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
Immigration can be an overwhelming topic.  While political pundits on both sides of a policy debate tend to reduce the matter to a simple, black-and-white issue, the reality is that immigration is complex.  There are economic, cultural and political ramifications to how we respond to the arrival of immigrants to our country. Christians also […]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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