An Interview with Jenny Yang, Vice President of Advocacy and Policy for World Relief
Immigration was one of the hot-button issues of the last presidential election, and it continues to be a divisive issue in the halls of Washington DC today. Unfortunately, far too many Christians and evangelical churches are uneducated on this important issue or taking their “facts” from opinionated and unresearched political and media sources that do not have a holistic Christian worldview.
There is no doubt about it, immigration is a source of tension for all of us. Thankfully, World Relief has made it their mission to “empower the local Church to serve the most vulnerable” and that includes standing for displaced refugees and immigrants.
I am honored to introduce author/speaker and fellow Redbud writer, Elisabeth Klein Corcoran who just released her new book, Unraveling: Holding on to Your Faith through the End of a Christian Marriage. And before some people get too nervous, I affirm that Elisabeth has a high view of the marriage covenant. Unfortunately, because we as Christians remain in a fallen world where people continuously choose to sin, some marriages are forced to necessary endings. When divorce happens in the church, we need a better way of listening and supporting those who have already been grievously hurt in the process. It is why this understanding that I have interviewed Elisabeth concerning her new book and the Hot Topic of divorce.