Well, I would talk to people who claimed a Christian faith, but the conversation would be about the economics of immigration, which is important, the social impact of immigration, legal implications, all these things, which are issues you need to get to. But there was not really a Christian piece to it. It was the same conversation I could have with a non-believing neighbor.
Bethany Sundstrom-Smith holds a Master's Degree in Theology (Th.M.) with a focus in Media Arts from Dallas Theological Seminary. Her background is in journalism, marketing, and making lattes. She lives in Portland and runs Cadia Marketing and Food Blog Usability.