RGIII and Some Tibs

On August 16, 2013 By

 

Editor’s note: With Robert Griffin III’s return to football generating a lot of buzz in the sports world, we’re revisiting this blog Ian Danley wrote about his experience visiting an Ethiopian restaurant in DC watching a football game last year. 

We had literally just paid for our food. It was some takeout place without […]

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“Grateful that I’m not the person I used to be, and working on the person God wants me to be.”

Dear readers, I would like to share my brother’s story.  On Thursday morning, December 13th, 2012, my mother heard a car outside our house. She looked out the window and saw a man […]

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This morning, our friends and colleagues with the various organizations that make up the Evangelical Immigration Table are launching an exciting new initiative called the “I Was a Stranger” Challenge.  

 

The “Challenge” is simply this: we’re asking evangelical Christians who claim that the Bible is their ultimate authority […]

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I always identified Tuscaloosa with “Roll Tide,” not the “Clergy Criminalization Act.”  

 

That changed when I spent two weeks in late 2011 working with the Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice.

 

I traveled to Alabama to support the resident bishop of my denomination, who had joined three others in suing the […]

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My wife and I spent New Year’s Eve somewhere above the Atlantic Ocean en route to London.  Our tickets were for Seats 51F and 51G, directly next to the lavatory in the last row of the plane.  We were prepared for a long, cramped, potentially unpleasant smelling flight.  But just as we were about […]

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Prayers for 2013

On December 31, 2012 By

Editor’s Update (May 2, 2013): G92 is joining other Christian organizations throughout the country in urging you to pray fervently over the next ninety-two days for immigration reform.  Please commit to praying & sign up for weekly requests and reminders at www.pray4reform.org.  

 

Last year, I wrote a New Year’s […]

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Most Popular Blogs of 2012: #1

On December 30, 2012 By

With the last week of the year we are sharing the top 3 most popular blogs of the year based upon page views. We posted #3 on Wednesday, and you can find it here. On Friday we posted #2, and you can find it here. The #1 blog, written by Matthew Soerens, compares those […]

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Most Popular Blogs of 2012: #2

On December 28, 2012 By

With the last week of the year we are sharing the top 3 most popular blogs of the year based upon page views. We posted #3 on Wednesday, and you can find it here. Today’s blog by Matthew Soerens provides a prediction for why 2013 will be the year Comprehensive Immigration Reform is passed. […]

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Most Popular Blogs of 2012: #3

On December 26, 2012 By

As we look back on the year of 2012, we have been encouraged with the direction the immigration debate has taken. While the year has not been perfect by any measure—President Obama continues to deport individuals at record rates—there have been several major heartening steps. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program enacted by […]

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Las Posadas

On December 24, 2012 By

In Mexico and other parts of Latin America—and among many Latino immigrants in the U.S.— Las Posadas is an important part of the celebration of Christmas.  Las Posadas is a multi-day rehearsal of Mary and Joseph’s search for lodging as they arrived in Bethlehem, as Mary was about to give birth to Jesus.  People […]

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