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Wrapping our prayers around the immigration crisis

I live in a city in the United States close to the Mexican border where immigration has long been a part of daily community life. I’ve benefited from the influx of business resulting from international trade and have enjoyed friendships with those who have come from other countries. But I’ve also been saddened by the tragedies that have occurred, the illegal drug runners flying unmarked planes low over pastures, and the increasing divisiveness the immigration issue

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