I’m so much more than my name; I’m so much more than how I look.
Christians are more known for who we exclude than who we embrace, I want to be known by my love.
The real Gospel comforts the disturbed and disturbs the comfortable.
We are all “illegals” in the Kingdom of God. We all had Somebody who snuck us in.
People are confused about what it means to be a Christian, the job of your generation is to clear it up.
Just and fair immigration policy should integrate pro-life, pro-family, and pro-rule of law.
Sometimes making disciples means getting involved with other people’s troubles.
The Church needs them as much as they need us.
If a person’s worth is nothing more than the sum of his tax payments, then 60% of native U.S. citizens are worthless.
~Jason L. Riley
Native Americans feel like, “It’s like all of you came over to grandma’s house, threw a party at her house, and locked grandma into her bedroom. As the party continued and success was achieved, grandma was forgotten.”
Be Biblically correct, not politically correct.
We’ve been struggling with immigrants ever since we got here!
Immigration is the highest complement that anyone can pay to another country.
Cowards never came, and the weak died on the way.
*Disclaimer: Quotes may not be exact copies of what the speaker stated as they were a product of my fast-paced note-taking.*