Editor’s Note: This post is the final installment in a four part series on immigration that originally appeared on Pastor Alan Kraft’s blog, alankraft.me

.In this post, I want to discuss one more response I sometimes hear Christians articulating in the midst of the immigration discussion: “They’re breaking the law. Romans 13 says we […]

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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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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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The other morning, I was sleepily reading the Bible when I came across a passage that made me set down my coffee and do a double take. But first, a little bit of context: Over the past few months, I have been engaged in a particularly intense advocacy push for […]

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Editor’s note: This is a spoken-word poem by Tim Isaacson about his experience at the recent Americans for Reform event in Washington, D.C. It originally appeared on Tim’s blog, Dividing Walls. Permission was given to repost it.

I’m journeying back to Washington DC to plead for immigration re-form with […]

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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 […]

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Recently, I was invited by some friends to join them at an event to support immigration reform.  The event was held at a local park in Denver and was a part of a larger, national effort which held over 150 rallies in 40 states across the country to show House leaders local […]

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Editor’s note: Casa Chirilagua is  a Christian not-for-profit outreach that seeks to develop relationships with families Chirilagua, a Latino neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia. This post originally appeared on their website. Permission was given by the moderator to repost.

“Miss Sarah, what does justice mean?”

Cristóbal, a rising sixth grader, asked this […]

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Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on Sojourners. Permission was given by moderator to repost.

When one reads the Old Testament Law, one is struck by the amount of attention given to those from the outside–Hebrew ger, the sojourner (or alien or stranger, depending on the English translation). Peoples […]

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Editor’s note: G92 is joining other Christian organizations throughout the country in urging you to pray fervently for immigration reform.  Please commit to praying, attend a Pray4Reform prayer gathering, and sign up for weekly requests and reminders at www.pray4reform.org.  (The original version of this blog ran on Dec. […]

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