Anticipating The Birth of Jesus
An Advent Devotional on Immigration
Immigration is often a forgotten theme during the Christmas season. However, shortly after the anticipation of Jesus’ miraculous birth, His family flees for safety as Migrants to another land. Therefore, Jesus’ birth and the theme of Immigration are more closely related than we might think during the Christmas season. In ‘Anticipating The Birth of Jesus: An Advent Devotional on Immigration’, we explore this and what the Bible says about immigration in a 25-day devotional from December 1st through December 25th. PURCHASE THE BOOK BELOW!
The Immigration Coalition has helped me see how much God loves immigrants, including my own ancestors. Their work demonstrates daily how much God cares for all people no matter their background or status. And it is entirely grounded in scripture, not partisan politics.Mark MadrigalNorth Carolina
TiC consistently reminds me of the scriptural mandate to value all people as made in God’s image and that I don’t have to agree on every policy suggestion to understand the vital importance of treating all people with dignity and respect.Chad WoolfChrist community church, Fort Myers, FL
TiC has been instrumental in helping me learn more immigration including about the plight of Christians caught up in our immigration system. They have also provided information that is free from political bias that helps me to have more informed conversations with family and church members. They are giving me the tools to provoke loving and God honoring discussions that help others to see immigrants as people God loves.Jenny Wood
The Immigration Coalition is the first organization I have seen that has a primary focus of speaking biblical truth into the human issue of immigration in our country. Their message consistently challenges us to expand our view of “who is my neighbor,” and they provide us tangible ways to express love for our immigrant neighbors. I am so thankful for the work they are doing to lead God’s people towards seeking justice and loving mercy.Derek EnsignAustin, Texas