Rondell Treviño is the Founder of The immigration Project—a faith-based organization that inspires the Church to view Immigration and love Immigrants the way God intended. Before founding The immigration Project, Rondell worked as a Southeast Mobilizer for the Evangelical Immigration Table and also served for two years as a Pastoral Resident at Fellowship Memphis Church under Bryan Loritts. Rondell speaks on issues of Immigration from a biblical perspective at Churches, organizations, and conferences throughout the country–and meets with legislators on how to better create, implement, and sustain just and good Immigration policies and practices geared toward the flourishing of society. Rondell received a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies from Belhaven University (2014), and a Master of Divinity from Capital Seminary and Graduate School (2016). Rondell is happily married to Laura Treviño, and is the proud father to Sofia Treviño.
Cameron Ventura is a church planter, writer, and Immigration activist. Since 2014 he has partnered with the National Immigration Forum by organizing events on college campuses, contacting legislators, and generating dialogue about reform. After graduating with a B.A. in Intercultural Studies from North Greenville University, he went on to serve on the Religious Life Council at the College of Charleston for a year while directing the Baptist Collegiate Ministries for the greater Charleston area. In 2017, he and his wife commissioned the overseers of the church they planted with complete leadership as they relocated to Myrtle Beach, SC. Now they are helping to develop a missional community with their home church, Seacoast Vineyard.
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