Meet Erick, brought to the U.S. at two years old illegally by his parents from Mexico. Erick did not know about his undocumented status until he was around eleven years old. He is pursuing graduate level education on DACA and is concerned about what his future might hold. Through it all, he trusts in Christ and seeks to follow God.
Pastor David Crosby is pastor of First Baptist Church, New Orleans. In this podcast interview from June 2016 at the Southern Baptist Convention in St. Louis, he talks about what it is like to engage in immigrant ministry in New Orleans, the need for immigrants to be able to report crimes committed against them, loving your neighbor, supporting local police in helping make our communities safer through humane immigration policy - and he even talks about whether or not we need a wall and how pastors can lead their churches to minister to immigrants wherever they are.
Vance Pittman, pastor of Hope Church in Las Vegas, Nevada, talks about how we are to intentionally reach the immigrants, refugees, and people from all over the world in our communities with the gospel and then speak on their behalf.
Dr. Matthew Hall on living and ministering as exiles in the midst of empire where we find our primary identity in Christ instead of in the world. This will enable us to live according to the Cross and love and minister to the most vulnerable around us, including immigrants and sojourners.