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    Thuy Do, the woman in front, was born in Vietnam. She and her husband are helping this Afghan family. (AP/Ted S. Warren)
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    Jesse welcomes Abdul and his son. Jesse is letting them stay in a house he owns. (AP/Ted S. Warren)
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    The family left Afghanistan this summer. (AP/Ted S. Warren)
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    These Vietnamese people came to America years ago. Now many are helping Afghan refugees. (AP/Robert Jarboe)
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    Many people left Vietnam in boats. (AP)
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There was fighting and war in Vietnam [vee-et-nahm] years ago. Many people left the country. It was not safe for them.

They remember how it felt. They will help Afghans [aff-gans] who come to the United States.

Pray: Ask God to show you how to help children who are new to your school or church.

Read More: Vietnamese Americans are the sixth largest immigrant group in the United States. They remember how scary it was to live in a place that was very different from their homeland. Many now are ready to help Afghan refugees who move to their towns. The Afghans will need so many things: places to live, money, jobs, and much more. Vietnamese Americans can show them that life will get better. Christians can teach them what 1 Timothy 2:5 says: “For there is one God, and there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.” That is the best Christmas gift of all!