The annual Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) conference is something like Christmas for me. I look forward to it all year.  It is simultaneously energizing and exhausting, and I wish it lasted longer.  The CCDA describes itself thus:   “As a network of Christians committed to seeing people and communities wholistically restored. […]Continue Reading
Our most popular guest post thus far here on the blog has been Sarah Eisele-Dyrli’s post on “The Connection Between Faith, Human Trafficking, and Immigration” a few weeks ago. We’re very glad that, in recent years, the Church in the United States has begun to recognize the tragic reality that modern-day slavery exists […]Continue Reading
We have in our country right now 12 million people who are primarily poor, vulnerable, and outside the protection of the rule of law because they are here without legal status. These are people who often had to leave their homes, their cultures and familiar surroundings to go to another country to secure food and opportunity for their families. Leaving everything behind, the foreign-born are often the most vulnerable in our society, people who often are at the mercy of others.Continue Reading
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