This story of helping asylum seekers find a home in America was witnessed, and written, by Nancy Poling, the wife of one of Herb’s classmates at Bethany Theological Seminary.
A recent photo shows me standing in front of a saguaro cactus, my arms spread in imitation. Ah, southern Arizona in March, when flowers bloom and birds are passing through. For me the Sonoran Desert is a great place to hike.
The number of illegal migrants crossing our southern borders, trekking the desert I hike, increased between February and March (the same months retirees from the North migrate to Arizona.) Trump would have us imagine those coming from the south as invaders, most of them drug dealers, criminals.
On TV this morning camera footage out of Mexico showed a large group making camp at a city playground. Children play on swing sets while women sort through piles of donated clothing, searching for items that will fit their families.
These women and children are among the Honduran asylum seekers Trump would have us fear.
For those of us who have…
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