The Isolationist Immigration Gospel of the Evangelical Immigration Table

immigration-reform-press-conference

Although I have great respect for many of the evangelical leaders who signed on to the original letter from the Evangelical Immigration Table, I have a few problems with how the evangelical label is being exploited for political gain. You can read some of my thoughts on that here.I had some hopes that we might actually see meaningful immigration reform early on in the process. [ See my post Immigration 2.0: I Want to Believe! ]I still haven't given up hope, but I am far more aligned with … [Read more...]

Did George Soros Enlist Evangelical Leaders on the “Gang of 8″ Immigration Bill (S. 744)?

B

It's an odd pairing, I admit. George Soros and Evangelical Christian leaders. There can be little doubt that the Soros agenda and that of most Christians -- even most people -- is radically different.So why are some claiming that Soros actually enlisted the help of Evangelical leaders to try to push the immigration bill (S. 744) now before the Senate? Did he?The answer is yes. And no.Yes, Soros is funding the the ad campaign for the group claiming to represent 170 Evangelical … [Read more...]

Evangelicals for Biblical Immigration — But Not for the Gang of 8 Bill (S. 744)

988543_208475229303868_678655500_n

This open letter to Congress comes from Kelly Monroe Kullberg, founder of The Veritas Forum, editor and co-author of the award-winning book, Finding God at Harvard: Spiritual Journeys of Thinking Christians and A Faith and Culture Devotional.  She is co-founder and acting president of Christians for A Sustainable Economy (case4America.org) and Senior Fellow at the Acton Institute. To sign this letter or pick up this conversation visit on Facebook and the web: Evangelicals for Biblical Immigr … [Read more...]

Immigration Reform 2.0: I Want to Believe

illegal-immigration

When it comes to immigration reform, I want to believe. I really do.I want to believe that the latest efforts at immigration reform -- call it immigration reform 2.0 -- will actually do something to help the 5 million children trapped in limbo within our society. And since we just celebrated School Choice Week last week, we should note that most of them end up in the very worst schools.I want to believe that our political leaders might actually reach a solution that dismantles the labor … [Read more...]

FaithWalkers — National School Choice Week, Iranian Pastor Sentenced, Rubio Immigration Deal

school-choice-student_0

The FaithWalker’s Daily is a quick review of key news stories of the day from the perspective of a conservative Christ-follower living in, but not of, the world. National School Choice WeekThe Basics -- National School Choice Week 2013, which runs from Jan. 27 through Feb. 2, shines a spotlight on the need for education opportunities for all. In only its third year, this bipartisan, grassroots effort features more than 3,500 events spanning all 50 states. Dig Deeper:The o … [Read more...]

Waiving Away the Law: God, Obamacare, and Immigration

President Obama once again this past week took action that raises a question that sounds like a child’s joke – but it’s no laughing matter. In fact, it reminds me of the fifth and final reason I believe God objects to the health care law commonly known as Obamacare.For those just arriving, you can find more about me here and my latest project here. I am passionate about connecting real life with real faith.The question raised by how Obamacare has been enforced and by the President's lates … [Read more...]

Heydi Mejia: Why She’s Not the Real Immigration Problem

I’m taking a brief break from my series on President Obama’s signature health-care legislation as the case of Heydi Mejia has captured my attention – and my heart. As a school principal, I know first hand what it’s like to balance the need to enforce the rules yet  be quick to show mercy as a child of God.In case you’ve missed her immigration problem, Heydi Mejia graduated last Friday as an Honors student from Meadowbrook High School near Richmond, VA. She had taken AP classes. Her diploma gl … [Read more...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X