A few weeks back, we were at Jubilee Partners Community in Comers, Georgia. (They’re mission is taking in refugees from all over the world.) While at Jubilee, I interviewed Don Mosley, 71, who is the co-founder of Jubilee. He was the Peace Corps Director in South Korea between 1967 and 1969. He’s helped start Habitat for Humanity Projects all over the world, and he is currently working with the Fuller Center for Housing, to establish clusters of low income housing in: North Korea. Mosley said he believes a key to building peace worldwide revolves around a lot more humanitarian outreach. Mosley said he has also worked closely with former President Carter on a number of humanitarian projects… An issue that is becoming alarming to Mosley is “environmental refugees.” He said this group’s numbers are starting to surpass war and other forms of political refugees. Mosley said because of climate change, there is more drought in arid regions, as well as more flooding in other regions. He also said refugee camps also become “incubators for terrorism.” That is, youth trapped in the often dead-end, abject poverty of a camp, are prime recruitment targets for terrorist groups. Mosley said he believes that one way to help stem this is that every church group in America should sponsor at least one family in a refugee camp. Note: “average Joe” T-shirt sighting in Decatur, Georgia, today… “If you’re not going to talk to your cat about catnip… who will?