One of the great and oldest global challenges today is migration. Since ages humanity has been migrating. There are some more than 250 million people— live outside their country of origin. The magnitude and complexity of national and international migration make it an important force in the development and a high-priority issue for both developing and developed countries. The fact that about half of all migrants are women, most of the reproductive age, is another reason this a pressing issue for humanity today. Statistically, the Democratic Republic of Congo is ranked number one in the world with the highest number of internally displaced people. Beyond that, there are hundreds of thousands of refugees living in camps in the surrounding regional countries, namely: Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya, Central African Republic, Tchad, Angola, Zambia among others. Strikingly, because of the cycle of violence, they find themselves moving from camp to camp and place to place with no chance to settle down and make a life. Amidst all the migration narratives we read and hear in the news including the current how does the church respond to this highly prioritized issue called migration?