Migration: A world of stories
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Migration: A world of stories

By Rubén Ortiz Our eyes and ears never get a break. Continual sight and sound revolve around the border crisis. Headlines follow one another; news flashes and press conferences interrupt our daily lives. Expert opinions multiply, while solutions diminish. Politicians, logisticians, religious leaders and activists visit the Southern border. They all clamor to be correct … Continue reading

Advocacy Action Alert: Immigration Reform
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Advocacy Action Alert: Immigration Reform

By Elket Rodriguez Immigration Reform is a priority for the current Administration and this Congress. We are calling on immigration advocates to engage their elected officials for immigration reform that is compassionate and consistent with our Principles and Values for Immigration Reform. Our Advocacy Action Team for Immigrants and Refugees is working to encourage and … Continue reading

CBF leaders reaffirm call to ‘welcome the stranger,’ pledge to advocate for ‘permanent solutions’ for immigrants and refugees
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CBF leaders reaffirm call to ‘welcome the stranger,’ pledge to advocate for ‘permanent solutions’ for immigrants and refugees

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship leaders have joined other faith leaders across the country in reaffirming the biblical call to “welcome the stranger” and expressed appreciation for recent positive steps taken by the new administration on immigration policy and committed to work with elected officials to find “permanent solutions” for immigrants and refugees. “As Christians, we have … Continue reading

Investment in the lives of others
CBF Field Personnel / Field Personnel / Field Personnel Columns / immigration

Investment in the lives of others

Over the next weeks and months, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will be sharing reflections from our CBF field personnel serving around the world. These are stories of impact and outreach, Gospel-sharing and relationship building, long-term presence and abundant love. The following is a reflection from CBF field personnel Sue Smith, who serves through LUCHA Ministries … Continue reading

CBF Podcast: Christians Against Christian Nationalism & DACA, DREAMers and the Church
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CBF Podcast: Christians Against Christian Nationalism & DACA, DREAMers and the Church

Christians Against Christian Nationalism, Featuring Amanda Tyler of the Baptist Joint Committee Memorial Day, July Fourth, and Veterans Day tend to be the Sundays that most churches creep up to the intersection of Separation of Church and State. After generations of not giving it a second thought, many churches still have an American flag in … Continue reading

CBF leaders celebrate Supreme Court decision on DACA, call for action from Congress
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CBF leaders celebrate Supreme Court decision on DACA, call for action from Congress

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship leaders applauded the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 18 decision that blocks deportation of about 700,000 residents who came to the United States as children and who have been protected from deportation by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival, or DACA. In Department of Homeland Security (DHS) v. Regents of the University of … Continue reading

Líderes de CBF celebran la decisión de la Corte Suprema sobre DACA, el llamado a la acción del Congreso
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Líderes de CBF celebran la decisión de la Corte Suprema sobre DACA, el llamado a la acción del Congreso

Líderes del Compañerismo Bautista Cooperativo (CBF) respaldaron la decisión de la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos del 18 de junio que paraliza la deportación de unos 700,000 residentes que llegaron a los Estados Unidos cuando eran niños y que han sido protegidos de la deportación por la Acción Diferida para la Llegada a la … Continue reading

CBF Advocacy releases DREAMer video testimonies, urges action for DACA recipients
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CBF Advocacy releases DREAMer video testimonies, urges action for DACA recipients

Itzayana was brought to the U.S. from Mexico at the age of 2. She’s 24 now and faithfully serves her church. Jemima is a recent college graduate working for a Christian ministry serving vulnerable children. With the elimination of DACA and possibility of deportation, the future Itzayana and Jemima have been building for themselves may soon be stripped away. Contact your members of Congress and ask their support of DREAMers like Itzayana and Jemima. Continue reading