A Fellowship Southwest immigrant relief shelter is the busiest spot in the middle of the desert. Located in the village of Palomas, 100 miles west of El Paso/Juarez, it feeds and protects 1,500 immigrants a month. Some are refugees seeking asylum in the United States. Many are deportees—immigrants kicked out of the U.S. and dropped in Palomas, about as middle-of-nowhere as you can get. But Pastor Rosalío Sosa, who oversees the shelter, is committed to feeding and loving all of them in Jesus’ name. Fellowship Southwest provides operating funds, but for $1,000, you can supply the food.