Your gifts help curb literal and figurative hunger pangs as asylum seekers strive to fill a craving for justice.
Anton Flores-Maisonet delivered this sermon at Oakhurst Presbyterian Church.
I hope little Israel knows that I see that of God in him.
Anton Flores-Maisonet (B.S.W. ’92) frequently commutes from Decatur, Ga., to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to provide hospitality, assistance and accompaniment to recently arrived immigrants and asylum seekers at no cost.
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.
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.
When a woman who is almost 50 years old requests a stuffed animal, you know it's a happy, hopeful, hard new year.
There was room in the vehicle for an interfaith evening of illumination and joy.
"My partner and I were attacked; he was killed and I had to flee."
“M” is a high school student but this is not his “first-day-of-school” photo.