Guest / Limited Access /

Search Results

Displaying 1 – 15 of 940 ARTICLES
Sort by:
page:123...63
Go to:
Trump’s Policies Are Keeping Hispanics Away from Church
Pew finds fear even among 7 in 10 Christian green card holders.
print. America's Hispanic churches feel the impact of President Donald Trump's immigration initiatives in their pews each week. They've seen a drop in
How Churches Can Give Sanctuary and Still Support the Law
800 congregations are working to protect undocumented immigrants. A leader with the New Sanctuary Movement says yours should be one of them.
From her home in California, Salvatierra spoke with CT about the need for immigration reform, how deportations impact kids, and how churches across the country are getting involved.
Trump’s Revised Refugee Ban Won’t Prioritize Persecuted Christians
White House softens executive order; Andy Stanley joins evangelical leaders urging compassion.
Nearly half of leaders (46%) associated with the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) selected “immigration/refugees” as the top public policy issue that evangelicals need to
Evangelical Leaders Challenge Trump’s ‘America First’ Budget
Group of 100 prominent Christians worry severe cuts to foreign aid will reverse progress at reducing poverty.
Following his election, white evangelicals ranked healthcare, immigration, and the economy as the top priorities for the new president—the same top three as American voters overall
Half of Hispanic Christians Worry About Deportation Under Trump
Pew: Latino Protestants most likely to rate Trump a ‘terrible’ president.
Pew: Latino Protestants most likely to rate Trump a 'terrible' president. Kate Shellnutt. [ posted 2/24/2017 10:21AM ]. Image: US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Trump Grants Russell Moore One of His Top 2017 Wishes
President restores Mexico City Policy banning the funding of foreign abortions.
was among three the new president signed on his third day in office as part of his administration's plan to make policy changes in such areas as health care, immigration, trade, and the
Justice for the Stranger
The human stories behind the numbers.
Leer en español
Hilario found out about the ISAAC Project (Immigration Service and Aid Center) and contacted us for help. Many of them cannot afford an immigration attorney.
6 Things Your Church Can Do During the Refugee Ban
The recent executive order has thrust refugees and resettlement agencies into limbo. Here’s how you can help.
Consider holding a book study or Sunday school class in which you focus on the historical facts of immigration and refugee resettlement. 2. Sponsor a legal clinic on immigration.
Dear Fellow Christians: It's Time to Speak Up for Refugees
If we are pro-life, we are pro-refugee.
Yesterday was a critical day for US relations with the world. When Candidate Donald Trump promised to overhaul immigration policies, it seemed like a long shot for many of us.
Evangelical Experts Oppose Trump’s Refugee Ban
World Relief and other major ministries argue that compassion and security are not opposing forces.
The executive order, part of Trump's campaign promise to crackdown on immigration, targets seven Muslim-majority countries: Syria, Iraq, Somalia, Iran, Sudan, Libya, and Yemen.
Trump Ends Evangelicals and Catholics Together
This election, many of evangelicals’ GOP allies across the Tiber are leaving for Clinton.
“That reflects rising education levels among white Catholics, and also reflects a reaction to the negative tone of Trump's remarks about immigration, race, and so on.
Here’s Who Will Pray at Trump’s Inauguration
(UPDATED) What the president-elect's unusually broad and diverse clergy lineup tells us.
But he has partnered with the Trump transition team to address immigration policy, particularly the status of children of undocumented immigrants. Catholic
Latest Survey: Most Evangelicals Are Not Voting Trump
Measuring Americans by beliefs, not self-identity, makes a big difference in 2016 election polls.
character top their concerns. In both groups, few prioritize Supreme Court nominees, religious freedom, immigration, or abortion. Overall, the economy
Top 10 Stats Explaining the Evangelical Vote for Trump or Clinton
(UPDATED) These surveys suggest how—and why—evangelicals will split more than usual in 2016 election.
issue to vote on 20% said Supreme Court nominees 12% said religious freedom 10% said abortion 6% said the economy 5% said national security 2% said immigration 13% said none
Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: "Jill Stein is my imperfect candidate."
Evangelical millenial minority chooses the Green Party
understand it. Immigration. The Jesus year 2013. The vast majority of those people did not commit any crime unrelated to their immigration status. There is
Displaying 1 – 15 of 940 ARTICLES
Sort by:
page:123...63
Go to:
Moral Relativism Is Dead
Moral Relativism Is Dead
Why outrage culture is good news for the gospel.
CT BookstoreView All

Enter The Vault

Vault

Browse our Full Library of online archives, including past issues of CT magazine.