Christians and Immigration


Though the vast majority of people living in the United States have immigrant ancestry, the nation’s immigration policy has at times failed to welcome strangers who come seeking religious, political, and economic freedom. This guide, a collection of current pieces and articles from past decades, is part of a series designed to spark discussion, thought, and action about how to live out God’s call for justice for all our neighbors.

Contributors to this guide include: Ched Myers, Eric Ledermann, Damon Schroeder, Jim Wallis, Daniel G. Groody, José F. Morales Jr., Sue Lefebvre, Maryada Vallet, James Reel, Bob Ekblad, Noemi Mena, Angela Maria Kelley, Sally Steenland, and Gabriel Salguero