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President Obama Cites Exodus on Immigration Reform: 'We Were Strangers Once Too' | Gleanings | ChristianityToday.com

(UPDATED) Reactions from Sam Rodriguez, Russell Moore, Jenny Yang, Noel Castellanos on Obama’s motive vs. method.
Morgan Lee [ posted 11/20/2014 08:02PM ]

Update (Nov. 20): Tonight President Barack Obama outlined his executive action on immigration reform, which could impact up to 5 million immigrants. 63 more words

John Piper on Why We Should Care about the Issues Surrounding Ferguson, MO

It is a  BLOOD-OF-JESUS  Issue

As a pastor committed to racial-reconciliation, justice, compassion, the cross of Christ and the gospel, it is CRAZY that the title of this post is even necessary. 876 more words

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President Obama Meets with Southern Baptist, Mormon, and Hispanic Faith Leaders on Immigration; Says he Won't Take Unilateral Action

President Barack Obama told religious leaders Tuesday that he has no plans to make unilateral changes to the nation’s immigration laws while there’s still a window for Congress to pass legislation. 214 more words

National

merging margins and mainstream

Last month I was able to be in New Orleans for the Christian Community Development Association National Conference.  Gail and a few other Salvation Army people from our St Louis area enjoyed visiting the Big Easy.  394 more words

Christian Community Development

Evangelical leaders call for immigration reform: "If one part of the body suffers, everybody suffers"

Pasqual Urrabazo, associate pastor of the International Church of Las Vegas, has lived in the city for 53 years. His family came from Mexico a few generations back, and he has seen a lot of changes in the area’s churches over the years. 390 more words

Politics

CCDA in New Orleans - Friday evening

Dinner with a Captain and two Lieutenants, Bryan holding court. His hands say much. Ronnie and AJ deep in thought.

After po-boys, cups of gumbo and fries we are on the way to hear Father Greg Boyle who will talk to us tonight about cultivating communities and leaders. 328 more words

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