There’s a very interesting interview posted on Christianity Today with Jenny Hwang, Director of Advocacy and Policy for World Relief. She has also co-authored a recent book titled Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion & Truth in the Immigration Debate.
In it she discusses how she has reconciled her belief in the “rule of law” regarding the immigration issue, with her role at World Relief which advocates for immigration reform. She talks about a number of misconceptions regarding both illegal and legal immigrants in the United States. She also paints a picture of the middle ground that is emerging in the immigration reform debate.
Five minute read. Definitely worth your time as “food for thought” on the role of faith in the immigration issue.