Debbie Northern helped explain the asylum process to migrants in Juárez and guide border immersion in El Paso.
Debbie Northern reports the latest from El Paso, as Title 42 finally ends.
Debbie Northern says too often migrants are not being treated as our brothers and sisters. Christians need to reach out with compassion.
As the arrival of migrants continues to fluctuate, the El Paso community continues to serve.
When people in our immersion program meet migrants in the shelters, they begin to see them as human beings who have suffered and need help.
We tend to focus on the bad news — war, shootings and hatred — but there is joy and hope.
At the U.S.-Mexico border, Debbie Northern reflects on the Christian call to seek justice for all who are oppressed.
Lessons from walking the Camino and from the U.S.-Mexico border
Debbie Northern shares observations from the border on the ‘crisis of immigration’
Weathering the ebbs and flows of migration and accompanying migrants at the border.
Answering the call to provide a safe haven for migrants and asylum seekers at the border