WHAT YOU WILL HEAR

My guest for The Happy Hour #320 is Sarah Jackson. Sarah is part of a ministry called Casa De Paz (means house of peace), which is a hospitality home that offers support for families that are separated from immigrant detention. She is also the co-author of a book called The House That Love Built.

I am so thankful for Sarah openly sharing about how she grew a passion for the issues surrounding immigration. In this episode, Sarah talks to us about the painful realities of the immigration process, the stereotypes that linger in our society, and what it really means to love your neighbor as yourself. She also shares more details on starting Casa De Paz and the moment she felt called to foster change after coming face to face with people affected by immigration policies. I love her transparency when she says, “I knew if I followed that calling of ‘okay, something is going to change,’ that [my life] would be drastically different. But I couldn’t escape it.” Sometimes we feel called by God to move, and it can be scary to think about how much our lives will change as a result. I’m so encouraged by Sarah’s faithfulness to God’s calling and devotion to loving her neighbor. Make sure to check out her book The House That Love Built wherever books are sold!

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