Evangelical leader says church's 'moral voice' needed on immigration
From left, Valentina Orduna, Juses Chavez, Eric Orduna, Juan Orduna, Patty Gaytan and Omar Herrera rally for immigration near 10th and Pacific Streets in Omaha on Oct. 12, 2013.
Posted: Thursday, February 13, 2014 12:00 am
A leader with a national evangelical coalition called Thursday for U.S. immigration reform that follows biblical values.
Michelle Warren of the Evangelical Immigration Table said during a talk in Omaha that the Bible’s emphasis on compassion, fairness and helping strangers must be part of the debate over immigration reform.
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