The Observance of a Holy Lent
Immigration Part 4: “They’re Breaking the Law”
34,000 Sold: How Human Rights are Traded for Profit in the U.S.
Immigration and the Body of Christ
Why We Can’t Stay Here
Bill Hybels says that casting a vision is the process of inspiring people to move from “here” to “there.” We often think that to “sell” a vision, we need to paint a compelling picture of “there,” he says, when we really need to make the case for […]Continue Reading →
Student-Led Immigration Reform
Let me start by saying how nice it is to write something that’s not contingent on a final grade for the first time in a very long while … Ahh, let’s all just let that soak in….
For the past four years I’ve been grinding […]Continue Reading →
Folding Chair Amnesty
A few weeks ago, in the bulletin at my church, there was an announcement that I felt had been written specifically for me:
Folding Chair Amnesty Week—Have you ever borrowed folding chairs from the church? We need them back! Please return any folding chairs to the church this week—amnesty […]Continue Reading →
Prayer And Action
Last Wednesday, hundreds of pastors and lay leaders from evangelical churches and campuses all over the United States gathered in our nation’s capital for a national Day of Prayer and Action for Immigration Reform. Several months ago, national Christian leaders drafted a letter to President Obama and to […]Continue Reading →
Three Things To Do For Someone Who Is Being Deported
If you know someone who is going through deportation and don’t know what to do for them, today is your lucky day. Here are 3 things you can do that will go a long way in alleviating the stress and strain that they […]Continue Reading →