Since 2013, a network of conservative faith, law enforcement, business leadership, and veterans have come together to establish a new consensus on immigrants and America.
These allies have a common goal, for good reason.
They have seen the changing face of America in their congregations, businesses and communities. Their response has been to advocate for policy solutions that will strengthen their communities and help new Americans attain the opportunities, skills and status to reach their fullest potential.
Through strategy sessions, roundtables and visits to Capitol Hill, they’ve advocated for broad immigration solutions that keep us secure, respect the rule of law, help grow our economy and are compassionate.
We’re dealing with human beings here. And we must be in a position where we enforce the law. But we also have to be compassionate.
– Sheriff Paul Fitzgerald, Story County, Iowa
“Immigration reform is about people and families; many on the fringes of society. This is where Jesus lived and served. So should we.”
– William E. Brown, Chancellor, Cedarville University
Learn more about the Bibles, Badges and Business for Immigration Reform network and get involved.