Editor’s Note: This post also appears on Danny Carroll’s personal blog, He has given us permission to post it on our own blog.
For those who have been involved in efforts to encourage comprehensive immigration reform – whether within social, political, or religious networks – these last few months […]Continue Reading →
Just about every pastor in America who has gone through some formalized training (Bible College or Seminary) has probably been exposed to some conversation on how to manage change in your church. If they haven’t, then their institution needs to do some serious revision to their curriculum.
One of […]Continue Reading →
Last week, I was in Washington, D.C. with the Evangelical Immigration Table and several host organizations such as Bibles, Badges and Business for Immigration Reform. The event was called “Americans for Reform.” This was my third trip to D.C., all for similar events. I have participated in press conferences and […]Continue Reading →
A message from Leith Anderson on behalf of the Evangelical Immigration Table:
Depending on where you get your news, you might have heard in recent weeks either that:
1.) Immigration negotiations have fallen apart in the House of Representatives, or
2) House Leadership is on the verge of introducing legislation […]Continue Reading →
I have the privilege of teaching kindergarten in the Harrison School District here in Colorado Springs. My class is special, though, because it is completely made up of students who are learning English for the first time. Although almost all of my students were born here in the United […]Continue Reading →
Statistics show that 40% – 50% of the undocumented population in the US came here with a visa, overstayed their visas and promptly slid into the shadows. I was one of them. Well, that was until two Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents caught up with me, dragged me out of the […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
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. […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
Learning about immigration and our rich theology to love the immigrant is a great starting point but certainly not the end. Kingdom servants do not stop at awareness but recognize the need to move beyond awareness to engagement. Engagement in its early stages can look quite varied as you begin to enter into the […]Continue Reading →