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'Today's faith-based communities are being called to help God's children. Gena Thomas's story of how she

answered this call is both powerful and inspirational. At the same time, she sheds light and brings awareness

to the realities of how children continue to suffer around the globe and how we can all help even the least of

these, God's children in need. Separated by the Border is a book that will empower and inspire the reader.'

(John DeGarmo, director of The Foster Care Institute, author of Faith and Foster Care)'God commands his

people to care for those vulnerable to injustice―particularly, immigrants and children. Gena Thomas and

her family faithfully responded to these biblical injunctions by welcoming a five-year-old foster girl from

Honduras into their home. In Separated by the Border, Gena weaves together her own story with the story of

this precious girl and the brave mother from whom she was separated in the course of a perilous journey to

the United States. In the process, she puts human faces on the complex but often politicized issues of

immigration, asylum seekers, and foster care. Separated by the Border is a gripping, gracefully written story

that the American church needs to hear.' (Matthew Soerens, US director of church mobilization, World

Relief, coauthor of Welcoming the Stranger)'In one powerful book Gena Thomas shares the trauma, hope,

and love that is the migration of men, women, and children in today's world. Wrapped around her own

experience as a foster parent, Thomas helps us understand why one flees their home country, even though

they want to return. It is truly a remarkable book.' (Ali Noorani, executive director of the National

Immigration Forum, author of There Goes the Neighborhood)'Gena's story, Julia's story, and Lupe's story

have been stewarded in a beautifully delicate yet prophetic calling out in this book's telling. . . . This book is

one of the most compelling and practical ways to say yes to those who need it most.' (From the foreword by

Michelle Ferrigno Warren, author of The Power of Proximity)'Welcoming strangers is dangerous. All sorts

of things might happen: it might radically alter your understanding of the world, change your politics, or

your relationships. It will certainly affect your relationship with God. Gena Thomas's book is testament to

the wonderfully transforming power of hospitality. I recommend her story to you as a daring and dangerous

read.' (Krish Kandiah, founding director of Home for Good, author of God Is Stranger)'When headlines and

public policy debates filter down to the story of one mother, one child, and one US citizen willing to walk

through the process, our focus changes from the macro to the micro. A story of grief, pain, politics, faith,

endurance, laughter, separation, and reunification, this steps us out of the policy debate and into the

individual experience. I wholeheartedly recommend Gena Thomas as a voice that has walked through real,

sacrificial relationships using her Christian faith as a guide for each step of the process. If we want to

understand how the policies and politics of the immigration debate impact real people, this is the place to

start. This is a humanizing story that takes us beyond the talking points.' (Alexandra Kuykendall, author of

Loving My Actual Neighbor, cofounder of The Open Door Sisterhood)'Gena Thomas is a maestra tejedor

(master weaver) who intertwines the tales of two courageous mothers with the threads of theology, history,


and politics to produce a brilliant tapestry that skillfully exposes both the injustice of immigration and the

wonder of restoration. Reader beware: this book will necessarily shatter your heart. Yet, it won't produce

paralysis. Rather, Separated by the Border will grow your capacity to love beyond boundaries, borders,

complexities, and documentation statuses. For the sake of our divided world, I commend this book with

hope.' (Jer Swigart, cofounder of the Global Immersion Project, coauthor of Mending the Divides: Creative

Love in a Conflicted World)'In Separated by the Border, we witness the fierce, unwavering love of two

mothers. In their eyes, we see glimpses of the heart for all of God's beloved children. Sobering and

compelling, their story inspires us to step more fully into a life of dangerous and courageous love.' (Peter

Greer, president and chief executive officer of HOPE International)'In Separated by the Border, Gena

Thomas skillfully weaves a story of heartbreak and hope in a world overflowing with cultural chaos. Yet this

story is real, filled with helpful context and pointed commentary about little Julia and her family's lived

experience. I found myself drawn in from the first chapter as Gena helped me understand and care about the

complex terrain of family separation, asking me to follow her own brave soul into the place of being willing

to do something about it. I pray t

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