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Immigration and Immigration Reform Resources
Immigration and Immigration Reform Resources

A free PDF resource sheet with links to related EthicsDaily.com articles and videos, as well as outside resources to help churches engage constructively the issue of immigration.

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Majority Still Favor Path to Citizenship for Undocumented
Majority Still Favor Path to Citizenship for Undocumented
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Despite Washington's delays, a strong majority of Americans—62 percent—still favor immigration reform that includes a path to citizenship, a new report says.
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Choosing What's Right Rather Than What's Expedient
Choosing What's Right Rather Than What's Expedient

By: Zach Dawes
When politicians base their decisions on what's politically expedient rather than what's the right thing to do, they may secure an election but they're abandoning the common good.

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Failure of Immigration Reform Opens Door to Wider Church Involvement
Failure of Immigration Reform Opens Door to Wider Church Involvement
Washington's failure to deal with immigration reform need not set the church's agenda. Our agenda ought to be set by the biblical witness to treat the undocumented kindly and to seek justice for them.
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For Christians, Immigration Reform Boils Down to Love
For Christians, Immigration Reform Boils Down to Love

The U.S. Senate passed sweeping immigration reform, but the bill's journey in the House is going to be difficult. As Christians, our love for neighbor should move us toward immigration reform.

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Border Control Is a Moral Issue
Border Control Is a Moral Issue

While elected officials in both congressional houses bat around the details of border control, perhaps it would be helpful for the Christian community to think morally about border control.

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Collaboration of SBC and CBF Loyalists Hinges on Advancing Common Good
Collaboration of SBC and CBF Loyalists Hinges on Advancing Common Good
It's good for Southern Baptist Convention and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship loyalists to pray for each other, but they can also work together for the common good.
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The Fiction of Evangelical Friction Over Immigration
The Fiction of Evangelical Friction Over Immigration
Shifts in the debates on immigration policy reform among evangelical Protestants may depend on the frequency and quality of concrete relationships between those sitting in the pews.
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Forget the Tea Party. We Need a Prayer Party
Forget the Tea Party. We Need a Prayer Party
Partisanship is still a force to be reckoned with in our nation. Perhaps what we need is a prayer party, rather than a tea party, with prayers that actually motivate and strengthen actions of compassion and ministry.
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Immigration Rally Makes Its Voice Heard
Immigration Rally Makes Its Voice Heard
The March for America immigration rally in Washington, D.C., may have been overshadowed by the vote on health care reform in Congress, but it had a powerful emotional impact on those who attended.
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Why Immigration Reform Can't Wait
Why Immigration Reform Can't Wait
Opponents of comprehensive immigration reform argue that this is no time to tackle another controversial initiative, but they are wrong. Now is the time to push a bill through Congress.
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