Reflections on Tijuana: Part 1
On September 16, 2013 By M. Daniel Carroll R.
Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on Dr. M. Daniel Carroll Rodas’s blog on the Denver Seminary website. Permission was given by the author to repost. From July 5 to July 7, I was in Tijuana, Mexico. I flew into San Diego, and then took a bus and then the trolley to the Mexican border. I met Josh […]Continue Reading →
A Prayer for Family Values
On June 15, 2012 By Sarah Quezada
When I opened the non-descript, government envelope containing my husband Billy’s green card, I felt a deep mixture of exhausted relief and wild celebration. No more hyper worrying about getting pulled over. No more awkward conversations with acquaintances who ask too many questions. No more silent but ever-present thoughts of “What if he gets deported? […]Continue Reading →