While Baptists, Catholics, Jews, Muslims and many others are raising moral objections to our nation’s treatment of immigrants and refugees, others are couraging, bringing actual multifaith religious practice to the border is another degree of powerful. One faith leader who has been serving Communion at, and through, the Mexico border is the Rev. John Fanestil. This ministry has now been joined by Muslim and Jewish leaders, and Welton will get a first person briefing about the initiative, and the spiritual impact it has been having in a fraught corner of our nation.
Hear the full November 2, 2019 State of Belief Radio program here.