As director of World Relief in Spokane, Mark Finney sees Jesus in encounters with immigrants and refugees.
"Each day I pray Jesus will help me meet him that day," he said. "I see Jesus in people who are suffering."
At the U.S. Mexican border recently, he met a man named Jesus.
Last year at an overcrowded refugee camp in Bangladesh, Mark took a photo of a Rohingya woman and her child, "a classical Madonna."
As director, his work is not about being an educated man sitting in a comfortable office. It's everyday work with refugees. He and his staff of 30 help people who have suffered trauma fleeing violence and lived for years in refugee camps settle in Spokane, learn English, find education and job opportunities, adjust to a new culture and go shopping.