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Why I Refused to Become an Illegal Alien is a compelling story that will not disappoint. The author offers a cautionary warning to the country to take a deeper and closer look at the issues at hand and to provide real solutions now -- to do more than simply relieve the [often self-impsed] suffering of immigrants by taking a stand for truth and justice.
The challenge of communicating the historic Christian faith to a post-Christian generation can be complex and daunting. Amandola has developed an excellent resource for this specific task.
In Facing the Change, Terry Coy sets out to provide a text that will realistically address the issues of the Christian church and spur the reader to think biblically about the challenge of missions and to act boldly for Christ amid a changing culture.