NEWSLETTER: National Association of Evangelicals - Influence for Good.


10404113298?profile=RESIZE_710xWe read news stories about the U.S.-Mexico border, but it’s hard to understand what it’s really like. Steve Eng, NAE advocacy director, captured his reflections from a visit to the border in this four-part series. While the needs at the border are great, it is inspiring to see the work that evangelical ministries are doing to love and serve those who are caught between nations.
The Place Where Nations Meet

All eight of my great-grandparents immigrated from Sweden to the U.S. Upper Midwest over a century ago, and I have always considered myself 100 percent American. But on my first trip to West Texas and the U.S./Mexico border, I was struck by how families in El Paso of Hispanic origin (who may look like foreigners to some) ...
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Crisis at the Border

When people talk about the "crisis at the border," it is helpful to note there are different stories and situations at various places along the border. Conditions change week by week. Or the sense of crisis depends who currently holds office ...
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Inside a Church Migrant Shelter

In Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Abara Borderland Connections serves a network of 20 migrant shelters in the sprawling metropolis of 1.7 million across the border from El Paso. In these shelters, Abara offers staffing support, builds self-esteem by doing makeovers ...
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The full Stories from the Border series is available at

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