Tagged: immigration

What Is the Value of One Human Life?

by Becky Baik I find I have been pondering this question a lot lately, and not just because it happens to be the promotional tagline for my husband’s favorite soon-to-be-released video game.  We live...

The Jesus Revolution

by Brian Zahnd You say you want a revolution Well, you know, we all want to change the world —The Beatles During the heady days of the Jesus Movement there was a pervasive conviction...

Ubuntu Theology & the Church Foyer

by Craig Wong Until a few years ago, a first-timer visiting our church building during midweek office hours would have to take a shot at which button to press at the entrance…and hope that...

Ministry on the Borderline 2016

by Mayra Picos-Lee I am in Tijuana, Mexico, this week with Palmer Seminary students for our “Ministry on the Borderline” travel course, which focuses on immigration and the systems that propel undocumented immigration into...

Christmas and the Gift of Refugees

Samira Izadi Page is the founder and executive director of Gateway of Grace, the largest refugee outreach in North Texas. A refugee herself, Izadi Page delights in reaching out to people who need more...

In the Thick of It!

by HyeRan Kim-Cragg I am on sabbatical this year. When the shooting in Ferguson occurred last summer, it got me thinking about the last course I taught before I went on sabbatical. I pulled...