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Thanking God for Miracles, Asylum Seekers Enter US
With the end of Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, new needs challenge Christian ministries helping migrants.
Immigration Ministries Praise Biden’s Day One Priority
Proposed legislation would give 11 million a path to citizenship and prioritize keeping families together.
Priest Balances Christian Conviction and Legal Strategy in DACA Case
An Episcopalian law student on the team behind the Supreme Court victory and a Southern Baptist pastor are among the Dreamers celebrating Thursday’s decision.
Ministry Leaders to ICE: Release Immigrants and Let Churches Help
As coronavirus shutdowns go on, Christian groups are rallying support for asylum seekers, crowded border camps, and working-class churches.
Christian Nonprofits Reeling from Trump Cuts to Foreign Aid
Work in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador was starting to bring change, agencies say.
States to Trump: We Want Refugees
With evangelical support, most governors agree to confusing new requirements.
Refugee Ministries Fight New Resettlement Requirement
Update: Court rules against Trump administration policy that would have added bureaucratic hurdles to “welcoming the stranger.”
Honduran Youth Pastor Wins Asylum
Once threatened by gangs, the Central American minister is safe for now, but he says his heart is still with those who are not.
Latino Immigrants Are Evangelizing America
Despite financial and immigration hurdles, ministries led by first-generation pastors are more effective than the average church plant, according to a new LifeWay study.
Evangelicals Can Help at the Border. They Just Can’t Do It Alone.
To make an impact among migrants crossing through Texas, churches rely on government advocacy and ecumenical partners.
Christian Agencies Fight for Migrant Kids’ Right to Play
Bethany Christian Services pledges to keep recreation and education offerings for unaccompanied minors in its care, even if federal funding goes away.
Iraqi Christians in the US Face Deportation Again
Some Chaldean detainees lost their chance to fight to stay. But it’s still unclear if their home country will let them back.
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