Woe to those who continue to ignore the greatest human-rights violation occurring in this country today.
Miguel De La Torre says using words like “hospitality” to discuss immigration reform assumes that “I own the house.”
Russell Moore of the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, was among a small group of faith leaders invited to the White House today to discuss immigration reform with President Obama.
A Kentucky group focused on women in ministry gets reminded of the extreme poverty and human trafficking that afflicts immigrants in Morocco.
Barrett Duke of the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission says that after baptizing immigrants and welcoming them into their churches, evangelicals have a harder time believing they should be deported.
Religious groups, including CBF and the Alliance of Baptists, urge Americans to educate themselves and prepare to contact legislators as the immigration reform debate prepares to take center stage at the White House and Capitol Hill.
Contributions document how an ecumenical movement opposed an Alabama law illegalizing ministry to undocumented immigrants. The book should also remind Baptists that they were once reviled minorities, and that they should conduct themselves accordingly, a prominent theologian says.
Cambodian sisters Run Tep and Roeung Tep are celebrating 30- and 25-year anniversaries as cooks at Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, where they have mastered cooking and ministry to the congregation and surrounding community.
CBF head Suzii Paynter joined America Online founder Steve Case and others in a telephone press conference urging Congress to approve immigration reform beneficial to business, immigrants and faith.