God’s Heart for the Helpless

There are people God likes better than you. You don’t notice them and don’t know their names. They are faceless statistics, grim ideas. They may smell like mildew or Fritos or urea or pickles. They have no Klout score. They may live alone in a shoebox apartment or down a country lane, or they may […]

Immigrants, Aliens, and Exiles

The debate over illegal immigration in the United States has clear demographic, political, economic, and moral implications. The strongest proponents of hardline immigration reform are self-identified Christians, many of whom are Evangelicals. With that audience in mind, I would like to take a moment to reflect upon a biblical view of immigration. Aliens and strangers, […]