President O’bama has just signed an immigration executive order authorizing about 5 million immigrants to remain in the U.S. for 3 years before going through a process of citizenship. Many politicians oppose this on the basis of its depriving American citizens of jobs and that the president bypassed Congress with his order. Does Christianity have something to say about this, or is it a purely political matter? We ask ourselves that if Christ were physically alive today, would he voice an opinion, or remain silent? Knowing his world-view, surely he would support the plight of poor people (far more poverty-stricken than our poor) who seek to better themselves and maintain the integrity of their families. Would not he who gave his life for them accept them in his home country? As for the executive order, The House of Representatives has not moved on an immigration bill for 18 months since the Senate passed such a bill. I believe we must support an option for the poor. It’s about time!