The Phelps family of Westboro Baptist Church opens its arms to like-minded newcomers, but Christ challenges his disciples to go much further in the way of hospitality.
Arkansas pastor Wendell Griffen joined other faith leaders in calling for immigration reform that upholds core principles consistent with the Christian faith.
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship head Suzii Paynter outlined the role houses of worship play in a conference on immigration sponsored by the George W. Bush Foundation.
Wednesday’s special event at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas includes a naturalization ceremony for new citizens.
The Senate’s bipartisan immigration bill ensures that thousands will continue to die unnecessary deaths in America’s Southwest desert.
Russell Moore, incoming chief of the Southern Baptist Convention’s moral-concerns agency, says advocacy for just and fair immigration reform will be a “major touchstone” of his administration.
As mark-up begins on the Gang of 8's immigration reform bill, a group of national religious organizations supported an amendment to ban religious profiling.
Baptist Center for Ethics head Robert Parham says language matters when talking about immigration.
As Congress grapples to craft legislation that would overhaul the nation’s immigration laws, a group of Baptist ministers in North Carolina called on their representatives to move forward with immigration reform.
American Baptists and the World Council of Churches are co-sponsoring an international meeting focusing on the plight of an estimated 12 million people around the world who are denied rights of citizenship in the countries where they reside.