Borders, Immigrants & the Opportunity of Everyday Peace on our StreetsFebruary 21, 2019
9 am - 3 pm

The rhetoric around borders, walls and immigrants has never been more polarized in our country. In the midst of all it are women, men and children experiencing violence, isolation and fear; both in their own countries and in the United States. While the Borderlands is at the epicenter of this reality, it is not the only place were these realities come alive. In every city and street in our country, there is the opportunity for followers of Jesus to move toward the conflict, pain and injustice as instruments of peace. Over the course of this day, we will go to the center of the immigrant community in San Diego to learn from undocumented people, first generation immigrants and Kingdom leaders who live in Tijuana and San Diego. We will not only learn about immigration, but be equipped with tangible practices to live out in our own contexts as Everyday Peacemakers. The pain is real and the opportunity for transformation and healing is as well.

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