More on Loving and Serving our Immigrant and Refugee Neighbors during a Pandemic (ERLC)

Read the Full ERLC Article here. One of the more subtle tragedies of the last several weeks has been a furthering divide between natural-born and immigrant/refugee Americans. The Church is not immune to this and we who call ourselves followers of Christ must be willing to see all others and their circumstances through the lens … Continue reading More on Loving and Serving our Immigrant and Refugee Neighbors during a Pandemic (ERLC)

In Syria, this may be the last Christmas for Christian communities who’ve been there since the first century.

If the U.S. fails to act, ancient Christian communities dating back to the Book of Acts might soon be deserted. Since the first mission movements of the Early Church, Assyrian (Syriac) churches have never failed to maintain a confessional Christian presence in or near their original lands. If the current crisis facing northeastern Syria worsens, … Continue reading In Syria, this may be the last Christmas for Christian communities who’ve been there since the first century.

Podcast episode: “Finding Home in Oklahoma” feat. Senator James Lankford and Cesar Q

‪“If you believe you are a child of God in Jesus Christ, who can really harm you with a word?” -Cesar Q‬ Cesar and I recorded this podcast with Ali Noorani of the National Immigration Forum after our article/interview ran in Christianity today. Some snippets of Ali's interview with Senator James Lankford when we were … Continue reading Podcast episode: “Finding Home in Oklahoma” feat. Senator James Lankford and Cesar Q