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March 3, 2020 35 min

With experience fostering a migrant child, living in Mexico and Honduras, fluent Spanish, and a masters in International Development, Gena Thomas could have a lot to say about immigration. Instead, she humbly defers to latino experts and shares only of her own touch points. Bigger themes include God at work in hard places, growing through suffering, and finding faith in the mother heart of God. 

 

Mentioned on the show:

Chalmers Center*

Sonia Nazario, Enrique's Journey

*While Gena talks about her work at The Chalmers Center, she does not speak on behalf of the organization.

Reflection Questions:

  • Are you staying up to date on immigration? What are you curious about?
  • What do you think about the statement, "God has always been at work here?"
  • When you are discouraged, what do you do to keep going?
  • How has your faith been stretched through pain and suffering?
  • Do you resonate with the mother heart of God?
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