The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down key provisions of Arizona’s immigration law last month has roiled the American government on a federal and state level. Many progressive immigration officials at the federal level have considered the judicial ruling a win while Arizona government officials have faulted the current administration for its inability to […]Continue Reading

DREAMs Deferred

On January 6, 2012 By
Guest Blog by:  Joel Perez Last week began with the following email I received from a student at a Christian college (not George Fox University, where I work): “A mentor of mine forwarded me an article that you wrote regarding undocumented students and colleges. This is a more personal question. I’m 26 […]Continue Reading

Speed Trap Ahead

On November 28, 2011 By
Confession: I came up with the idea for this blog while driving down Interstate 88 at approximately 72 miles per hour, 17 miles faster than the lawful speed limit.  I am an illegal driver. When I was in high school—with a new driver’s license and a youthful eagerness to understand and obey the Bible—I […]Continue Reading
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of blogs this week commemorating the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Twenty-five years ago today, on November 6, 1986, President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration Reform & Control Act, a carefully-negotiated bipartisan bill which has become known as […]Continue Reading
Guest blog by: Dr. Norman Wilson In response to the Immigration Statement of The Wesleyan Church, a pastor wrote the following to me: “The conversations I’ve had, even with followers of Christ, seem to get divisive quickly. Have you found any effective ways for helping people see that immigration is more than a […]Continue Reading
In the world of policy it is easy to forget that policy affects people. It’s certainly not that I don’t interact with undocumented immigrants. I’m sure I brush their shoulders everyday on the train as they’re riding to work. I’m sure I consume food they cook, purchase products they make, and lived in homes they’ve built. My everyday existence is deeply connected to a group of people that is more of a number to me than a face.Continue Reading
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