Editor’s Note: This post originally ran on the G92 blog on November 14, 2011.

One of the most admirable trends I’ve observed in American evangelicalism over the last several years is a renewed interest in adoption and foster care.  Focus on the Family, for example, has done a remarkable and […]

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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: Earlier this week, members of G92 participated in the Americans for Reform lobby day in Washington, D.C. to urge members of the the House of Representatives to ask their leaders to bring immigration reform to a vote. Please join us by contacting your Representative today to encourage […]

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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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A few weeks ago, I wrote about a challenging situation in the neighborhood in which I live, the Parkside Apartments. My wife and I—and each of our neighbors, most of whom are refugees or other immigrants—received a letter notifying us that the local government intended to include our apartment complex in a redevelopment zone, […]

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Bill Hybels says that casting a vision is the process of inspiring people to move from “here” to “there.”  We often think that to “sell” a vision, we need to paint a compelling picture of “there,” he says, when we really need to make the case […]

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A few weeks ago, in the bulletin at my church, there was an announcement that I felt had been written specifically for me:

Folding Chair Amnesty Week—Have you ever borrowed folding chairs from the church? We need them back!  Please return any folding chairs to the church this […]

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Prayer And Action

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Last Wednesday, hundreds of pastors and lay leaders from evangelical churches and campuses all over the United States gathered in our nation’s capital for a national Day of Prayer and Action for Immigration Reform.  Several months ago, national Christian leaders drafted a letter to President Obama and […]

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Twelve years ago, I proudly lived and served as the resident director in Edgren Hall, the residence hall named after the founder of Bethel University — John Alexis Edgren. Edgren grew up in Karlstad, Sweden, and immigrated to the U.S. in 1862. Today, I live in south Minneapolis where many of […]

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One of the concerns I hear most frequently about immigration reform—and, to be honest, one of the most legitimate from my perspective—is that our country could repeat some of the mistakes of the “amnesty” legislation signed by President Reagan in 1986.  I would not characterize the Reagan-era Immigration Reform and Control […]

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