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Migration is not a modern concept. People have migrated for thousands of years. For some people, migration is a way of life as they search for pasture or other livelihood interests. Others may be moving to escape from problems, or to find a better livelihood for themselves and their children.

This edition of Footsteps includes an overview of the topic of migration, articles about how the local church can respond to migration in different contexts, and the relationship between migration and the environment.

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