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 →
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 →
On a bus ride during a recent visit to Colombia, our journey took an unexpected turn–literally. Faced with what I thought at the time was a simple construction detour, our driver veered off onto a narrow dirt road and proceeded to barrel through potholes and squeeze past other buses and semi-trucks for […]Continue Reading →
Last week, I was invited to speak at Houghton College about immigration as part of a panel. Each panelist was invited to answer the question – “What are the most important factors which Christians should take into account when thinking about immigration reform?” What follows is an edited version of my […]Continue Reading →
Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on the NC Council of Churches’ blog. Permission was given by the author to repost.
In these fever-pitch days of summer, with the once-in-a-generation chance at real immigration reform in Congress, we’re hearing a lot about how reform is good politics (for both parties) and good for […]Continue Reading →
It can be frustrating, at times, to be a faithful Christian in the public square. Personally, two issues dominate my activism: abortion and immigration. While they are separate and complex issues, I believe they stem from the same root belief: every person born into the world was created in the image […]Continue Reading →
Last year, as I pondered a New Year’s resolution, I came to terms with the reality that my penchant for sugar was slowly and unhealthily increasing my weight and likely putting me at risk for diabetes. I resolved to limit my intake of sweet things—cookies, ice cream, cakes, pies, candy, soda, juices—to one per […]Continue Reading →