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“Family Win” and How Our Churches Care for Each Other and the World
If the whole family doesn’t win, no one wins.
This Love of Guns: It’s Way Beyond Our Understanding
Christians leading communities plagued by cartels and gangs are baffled that American Christians would champion the right to own firearms.
Gov. DeSantis, Let My Ministry Serve Migrant Kids
In preventing care for unaccompanied minors, Florida’s governor is interfering with US law and religious freedoms.
Don’t Underestimate the Impact of Lowering the US Refugee Ceiling
Why the recent reduction could lead more countries to follow suit—and continue to damage the church's reputation.
Take Another Look. What if We Saw Asylum Seekers as Our Brothers and Sisters?
Some Christians have bought the lie that the US Border is under invasion. They could be rallying to keep out revival.
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.
Engaging Immigration
Pursue your church’s call to welcome the stranger and serve those in need.
Border patrol
How Churches Can Respond to the Unaccompanied Children Crisis
Five things we can do to make a difference for vulnerable children.
A Clear and Present Mission
Two churches point the way for providing needed legal services—and Christian outreach—to immigrants.
The Church and the Huddled Masses
Throughout US history, the church has had a complicated relationship with the "homeless, tempest-tost" looking for a better life.
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