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  • The Holy Migrant Family #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/22/2018) - This post was written by Timothy Wotring as part of the Advent #PCUSAWallofWelcome series that PPF and the Office of Immigration Issues has gathered. Timothy is a member of the PPF Activist Council, a graduate of Union Theological Seminary in New York, and lives in Philadelphia. He writes often on his blog, blackflagtheology.com. Stories shape … Read More
  • You shall not mistreat, oppress, or exploit #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/20/2018) - This post by Ezequiel Herrera is part of the #PCUSAWallofWelcome Advent series on migration gathered by the PCUSA Office of Immigration Issues and PPF. Follow #PCUSAWallofWelcome on social media to see other posts and reflections.  The first stanza of the Advent hymn O Come, O Come Emmanuel reads… O come, o come Emmanuel To free … Read More
  • The Border in All Our Communities #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/20/2018) - My journey into the immigrant rights movement wasn’t really planned. After college, I didn’t really know what I wanted in my life. So, like many young Presbyterians, I decided to join the Young Adult Volunteer Program, or YAV, as a way to figure out where God was calling me after university. After a long period … Read More
  • Mobile Congregation #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/18/2018) - This reflection was written by Rev. Dr. Gregory Cuéllar as a part of the #PCUSAWallofWelcome Advent Series of reflections on migration gathered by PPF and the PCUSA Office of Immigration Issues.  The mobile congregation is without a building or a set location, rather they are people of faith. What kind a faith is this? What is … Read More
  • I Don’t Look for God in the Face of the Migrant #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/17/2018) - This reflection was written by Alison Wood as a part of the #PCUSAWallofWelcome Advent Series of reflections on migration gathered by PPF and the PCUSA Office of Immigration Issues.  I don’t look for God in the face of the migrant.   People migrating are first people, and I know how easy it is to see … Read More
  • A Prayer for November 2018 (11/6/2018) - Holy One,   Do you still look at creation at say “it is good”? Do you still look at your people and believe we are worth saving? What do you say when you look at us today? What do you think when you see what we have done with your good world?   We look … Read More