Editor’s Note: This blog originally appeared on G92 on December 12, 2011. We are rerunning it today to remind us all of the true meaning behind Christmas and to encourage us to remember and welcome those who, like Jesus, have a migration story.

Christmas is all about a migration […]

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Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in Sojourners’ God’s Politics blog. Permission was given by the moderator to repost.

Last week, I attended a screening of Documented, Jose Antonio Vargas’ film about his coming out as an undocumented immigrant after winning the Pulitzer Prize. His journey is honest, poignant, and humorous. […]

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In 2007, I paced in my apartment, phone pressed to my ear as my undocumented fiancé mourned the immigration reform bill dying on the Senate floor. Momentum had been building all summer, and against his better judgment, Billy’s hopes had risen.

He was working on a construction […]

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Bearing Witness

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“And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, ‘Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?’  Then I said, ‘Here am I! Send me.’” –Isaiah 6:8

The second AZ2DC: Round 2 bus has come home from the trip to D.C. to pray outside the door of […]

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Editor’s note: Members of AZ2DC recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to share their stories with our Congressmen and to pray for them. This post originally appeared on AZ2DC’s blog. Permission was given by the moderator to repost.

Around this time of year in the Latino community, posadas–songs and […]

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Those Excluded

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Last fall, I spent two days in central New York with dairy farm workers.  I was surprised at the living and working conditions of the largely Central American population living and working on remote dairy farms without documents.

Many of them live in trailers with gaps on the floor […]

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Editor’s note: This blog originally appeared on Bread for the World’s blog. Permission was given by the moderator to repost. 

My dad was a born a migrant. He likes to talk about the storm that was raging the night of his birth, but there was an even greater […]

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Editor’s note: This blog originally appeared on Neighborhood Ministry’s blog. Permission was given by the moderator to repost. 

Our young leaders at Neighborhood Ministries began to get public visibility in their own right during the 103 days of the 24/7 prayer vigil that they manned at […]

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Editor’s note: This blog originally ran on October 22, 2012.

There are a lot of reasons why I believe that immigrants are a blessing to local churches in the United States, but one of the most profound is this: Immigrants can help us to better understand what it means […]

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Editor’s note: The original version of this blog appeared on November 21, 2011.

Black Friday is a day I usually dread. People camp out for days to buy items such as televisions, video games and other things at greatly reduced prices. Some stores will be open starting on the eve of Thanksgiving, […]

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