo. [caption id="attachment_1779" align="alignright" width="361"] Accompaniers outside the Migrant Resource Center in Agua Prieta.[/caption] On Thursday, my last morning in Agua Prieta, my accompaniment partner and…

Agua Prieta: Anger and Hope

by Faith Garlington, accompanier in Agua Prieta, Sonora “The line” refers to the space just to the east of the Port of Entry in Agua Prieta, where people are waiting for their numbers to be…

Agua Prieta: Life Before The Line

- Ruth Noel and Faith Garlington, accompaniers in Agua Prieta, Sonora Entering a new context means building new relationships and learning new language. You’ll see some terms in this report that might not be familiar…

A Persistence of Faith

This accompanier report was written by Jeff Hornbeck. Jeff and his accompaniment partner, Steve Minnema, are serving as Accompaniers in Urabá in March 2019. To visit rural Colombia towns like El Tres as accompaniers is to learn…