Editor’s note: This blog originally appeared on Bread for the World’s blog. Permission was given by the moderator to repost. It also appeared on the G92 blog in December 2013.
My dad was a born a migrant. He likes to talk about the storm that was raging the night of his birth, […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
Last fall, I spent two days in central New York with dairy farm workers. I was surprised at the living and working conditions of the largely Central American population living and working on remote dairy farms without documents.
Many of them live in trailers with gaps on the floor […]Continue Reading →
Editor’s note: This post is part 2 of a series written by Dr. M. Daniel Carroll Rodas on a trip to Tijuana ( Read Part 1 here.). Both posts originally appeared on Dr. M. Daniel Carroll Rodas’s blog on the Denver Seminary website. Permission was given by the author to repost.
Among the U.S. […]Continue Reading →
This is the first in a two-part series based on Tim’s conversation with Ricardo. Stay tuned for part two coming up this Friday.
Ricardo, 20, is an undocumented college student living in Phoenix. He recently spoke with advocacy journalist Tim Høiland ( http://www.tjhoiland.com ) about […]Continue Reading →
Last Christmas, I had to look into the eyes of my son, Logan, and tell him, for the second year in a row, his daddy would not be coming home. You would think that would have made me hate God. For me, it is how I began my relationship […]Continue Reading →
I’m a patriotic guy and I can prove it!
My evidence goes beyond that of voting faithfully, displaying the flag on appropriate dates at my California home or even getting a bit weepy-eyed (yes I’m man enough to admit it) on the 4th of July as fireworks explode against […]Continue Reading →
I met Claudia a few years ago on my first trip to El Salvador. Claudia is a 24-year-old Salvadoran, and she is one of the brightest, kindest, most loving, intelligent people I’ve ever met. Life has not been easy for Claudia. She was born during the brutal Salvadoran civil […]Continue Reading →