Outside of my home country of South Korea, there is no other country except the United States where people can assume that I am “one of them.” This is because there are Americans that look like me, and also perhaps because of this […]Continue Reading →
Editor’s Update (May 2, 2013): G92 is joining other Christian organizations throughout the country in urging you to pray fervently over the next ninety-two days for immigration reform. Please commit to praying & sign up for weekly requests and reminders at www.pray4reform.org.
Last week, I was asked to […]Continue Reading →
This weekend, I saw Steven Spielberg’s new film Lincoln, which brilliantly chronicles the last few months of the life of the sixteenth American president. In January 1865, President Lincoln, who had just won re-election to a second term, faced two huge tasks: to end the Civil War and to guide congressional ratification of the […]Continue Reading →
Beginning this Wednesday, certain undocumented young people who entered the United States as children will be allowed to request “Deferred Action” status and employment authorization from the United States Citizenship & Immigration Service. The process, announced by President Obama just about two months ago, will benefit individuals who might have benefited from the […]Continue Reading →
Outside of my home country of South Korea, there is no other country except the United States where people can assume that I am “one of them.” This is because there are Americans that look like me, and also perhaps because of this Chicagoan accent that I’ve picked up over the past 10 years. My point […]Continue Reading →
Last Wednesday, Chick-Fil-A reportedly hit an all-time sales record. Hundreds of thousands of Americans—many of them evangelical Christians—proudly purchased a chicken sandwich to show their support for the restaurant chain, known by many Christians for the owners’ efforts to operate their business in ways consistent with biblical values. The crowds on Wednesday came […]Continue Reading →