Tag Archives: Welcoming the Stranger

From the Bus Station

“The United States is wonderful” said one woman after I helped get her oriented to what buses she would take from Tucson to Florida, gave food and snacks to her and her 8 and 9 year old sons, and helped … Continue reading

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Desde la central camionera

“Los Estados Unidos es una maravilla” me dijo una señora después de que había apoyado a ella y sus hijos con información sobre los camiones desde Arizona a Florida, comida caliente y botanas para el viaje y suéteres y una … Continue reading

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Welcoming Broken People

Here is a blog that I wrote on the Christian response to the many different immigrants that are in our country, particularly those who would never be eligible for any proposed immigration reform. It was published on the G92 blog, … Continue reading

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