Episode 22: Where the Gospel Meets Immigration + Update

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Christians say God cares for the foreigner, but what happens when foreigners make their home with us? A worship leader accidentally takes his church on a wild ride through the immigration system.
Includes a story update. Originally aired on October 15, 2019.

RESOURCES

Commercial: 84 Lumber commercial 

Research: Key Findings About US Immigrants from Pew Research

Visual: Graph of US Immigration Legislation History 

Survey: Public Religion Research full survey 

Article: History of ICE 

Video: Russell Moore on Immigration 

Article: What You Should Know About Family Separation at the Border 

Article: Samaritan’s Purse Responds to the US-Mexico Border Crisis 

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CREDITS

This episode was produced and written by Rachel Szabo and Jesse Eubanks. This episode was mixed and edited by Rachel Szabo and Anna Tran

Hosted by Jesse Eubanks and Rachel Szabo.

Music from Murphy DX, Lee Rosevere, Podington Bear and Blue Dot Sessions.

Special thank you to our interviewees: Russell Andrews, Clarence Kamara and Dorothy Ortiz.

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