I’m an Iranian, Not a Terrorist or a Muslim
In my early adult life, I have struggled with one common question: Where am I from, and who do I belong to? I was born in Iran, and left the country when I was eight years old to avoid religious, or maybe I should say, political persecution. At that time […]Continue Reading →
Immigration Part 3: What Would We Do?
How Long, O Lord?
Welcome the Holy Family
Earning Dreams: The Path Towards Citizenship
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 →
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 →