Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on Lina AbuJamra’s personal blog in December 2014.
Our country is partisan on so many issues these days.
The latest divisive issue is the issue of immigration reform.
What should the American government do with the millions of undocumented residents of the United States […]Continue Reading →
“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 […]Continue Reading →
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in Sojourners’ God’s Politics blog. Permission was given by the moderator to repost.
“I didn’t come here because I wanted a job…I came here because I wanted to live.” These words from an undocumented immigrant came early on in Church World Service’s Summit on […]Continue Reading →
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on efcatoday.org as part of a series of articles on this issue. Permission was given by the moderator to repost.
In dealing with undocumented immigrants, some contend that the only proper policy is to abide by the letter of the law—simply send […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
Now more than ever, people are learning English as their second, third or fourth language. English has become a lingua franca, much like Koine Greek was in Christ’s day. A recent estimate places the total number of English speakers well above 1.5 billion, with less than a third of those being native speakers.
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For the past several weeks, my wife and I have found ourselves unexpectedly homeless. By the time this blog posts, we’ll be on a month-long vacation to East Africa, and since our apartment was going to be sitting empty for so long anyway, we offered it to a family from our church in need […]Continue Reading →
Growing up, there was a sweet girl who spoke broken English. Her name was Marigold and she was a few locker spaces down from my own in school. Though she was young, her eyes spoke volumes about her family history. Marigold came and went with the migratory seasons, […]Continue Reading →
g92.org launched nearly a year ago. My work at World Relief, and our focus here at g92.org s has been primarily on informing and challenging evangelical Christians’ thinking about the topic of immigration.
We believe immigration presents a missional opportunity, a divinely-ordained chance to be faithful to God’s commands to love our neighbor, […]Continue Reading →
Guest blog by Tim Campbell
In mid-June 2011, my wife Angela and I had lunch with five families involved in our programs at Hope for Atlanta. All of us are Latinos–well, I guess you could say that I have been graciously accepted as a part of the ‘Raza.’ Angela is an American citizen from […]Continue Reading →