I too was a stranger: Immigration reform – a letter to fellow Christians

Immigration Reform: The time is now. Join the conversation!

Intrepid Observer


“Gathering storms of uncertainty frighten them as they assemble at the border of prolonged wait for frequently fast unjust decision.
At the frozen glacier of complex asylum system, they breathe flickering fire.
Their immigration status cause constant panic and fear.
Minute-by-minute they are petrified by their predicament.
Night is naught as it brings no hope of heroism.
Instead nightmares terrify these sleepless asylum seekers.”

This Wednesday, April 17, a group of evangelical leaders will gather in Washington, DC to “call for a biblical vision for immigration reform that respects the rule of law, reunites families and upholds human dignity.” I could not be prouder of them. For my part, I have decided to sound the alarm using this blog.

I write this article from the viewpoint of being a Christian, an immigrant, and an American citizen.

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