Undocumented Immigrants Impacted by Human Trafficking
On January 16, 2012 By Matthew Soerens
January has been designated by the President as Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Last Wednesday, on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, my Twitter feed was filled with folks raising awareness about the reality of human trafficking. They were challenging the Church, in particular, to respond both with prayer and action to abolish this […]Continue Reading →
Jesus, El Buen Coyote?
On February 15, 2011 By Guest-Contributor
Guest Blog by Bob Ekblad I drive across the Skagit River, and head out across the fertile farmland of Fir Island on my way to visit don Feliciano, a Mixtec farmworker who pastors a Mixtec-speaking congregation called Iglesia de Jesucristo. I pass wintering snow geese and recently harvested potato fields, stopping where cars are parked […]Continue Reading →