Advocacy & Resources


Since DACA first began on August 15, 2012, the JFON network has helped thousands of young undocumented immigrants become DACAmented, enabling them to pursue their dreams of living happy, hopeful, and productive lives in the only country they've ever truly known.


Click HERE to view a presentation on the Inequities in the Immigration Justice System

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DACA and 800,000 Dreamers are Under Imminent Threat

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Abundant Life--JFON Knows What That Means to Refugees 

Here is a new video about the meaning of Justice for Our Neighbors in the lives of those who seek its help.  Follow an African refugee, one of "The Lost Boys" from Sudan, in his journey to safety in American and then to his goal of reaching out to help his mother, and his orphaned nieces and nephews.  Learn about the essential role of the mission of the United Methodist Church called Justice for Our Neighbors.  During this season of Lent, join us in prayer for refugees, their families and the ministry of Justice for Our Neighbors.  

You are invited to watch this video and show it to your Sunday School class or Bible study. Click HERE.

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Good friends Manuel Catalan and Doris Knigh

Learn more about the contribution of immigrants in your community and what you can do to make sure Iowa remains a welcoming place.