immigration

ORANGE CITY—Matthew Soerens admits immigration is a thorny issue, but he recently combined facts, statistics and biblical principles regarding the topic to show how U.S. Christians can love their immigrant neighbors. Soerens, the U.S. director of church mobilization for World Relief, broached the topic during a program titled “Who Is My Neighbor? A Christian Response
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A man engaged our family in conversation over lunch in the Munich train station cafeteria in the early 1970s. He asked where we came from. We replied, “We are Americans,” which was obvious to him. He wanted to know where our ancestors originated. We stammered, hemmed and hawed: German, Scotch, Welsh, English, with others in
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PARIS (AP) — Mainstream candidates delivered a stinging setback to France’s far right in regional elections Sunday, thwarting its hopes of winning control of a region for the first time and slowing its momentum ahead of the presidential contest next year. National Rally leader Marine Le Pen quickly conceded that the far-right, anti-immigration party failed
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