What if he came and we sent him away?

Passing along an advent reflection I wrote for CBF’s blog:

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By Adam McDuffie

adammcduffieIn the weeks following the election, we’ve often seen headlines about the possibility of a ban on immigrants based solely on their faith tradition, coupled with a registry for those who are already here or the deportation of undocumented migrants who came here seeking a better life for their families.

In response, many Americans have demanded cities and institutions label themselves as sanctuaries, while others have stated they would register as Muslim themselves if such a registry came to be. I’ve been proud to see many churches among those pledging to provide sanctuary to those who need it.

We find ourselves now in the season of Advent, a season of waiting.

In worship at my church on the first Sunday of Advent, as I’m sure was the case at most churches, we began this season of waiting by joining the voices of Christians echoing through the ages singing…

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