April 29, 2014

One more time, evangelicals head to Hill on immigration reform

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Galen Carey, vice president of National Association of Evangelicals, speaks at the news conference of the Evangelical Immigration Table on April 29, 2014. Behind him, left to right are: Paige Patterson, president, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; John Perkins, co-founder, Christian Community Development Association, Althea Taylor, executive pastor, Bronx Bethany Church of the Nazarene; Eugene Cho, pastor, Quest Church in Seattle; Rich Nathan, senior pastor of Vineyard Columbus in Ohio. Religion News Service photo by Adelle M. Banks

Galen Carey, vice president of National Association of Evangelicals, speaks at the news conference of the Evangelical Immigration Table on April 29, 2014. Behind him, left to right are: Paige Patterson, president, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; John Perkins, co-founder, Christian Community Development Association, Althea Taylor, executive pastor, Bronx Bethany Church of the Nazarene; Eugene Cho, pastor, Quest Church in Seattle; Rich Nathan, senior pastor of Vineyard Columbus in Ohio. Religion News Service photo by Adelle M. Banks

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WASHINGTON (RNS) Trying yet again with new voices added to their cause, more than 250 evangelical pastors came to Washington on Tuesday to continue their push for Congress to enact immigration reform.