All Saints is co-sponsoring an event put on World Relief on April 27th please read about it below and consider joining us!
(From the website for the event)
SYNOPSIS In a time when “the immigration problem” is becoming more divisive, Christians must cut through the rhetoric on all sides and listen clearly to what God teaches us through the Bible. How do we, today, listen and respond to God’s declaration of love for the immigrant?
God loves the foreigner, giving him food and clothing. Therefore you are to love the foreigner, since you were foreigners in the land of Egypt (Deut 10:18-19).
Instead of advocating for a particular stance on immigration reform, this event seeks to remind us that immigrants are people and not representatives of a problem. What does it mean to love our immigrant neighbors in the Triangle, including undocumented immigrants?
Love does not eradicate the many worthy questions of immigration policy—what about those who are here illegally?, what about the economic realities?—but it does require us to engage. Loving our immigrant neighbors starts with learning, and that’s the purpose of this event, Welcoming the Stranger. We hope you will join us.
For more information see http://worldrelief.org/durham/welcomingthestranger