Recently Read: GBCS on 40 Days of Prayer for Immigration Reform

The General Board of Church and Society calls for prayer and action on immigration reform:

People of faith continue to make their voices heard on immigration reform. We find ourselves at a pivotal moment in the movement for immigration reform. As followers of Jesus, we believe that the combination of faithful prayer and solidarity with those whose lives are directly impacted by our unjust immigration policies, will make a difference on our elected leaders.

via 40 Days of Prayer for Immigration Reform | General Board of Church & Society.

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