Solitude is abandoning ourselves to the simplicity and sacredness of a Maker who loves us the same.
As travelers milled about Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on a recent Thursday afternoon, an unmarked white van came to a stop beside the airport’s domestic terminal, having completed its two-hour trip from a sprawling immigration detention facility in Southwest Georgia.
The unspeakable happened; B.'s beloved suffered a miscarriage.
We are called to be midwives of hope.
This was our guest’s first full day of freedom in the United States; he had plenty of free time and wanted to see the area.
These are glimpses of grace in the midst of the grit of life.
Mothering is hard work, but it’s also a gift of grace and love. Let’s celebrate those who mother us and work to end systems that are ungracious and unloving towards moms everywhere.
On this radio interview, Anton and Dianne discuss immigration detention and Casa Alterna's role in offering radical hospitality to immigrants and asylum seekers in the detention-to-deportation pipeline.
When love crosses borders, all it wants is to come home.
Housing is not only a human right, it's a beautiful gift that must be available to all.