Monthly Archives: August 2014

Overseas Update: India cleans up a city (literally) and provides children’s camp for migrants

The work of Christ For the City International has not simply been with children south of the border. We also have worked heavily with people on the other side of the globe, like Amos Humtsoe, the base director for CFCI-Nagaland–in India. Below he shares some of the (relatively) recent activities he and CFCI have been… Read more »

Child Immigration Crisis: Dr. Anderson speaks out, Part 2

The child immigration crisis is a difficult and complicated problem, with many facets and strong implications, whatever your party affiliation. While it’s easy to focus on the situation in the United States, that situation is only a result of the poverty, violence, and gang activity that dominates these Central American countries. The sad truth is… Read more »

Child Immigration Crisis: Dr. Chip Anderson Speaks Out

Few stories have pricked our sensibilities in recent months more than that of children who have illegally immigrated to the United States from Central America. While this has been happening for a few years, the reason it has finally come into the national spotlight is the sheer numbers of these immigrants—more than 57,000. Those numbers… Read more »