U.S. Evangelical leaders have been hard at work signing cross-denominational statements on pertinent issues, the latest one focused on protecting particular immigrants.
If we take seriously Jesus’ directive to go make disciples of all nations, then we should also take seriously his directive to welcome the stranger, the sick, the sojourner and the refugee.
Trump defended negotiations with Democrats on immigration, as many of his prominent supporters denounced the idea of a deal to legalize the status of hundreds of thousands of young immigrants in the U.S. illegally.
The University of California sued the Trump administration Friday for rescinding protections for immigrant students without legal status.
Trump has been able to count on the support of Evangelicals, but many prominent Christian leaders are against his administration's plans to end DACA.
DACA has enabled youth and young adults not just to work toward building their own futures, but also to find peace of mind–something that was previously unfamiliar to them.
Former President Barack Obama called his successor Donald Trump’s announcement that he plans to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program "cruel" and "contrary to our spirit and common sense."
President Trump has decided to end an Obama-era program that has granted relief from deportation to hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants.
With the president reportedly at the point of canceling DACA, some of its 800,000 beneficiaries describe what they gained—and now fear losing—from the program.
A coalition of Evangelical organizations and leaders has issued a statement calling on President Trump to maintain DACA and protect undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.