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Por qué los hijos de los inmigrantes están volviendo a sus raíces religiosas
Muchos estadounidenses de segunda y tercera generación que dejaron las congregaciones étnicas de sus padres y comenzaron a asistir a iglesias lideradas por gente blanca, hoy están regresando a sus raíces.
560 UK Churches Ready to Welcome Hong Kong Wave
British Christians seek to learn from past Windrush mistakes in their nation’s largest planned migration in 50 years.
Christian Lawyers Fight COVID-19 Home Evictions
At legal aid clinics, attorneys ask “Who would Jesus represent in court?”
The Problem with A La Carte Politics
Christians won’t overcome partisanship just by resolving to order from each side’s policy menu.
Why the Children of Immigrants Are Returning to Their Religious Roots
Many second- and third-generation Americans leave the ethnic congregations of their parents for white-led churches, only to come back.
Welcoming Migrants and Refugees: A Biblical Ethic of Kinship
What is a Christian response to people-on-the-move?
CT Media Presents: The Harvest
The story of Marisol and Joel Lopez, a couple who find Christ’s love in the midst of field labor.
Immigration Ministries Praise Biden’s Day One Priority
Proposed legislation would give 11 million a path to citizenship and prioritize keeping families together.
2020 May Finally Be Over, But the Plight of Refugees and Other Immigrants Is Not
Many immigrants and refugees have long known the anguish and loneliness of being separated from family.
Around America’s ‘Christmas City,’ Rural Churches Left Heartbroken by COVID-19
Congregations in Noel and Neosho, Missouri—one diverse and one mostly white—grapple with the strain of the pandemic.
Refugee Ministries Hope to Rebuild Under Biden
After drastic cuts over the past four years, they need to rally partners and volunteers to be ready for a jump in refugee admittance.
Conozca a las personas que ministran a los inmigrantes que trabajan en el campo de los Estados Unidos
Cómo los pastores, productores y activistas en ambas costas están cuidando a los trabajadores agrícolas que producen nuestros alimentos.
Meet the People Who Minister in America’s Food Chain
How pastors, farmers, and activists on both coasts are caring for migrant farm workers.
Llevé drogas a una conferencia de la iglesia. Horas después, Dios me encontró.
Mi feroz oposición e indiferencia no detuvieron al Espíritu Santo
Chinese American Christians Are Becoming More Politically Engaged—and More Divided
The 2020 race brings out generational gaps within the most undecided Asian American demographic.
The Most Diverse Small Town in America Mourns Refugee Cuts
The election could determine the future of resettlement ministries in Clarkston, Georgia.
The City That Never Stops Worshipping
Though some have likened it to Sodom and Gomorrah, New York City has a long history of religious vibrancy.
Can America Become Hospitable Again?
The biblical ways of hospitality can reshape American policies

Top Story March 2, 2021

Christian Lawyers Fight COVID-19 Home Evictions
Christian Lawyers Fight COVID-19 Home Evictions
At legal aid clinics, attorneys ask “Who would Jesus represent in court?”

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