What Would Jesus Pod? Episode 14 – The Front Lines on Immigration and Family Separation: Our In-Depth Interview with Amalia Luxardo of the Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project

Amalia Luxardo Special in-depth interview with Amalia Luxardo, the Development & Research Director at the Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project, the only organization in Arizona working directly with immigrant children and families. Hear a first-hand account of what is happening at the border, with family separation, children who have been left behind

The Line: Who DIDN’T Win the Presidential Debate?

A lot is being said about what critical domestic issues the debaters did not engage in last night while they argued tax policy - education, unions, gay marriage, women's rights, immigration - but the topic they did not address that affects the most of people struggling is poverty. The very poor, the homeless, the working

Obama and Romney on Poverty

"The biblical prophets clearly say that a nation’s righteousness is determined by how it treats its poor and vulnerable." - Jim Wallis. This is a truth found throughout the whole Word of God, and a fundamental value of our faith. We as Christians are called to not only help the poor but to defend them

“Lord, when did we see you hungry?”: The 2012 Hunger Report

Quote from the article: “I’m a Christian preacher, so it’s my job to remind people that God loves you and me and everybody, including single moms who have trouble feeding their kids — and Somali moms who have trouble keeping their kids from dying of hunger.”Amen...enough said. What are our values?