Editorial | Immigration and economic growth

When we encounter a stranger, we meet Christ. When we welcome new neighbors, we welcome the Lord. When we love our neighbor, we discover the face of God and we experience the power of God's love for us.

We reach out in hospitality to our brothers and sisters regardless of the language they speak, the color of their skin or their socio-economic background.

Faith and Culture | Crossing borders with Christ -- immigration reform

Already our nation and secular culture have signaled a desire to engage in intentional efforts that can find solutions to our immigration policies and legislation.

The public arguments and discourse found in the news and on the Internet on comprehensive immigration reform are plentiful and passionate. As with many issues, the public narratives on immigration range from sheer indifference to committed political activism. One example that highlights these shifts in perspectives is our recent national election, especially in relationship to the value of the Hispanic vote.

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