So often, civil debate over the nature of our country’s immigration laws is drowned out by the yells and fear-mongering of the “kick ‘em all out” crowd. We are therefore pleased to welcome Rev. Alison Harrington, the pastor of Southside Presbyterian Church in Tucson, Ariz., who works to oppose this overwhelmingly negative rhetoric by advocating for immigration reform infused with a scriptural context. Rev. Harrington describes her church’s Sanctuary program, which since May 13, has been offering Sanctuary to one undocumented immigrant and his family in a demonstration of scriptural and basic human goodness.