Guest Blog by: Jenny Yang This blog was first posted on the World Relief Responds website. The original post can be found here. For years, I heard that thousands of refugees from Chin State in Burma were fleeing into Mizoram State, India to escape persecution at the hands of the Burmese military regime.  […]Continue Reading
A couple of weeks ago, I visited Birmingham, Alabama for the first time. I was there to speak at Samford University (a Baptist university), at the G92 South conference. This conference takes its name from the 92 references to the Hebrew word ger, or the immigrant, in the Old Testament. The goal […]Continue Reading

Guest Blog by: Aaron Niequist

The idea that God loves EVERY ONE of his kids equally, no matter our history, nationality, beliefs, sins, strengths, etc, moves me so deeply.

“For nothing can separate us from the love of God…”

And not only do I want to learn how […]Continue Reading
This post originally ran on the Capital Commentary blog of the website of the Center for Public Justice. It was reprinted with permission and can be read here. Guest blog by: Tyler Johnson Immigration is a polarizing issue in the United States. Along with so many other issues of our day, in the […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by: Diana Soerens I am a shameless addict of the hit British period drama, Downton Abbey. After a friend turned me on to it over Christmas break, I watched the entire first season in two days and joined a Sunday night viewing club for the second season. I just cannot get […]Continue Reading launched nearly a year ago. My work at World Relief, and our focus here at s has been primarily on informing and challenging evangelical Christians’ thinking about the topic of immigration. We believe  immigration presents a missional opportunity, a divinely-ordained chance to be faithful to God’s commands to love our neighbor, […]Continue Reading

A Pilgrimage of Hope

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Guest Blog by: Maria-José Soerens In my work with immigrants, there are certain stories that stick with me because they reveal some aspect of God. Usually, the stories of the poor are too similar to those in the Bible to ignore. They are almost literal, revealing the ways in which God actually identified with […]Continue Reading
Christmas is all about a migration story.  I am not referring to Santa’s Christmas Eve sleigh ride around the world—that’s travel, not migration—and it’s also not what Christmas is all about. Even Jesus, Mary, and Joseph’s escape as refugees to Egypt just after the visit of the Magi—while certainly a formative experience in young […]Continue Reading
Today is trying something a little different. Tim Campbell wrote a letter in Spanish to his immigrant friends that he translated into English  for our audience. The English version is first, followed by the Spanish version.   Guest Blog by: Tim Campbell

The Shame

I am ashamed. The shame I […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by: Ian Danley Arizona won a significant victory last week when Russell Pearce, author of SB1070, lost in a first-ever recall election.  It was not without great effort.  I’m reflecting today on the lessons of the work and how we traveled from the darkness of SB1070 to the hope we feel today. The […]Continue Reading
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