KNOW THY NEIGHBOR
“I WAS A STRANGER…”
Faith & Immigration
History of U.S. Immigration
WHO WE ARE
Walls and Fences
February 9, 2011
We live in a world of walls. We put up fences around our suburban homes and bars on our windows. We place razor wire around our businesses and churches. We construct walls to keep immigrants from entering our country.
Fight the Fear!
"As You Cared for One of the Least of These My Brothers, You Cared for Me"
Immigration: Matter of the Spirit
The Great Migration & the Christian Identity
Immigration Reform: Policy without Fear
Immigration in the Bible
How'd We Get Here?
Refugee Students RISE to the Top
An Introduction to Immigration
What You Discover From Working With Refugees
Reflecting on Syrian Refugees in Hungary
The Song Hidden in the South: As I went Walking I Saw a Sign There
The Song Hidden in the South: When the Sun Came Shining and I Was Strolling
The Song Hidden in the South: I've Roamed and Rambled and I Followed My Footsteps
The Song Hidden in the South: As I Was Walking that Ribbon of Highway
Biblical Mandate to Care for Orphans
The Song Hidden in the South: From the Redwood Rorest to the Gulf Stream Waters
Give me a voice, give me a life. Give me a voice so I live life. Give me a voice so I transmit HIS light.
The Song Hidden in the South: This Land is Your Land
Practice, Weep, Pray, and Go On Yearning
I’m an Iranian, Not a Terrorist or a Muslim
I Met Jesus in Jail Today
Where do we go from here? Is there any hope for comprehensive immigration reform?
The Kindness of a Stranger
A Time for Politics
Apples and the Apple-Pickers
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