July Fourth. Glenn Ellyn, Illinois. My friends and I had just finished barbequing. As dusk approached, we hopped into my car to go see the fireworks at Lake Ellyn. After spending more time than we should have trying to find a parking spot, we rushed over to Lake Ellyn as the fireworks began before […]

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The lenses that we wear certainly affect the way we see the world.  The fifteen years that my wife Kim and I lived in Latin America have greatly affected my vision.  Today I love to get acquainted with immigrants, especially with those that have only recently arrived in our country.  Often I imagine myself […]

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Last Tuesday, a massive fire destroyed a thirty-six-unit apartment complex in Columbus, Ohio.  Most of the complex’s residents were recently resettled refugees from Bhutan, with other residents originally from Somalia and Mexico.  While the exact cause of the fire is still unknown, the Columbus Fire Department says that it appears to have been […]

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Last week, an estimated 950,000 young people became immediately eligible to request Deferred Action status and Employment Authorization from the Department of Homeland Security.  The status, offered by the Department of Homeland Security to certain undocumented individuals who entered the United States as children and who meet other criteria, will grant them a […]

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On June 19, 2012, a press conference was held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a national, evangelical hub, to further promote the Evangelical Immigration Table. The intention was both to encourage a united evangelical front for immigration reform and to seek a common, biblically mandated vision for helping create a better life for immigrants in America. […]

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On June 19, 2012, a press conference was held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a national, evangelical hub, to further promote the Evangelical Immigration Table. The intention was both to encourage a united evangelical front for immigration reform and to seek a common, biblically mandated vision for helping create a better life for immigrants in America. […]

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On June 19, 2012, a press conference was held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a national, evangelical hub, to further promote the Evangelical Immigration Table. The intention was both to encourage a united evangelical front for immigration reform and to seek a common, biblically mandated vision for helping create a better life for immigrants in […]

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America prides itself for being the golden door of opportunity and freedom. Today, that ideal of being the refuge for the world is increasingly overshadowed by the competition for human capital in lucrative fields such as science, technology, and medicine. Instead of welcoming the “poor huddled masses,” it seems more politically-correct today to revise the […]

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DREAM Come True?

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Beginning this Wednesday, certain undocumented young people who entered the United States as children will be allowed to request “Deferred Action” status and employment authorization from the United States Citizenship & Immigration Service.  The process, announced by President Obama just about two months ago, will benefit individuals who might have benefited from the […]

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Outside of my home country of South Korea, there is no other country except the United States where people can assume that I am “one of them.”  This is because there are Americans that look like me, and also perhaps because of this Chicagoan accent that I’ve picked up over the past 10 years.  My point […]

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