Resources on Immigration

Immigration us a hot-button issue in the news and can bring out the best and worst in people. While the policy aspect is controversial, what shouldn’t be debateable is the need for Christians to care for the vulnerable. At Evangelicals... Continue...

In recent years, few issues have dominated the headlines as frequently and divided the country as deeply as immigration. Many Americans — including many Christians — feel conflicted as they think about such a complex issue: They want the United... Continue...

ALBUQUERQUE (BNM) - At the request of municipal and federal agencies, faith-based organizations in Albuquerque are helping to house and feed approximately 430 asylum-seeking migrants from South and Central America.  Over the past several weeks, hundreds of asylum-seeking migrants have... Continue...

How can the church minister to immigrants and refugees? Travis Wussow moderates a panel discussion with Noe Garcia, Jenny Yang, and DJ Jordan at Evangelicals for Life 2019. Continue...

How do our pro-life convictions change the way we see immigrants and refugees? Afshin Ziafat delivers a keynote address at Evangelicals for Life 2019 on loving our immigrant neighbors. Continue...

Yesterday was World Refugee Day, an annual observance created by the United Nations to “commemorate the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees.” Here is what you should know about refugee and asylum policy in the United States. What... Continue...

Russell Moore on immigration and separating children from their parents.  Read the full interview here. Continue...

What just happened? Over the past six weeks, immigration officials have separated hundreds of migrant families who have either crossed into the United States illegally or have sought political asylum. A change in immigration policy by the Trump administration is... Continue...

Next week, the House of Representatives will consider two bills that could determine the future of immigration policy and its key issues, including border security and the citizenship status of Dreamers, undocumented immigrants who were brought to America as children.... Continue...

What is “chain migration”? Over the past few years, the term “chain migration” has shifted from its original usage and taken on a negative connotation. In current immigration debates, though, “chain migration” is used as a misleading synonym for “family... Continue...