Doctrine, discipline, denial and the CtA

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"No one can see the kingdom of God without being born from above" (John. 3:3) is a clear direction of thought and purpose of the hospitality of God. God blesses men, women,children and the union between a man and a woman. God does not say we can hitch ourselves to every passing fancy,but, HIS Church is open to all the people of the world. I pray that we all will remember HIS WAY through Jesus Christ that made a way for us.

Janet L. Myers more than 4 years ago

Notable Quotes


“Are we going to have to worry about ICE agents swooping down on our clients on distribution day? What if my congregation chose to offer sanctuary to an immigrant facing deportation? Would we have to worry about immigration officers and sheriff’s deputies kicking down our front door?”

– The Rev. Daniel Schultz, pastor of a rural Wisconsin United Church of Christ congregation that runs a food pantry serving immigrants, quoted by Kimberly Winston in a Religion News Service article, Religious groups, leaders respond to new immigration policies


“I keep asking, where are God’s borders? If Jesus was a Mexican, would Donald Trump deport him?”

– Bishop Dwayne Royster, political director of the PICO National Network, an interfaith organization that provides services to immigrants, quoted by Kimberly Winston in a Religion News Service article, Religious groups, leaders respond to new immigration policies.


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