The principle of hospitality and the commandment to welcome the stranger are among the most consistent themes of the Bible. How does that apply to the question of undocumented immigrants in our own country? In recent years the question of immigration has become a target of heated political controversy, one that reaches into nearly every community in the country. How does our biblical faith address this issue? And how should people of faith respond? In alternating chapters the authors of this book address these questions, examining the biblical dimensions of hospitality, sanctuary, and immigration, while also relating the actual stories of immigrants why they come, what they seek, what they endure as well as the stories of those who help them.