On Immigration, Welcoming the Stranger Is Only One Piece of the Puzzle
Why Christians should support reforms that recognize both the dignity of immigrants and the rule of law.
On Immigration, Welcoming the Stranger Is Only One Piece of the Puzzle. Our Rating. Book Title Just Immigration: American Policy in Christian Perspective. Author Mark R. Amstutz.
Gleanings: September 2017
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our September issue).
Trump administration detained hundreds of persecuted Christians from Muslim-majority countries, including Iraq and Indonesia, for potential deportation under a new immigration policy.
Judge Halts Deportations of Detroit Christians to Iraq
Court order gives 100-plus Chaldeans two weeks to make their case.
More than 100 Iraqi Christians arrested in immigration raids earlier this month will get to stay in the United States—at least for another two weeks, according to an order issued yesterday
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.
White Evangelicals Oppose Calls to Impeach Trump
President’s faithful want him to stay in office, and trust him on Russia.
Evangelical leaders have cheered Trump's US Supreme Court appointee, challenged his immigration and refugee policy, and awaited much-anticipated changes to the healthcare
Chinatown's Suffragist, Pastor, and Community Organizer
Why Mabel Lee left behind great expectations in China for her American immigrant community.
Born in Guangzhou, To came to the United States in 1880 as a contract laborer just two years before the Chinese Exclusion Act (CEA) banned labor immigration.
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.