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19
Mar

As migrants from ‘all over the world’ enter U.S., churches must go to meet them, says Arizona pastor

More and more people from more and more countries are risking the perilous journey across the U.S-Mexico desert to find safe haven and sanctuary for themselves and their families. And yet, already limited government funding for a humanitarian response to these asylum seekers is under threat while militarization of the U.S. border increases.  That’s what

14
Mar

Palestine: The Double Imperative, and A Call for God’s Justice

“Ceasefire now!” has been a consistent cry for months among people responding to the unrelenting Israeli assault on the Palestinian people of Gaza. At the time of writing, more than 30,000 Palestinians have been killed, more than 70,000 injured, and three-quarters of the 2.3 million people in Gaza have been displaced. Virtually the whole population