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casa mariposa detention visitation program
Rocio Calderon kept a Presbyterian Mission Agency delegation spellbound recently just by telling her story.
Calderon, who grew up in Bolivia, was locked away in a U.S. detention center for two years even after being economically exploited by an employer. One thing that kept her going, she said, was the compassion of the Casa Mariposa Detention Visitation Program, which encouraged her through cards and visits.
Rocio Calderon kept a Presbyterian Mission Agency delegation spellbound Monday just by telling her story.
On Thursday, President Trump travels to the southern border of the U.S. to make his case for a $5 billion border wall to protect the country from an invasion of migrants. Mission co-worker Mark Adams has lived on the border since 1998. He believes that Christians are called to see the migrant issue very differently.