This post originally ran on the Capital Commentary blog of the website of the Center for Public Justice. It was reprinted with permission and can be read here. Guest blog by: Tyler Johnson Immigration is a polarizing issue in the United States. Along with so many other issues of our day, in the […]Continue Reading

Glimpses of Grace

On February 22, 2012 By
Guest Blog by: Jesus Romero The concept of grace is fundamental to Christianity.  In fact, if anyone asked me to name the most important word in the Bible, other than “Jesus”, it would be, without a doubt, the word “grace”. There are many different ways to define grace, but the one that nails it […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by Nathan Liu Could the “’Lin’-sanity” surrounding Jeremy Lin have happened without past immigration reform? There’s a chance it may not  have. It wasn’t until The Immigration Act of 1965 that the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 was significantly repealed.  The 1943 Magnuson Act did allow 105 Chinese immigrants to enter […]Continue Reading

Top Blogs of 2011-Part 2

On December 30, 2011 By
Today’s post focuses on the Top 5 blogs of 2011. We want to bring awareness not only to the issue of immigration, but ways you can engage and mobilize others where you live Take some time to consider ways you would like to be more engaged in this issue in 2012: below you will […]Continue Reading

Top Blogs of 2011-Part 1

On December 28, 2011 By began a year ago with an idea. That idea was to inspire and mobilize young evangelicals to champion the rights of immigrants. With the help of friends and supporters who posted blogs to the site, we were able to bring awareness to current events in the debate on immigration, highlight the injustices families […]Continue Reading launched nearly a year ago. My work at World Relief, and our focus here at s has been primarily on informing and challenging evangelical Christians’ thinking about the topic of immigration. We believe  immigration presents a missional opportunity, a divinely-ordained chance to be faithful to God’s commands to love our neighbor, […]Continue Reading
Christmas is all about a migration story.  I am not referring to Santa’s Christmas Eve sleigh ride around the world—that’s travel, not migration—and it’s also not what Christmas is all about. Even Jesus, Mary, and Joseph’s escape as refugees to Egypt just after the visit of the Magi—while certainly a formative experience in young […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by: Amado Lobatos I was born in Mexico and smuggled into the United States in 1976.  My father worked for many years in Wyoming as a farm hand.  It was a very difficult place to be in that I was always embarrassed to be an illegal Mexican farmhand. After all, I didn’t […]Continue Reading
Guest blog by:  Dustin White What was intended to be a carefree vacation in celebration of our wedding anniversary turned out to be a sobering reminder of our nation’s horrific past. It was also a grim realization we have still have not completely escaped. My wife and I travelled to Charleston, South Carolina, a city […]Continue Reading
The movie abUSed: The Postville Raid details how the small farming and manufacturing community of Postville, Iowa became the center of debate over immigration. Woody Guthrie’s age-old song ‘This Land Was Made for You and Me’ plays, as the movie begins, over a backdrop of scenery from small town America. The lyrics mirror Psalm […]Continue Reading
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