Rondell Treviño, Founder & President, Memphis immigration Project
When it comes to the complex topic of Immigration in the United States, one of the healthiest things we can do as Christians and people of good will is open up the Bible and see what God has to say about it. Although we have the right to have different perspectives on immigration politically and economically, we must first seek to have a biblical perspective.
However, many Christians fail to actually put this into practice. According to Lifeway Research 2015, only 12% of Christians primarily choose to view immigration from the Bible. In other words, 88% of Christians primarily choose to view immigration from something other than the Bible such as politics, economics, legality, and fear.
So what does the Bible say about immigration?
Listen to my answer to this question when I represented Memphis immigration Project and spoke at the Legacy Disciple Conference in Chicago by clicking on the link here:
Memphis immigration Project exists to inspire the Christian community and people of good will to love their Immigrant neighbor.