Loving God,

Serving People,

Building a Better Nation

What Is Sojourners United?

This world is filled with the temporary .... but there are ways to make lasting differences.

A sojourner, from the Latin "to stay for a day", realizes that wherever one lives is temporary, not their home.  The focus is not necessarily on the journey, but on what can be done that day.

In Hebrew, "sojourner" (maguwr) means "a temporary abode", in essence being a stranger or alien in a place that is not your home.  It represents one who leaves their home and journeys to another place temporarily.  

Sojourners United journeys to help people in crisis, those who have lost their homes due to wars and natural disasters.  We focus on helping refugees and internally displaced people who have fled for their lives by providing holistic health care to those experiencing physical, emotional and spiritual trauma.  

We are a faith-based organization that loves God, and therefore people with God's sacrificial love.  This world is filled with problems, but we can make a difference, one person at a time, serving people with the love God gives us, building a better country while offering treasures that cannot be destroyed or stolen.  Realizing that this world is not our home, we are willing to go to areas others do not want to go in order to help those in greatest need. 

And each (of the cloud of witnesses) confessed that they were strangers and exiles on the earth ... for they desired a better country, that is a heavenly one.

Hebrews 11: 13 ... 16

Wondering what Sojourners United has done in the past, what trip(s) are on the horizon, and what special causes we have discovered?  Information is a click away:

Meet Sojourners

Karla Morgan, RN MPH

Karla has an avid expeditionary spirit, in part to growing up in rustic and remote locations. She has made many medical related trips dating from 1986 to areas such as the Philippines, Kenya, along with numerous trips into the Middle East that includes Turkey, Iraq and Syria.  

Eric D Morgan, MD MPH FAAFP

Eric has done wilderness camping since his teenage years. A Family Physician for over 30 years, Eric has had a variety of experiences to include Residency Director, as well as numerous executive medical leadership positions. He has practiced in many austere environments and worked as a medical consultant for over five years in Japan and Saudi Arabia.   

Our Team

Sojourners is always joining with the local nationals to best communicate with the people we journey.  

Our Partners

A cord of three strands is not easily broken, and Sojourners is always looking to work with like-minded organizations.