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  1. Linn says:

    “Borderlands” just about brought me to tears. Over the past 40 years I’ve worked with the undocumented, refugees, and newly arrived with visas. I’ve taught their children English and translated weddings, medical appointments, and funerals. At the Spanish-speaking church where I attend the “hermanos” (brethren) cleaned my house and brought me meals for a year after major surgery. I have a big heart for these people. I am glad someone is remembering those who don’t make it.

    I always tell people it’s better to have a visa, but when I hear their stories, I know why they come.

  2. Michael says:

    Linn,

    Thanks for reading it and responding kindly…

  3. bob1 says:

    I read it and couldn’t stop thinking that the guy was Jesus.

  4. JTK says:

    Ohhhh looks like a rich list, thanks!

  5. Dread says:

    Excellent, useful, compellingly provocative list of articles.

  6. Officerhoppy says:

    “ Anger isn’t a virtue, but it is a fact. And admitting we have it is the beginning of a kind of healing only God can do.”

    I totally agree with the first sentence. Haven’t found the second to be true…yet.

  7. Michael says:

    The real story behind Rob McCoy is that they had to hire help to keep track of all the money flowing in…insiders told me they had never seen anything like it….and they had been around some heavy hitters…

  8. Pineapple Head says:

    Moore did a great job with that Loretta Lynn article.

  9. bob1 says:

    Great article, Michael. Also kinda depressing. But that’s where we’re at. In way too many instances, “God and country” has been swallowed whole by a misguided focus on “country.” Seems like anytime God or Christ are subsumed by some other cause, the faith loses or is prostituted.

  10. JD says:

    “Subscriber access only You have reached the end of the free preview.
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    Some churches sell tickets I’ve heard.

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