Tag: immigration

  • Loving the Stranger

    While rounding a corner on a run in the United States the other day, I came across a Muslim women clad in a headdress and robes. I could see her cower off the sidewalk a bit as this white, American man came plodding her way in middle America. You could sense her apprehension and read […]

  • Through an Immigrant’s Eyes

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    As the debate rages on immigration in many nations, I had an up close and personal look at the issue the other day. My family and I serve as missionaries in South Africa. It was time to renew our visas. The trek to Home Affairs brings dread to the heart of all. As I entered, I […]

  • Unique

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    People are Valuable. Many of the hot issues in today’s society come down to a misunderstanding of the unique and special image of God on humans. Genesis 1:27 tells us that God created man and woman in the image of God. This gives humans the highest place in God’s created order. They are the most […]