When my issue of Christianity Today arrived in my mailbox last week, I was intrigued by the cover story, which highlights “50 Women to Watch.” The fifty Christian leaders selected are women whom CT’s editors believe are “most shaping the church and culture.” Among the fifty women selected is my friend, […]Continue Reading →
Last week, while teaching on immigration for a group of pastors in Jacksonville, Florida, my colleague at World Relief Jacksonville, Elaine, made an interesting observation. After hearing me talk through a few of the many references to immigrants and immigration in the Bible, Elaine reflected that, in sixty years of church, she could not […]Continue Reading →
Today, we’re bringing you the second part of an interview between Bill Hybels and Heather Larson of Willow Creek Community Church with Matthew Soerens, co-author of Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion & Truth in the Immigration Debate and a co-creator of g92.org. (The first part of the interview ran yesterday).
My work with World Relief is primarily focused on helping churches to think through the issue of immigration, putting together a biblical framework with the realities of immigration that the United States is currently facing. One of my favorite churches to work with in this regard has been Willow Creek Community […]Continue Reading →