The Church, Theology

Our Christian Duty – Luke 4

 Cameron Ventura, Immigration Activist In John Calvin’s “Institutes,” he says the following, “Now it is very clear what our duty is: Thus, if the Lord has committed to us the protection of our life, our duty is to protect it; if he offers helps to us, to use them; if he forewarns us of dangers, […]

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The Church, Theology

3 Devotional Plans to Start Your 2018

As the New Year kicks off, these three devotional plans on God’s heart for the Immigrant and Refugee are great to go through with yourself or even with family or friends. I Was A Stranger Challenge https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/3493-the-i-was-a-stranger-challenge Refugees: A Biblical Perspective https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/2262-refugees Seeking Refuge: God’s Heart for Refugees https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/2880-seeking-refuge-gods-heart-for-refugees   Memphis immigration Project exists to engage […]

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Theology

The Christmas Story is about an Immigrant

 Rondell Treviño, Founder & President, Memphis immigration Project During Christmas, the birth of Jesus is usually read throughout Churches, homes, and Christmas plays around the world. We love to read about Jesus, our Savior, born in a manger and wrapped in swaddling clothes, while the wise men follow the star to worship Jesus. However, we […]

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Theology

The Reformation and Immigrant: Sola Scriptura

 Rondell Treviño, Founder & President, Memphis immigration Project The Protestant Reformation of the 16th century changed Christianity forever. Roused to action by the corruption and abuses they saw in the Roman Catholic church of the time, visionary pastors and leaders like Martin Luther and John Calvin spearheaded a movement that transformed Christianity and eventually led […]

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The Church, Theology

What does the Bible say about Immigration?

 Rondell Treviño, Founder & President, Memphis immigration Project When it comes to the complex topic of Immigration in the United States, one of the healthiest things we can do as Christians and people of good will is open up the Bible and see what God has to say about it. Although we have the right […]

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The Church, Theology

THE REFORMATION AND IMMIGRANT

 Rondell Treviño, President & Founder, Memphis immigration Project October 31st marks the 500th anniversary of the 16th century Protestant Reformation. Roused to action by the corruption and abuses they saw in the Roman Catholic church of the time, visionary pastors and leaders like Martin Luther and John Calvin spearheaded a movement that transformed Christianity and eventually led […]

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