Social Issues

Immigration


The following resources offer a Lutheran theological approach for thinking about immigration issues and engaging with a congregation’s or individual’s immigrant neighbors.

 

Resources

  Audio

  • Youth Immigration — Kim Haynes, director for children’s services, and Tara Mulder, director for marketing and communications for Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, address the issue of the increasing number of unaccompanied minors fleeing to the United States from Central America.
  • His Time – Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Services, Bread of Life
    The Rev. Bart Day, executive director of the LCMS Office of National Mission, and executive board member at-large for LIRS talks about LIRS.
  • Faith’n’Family – LIRS Refugee Sunday
    The Rev. Bart Day, LCMS Office of National Mission, and Tara Mulder, director for marketing and communications for Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, discuss how God provides for the needs of refugees, asylum-seekers and new Americans through the mercy work of local congregations and families.
  • Lutheran Immigration & Refugee Services
    Linda Hartke, CEO of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, gives an LIRS update and talks about its 75th anniversary.

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  Documents

  Recognized Service Organizations (RSO)


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