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March 2024 Monthly Focus

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Mission Focus | Boston, MA

Missionaries | Aimee Stucke


Aimee Stucke is the Geneva Initiative coordinator at Send Relief’s Boston ministry center. In this role, Aimee works with churches to establish Refugee Care Circles, which support newly arrived refugees in the United States. Supported by volunteers in local churches, these groups demonstrate God’s love to refugee families by helping them with practical needs and providing them with critical connection and community that ease the burden of settling into a new life in the US. In addition to helping refugees find caring communities, Aimee, through the Geneva Initiative, provides refugees practical training that will set them up for success in the US.

5 Fun Facts about the Special Workers

  1. Before Aimee Stucke was with Send Relief, she volunteered 6 to 10 hours a week at a refugee resettlement.

  2. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stucke memorize Bible verses.

  3. Reading books about refugees is one way the Stuckes learn more ways to help them.

  4. Mrs. Stucke is grateful to teachers and leaders at her church who taught her about God, Jesus, and the Bible.

  5. Mrs. Stucke works with four Refugee Care Circles to help refugees get established in the United States.

Prayer Requests

  • Pray for Aimee and Coleman Stucke as they help refugees who are moving to Boston, Massachusetts.

  • Pray for Aimee Stucke on her birthday (March 28) as she coordinates volunteers, churches, and helpers who work with refugees.

  • Pray for helpers at Refugee Care Circles to have opportunities to tell refugees about Jesus as they help them learn to live in the United States.

  • Pray for God to call more churches to come and help refugees in Boston.

  • Pray for refugees who are healing from hard times.

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