By: Greg Smith While Dreamers and people with temporary protected status have fewer options of becoming a permanent resident in the U.S., there are four other ways they might be able to immigrate to this country.
By: EthicsDaily Staff More than 130 million people needed humanitarian aid assistance in 2016, which represents 5 million more people than 2015's total, a U.N. report says. Conflicts and natural disasters were the key drivers of the increase.
By: Sue Smith Nations agree that people can flee their own country to seek asylum elsewhere. Those same nations take issue when people seek refuge within their own borders. It's time we stop looking the other way.
By: Mark Glanville Many in our society respond to refugees with suspicion and fear. However, Jesus taught that when his people welcome the strangers, they are welcoming him. Here are 5 ways your church can do that.
By: Mark Glanville Most refugees are here because they are fleeing persecution, conflict and possibly death. Here's how churches can avoid being swayed by fear-based rhetoric and respond from a loving biblical perspective.
By: Sue Smith The decision to emigrate is a highly individual decision based on many factors. It is never made lightly and isn't without sacrifice for both parents and children. It changes the family dynamics forever.
By: Sue Smith It's easy for many Americans to look at immigrants and wonder why they are here. However, if more people had the opportunity to visit immigrants' countries of origin, they would have a better understanding.
By: Tim Long Since May 2016, thousands of immigrants have flocked to Tijuana, awaiting their turn to cross into the U.S. Six Baptist churches from this Mexican border town are ministering to 500 of those asylum seekers.