This weekend's featured sermon is by Rev. Omar Rikabi, an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church.
Elizabeth Glass Turner ~ #notwithoutmychild
Today's post is written alongside others delving into the moral, ethical, and biblical ramifications of the current practice in the United States of separating…
Wesleyan Accent ~ How Your Local Church Can Engage Immigrants: An Interview with Rev. Zach Szmara
The reality is that we’re providing immigration legal services – which means we’re using the immigration law as it is currently written to help people navigate through the process if there is a pathway for them.
Wesleyan Accent ~ Interview: What I’ve Learned Working with Refugees and Immigrants
Immigration is not the problem. Global instability is the problem. These teens would never have left their families, their homes or their countries if they did not have to leave to survive or to provide.
Kimberly Reisman ~ Three Things You Need to Know about Refugees
We would do well to recall – especially in these days after Christmas – that the Gospels tell us about Jesus as a refugee child, whose family was forced to flee to Egypt to escape the wrath of a murderous monarch.
Omar Rikabi ~ He Had a Name
The first name given in creation was Adam. It means humanity.
The Scripture story tells us that God, through Jesus Christ, created all of humanity in his image and breathed into us the breath of life.
I thought of Adam when I saw the first hashtag given to Aylan’s story: Humanity Washed Ashore.