On the Way

Vol. 2, No. 1: Immigration Justice


Iris DeLeon HartshornThe Scripture passage for Kansas City 2015, our next denominational convention, is Luke 24, which is often referred to as “the journey to Emmaus.” As we journey through life in our own communities, how often have we seen Jesus in the people we have encountered? Have we been able to see the face of Jesus in immigrants who live in our communities? Immigrant mothers and fathers have the same dreams for their children as I have for my own children. <continue…>


Prayer on the steps of Bob Goodlatte’s office in Harrisonburg, Va.

The revised 2014 Churchwide Immigration Statement for Mennonite Church USA recommends five actions to congregations for 2014–2016. Each of the actions is illustrated by an example of ministry already happening in Mennonite Church USA. <continue…>


Blog: Virgo Handojo and Jaime Lázaro reflect on being part of a delegation of Mennonite leaders who met with congressional representatives in May 2013 to advocate for just and humane immigration reform.

Communication Team: Hannah Heinzekehr, Joanna Shenk, Annette Brill Bergstresser, Chris Rahe, Ken Gingerich
Translation: Alex Naula, Zulma Prieto

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