More than 250 Evangelical pastors visited GOP Members to urge immigration reform on Tuesday.  The group included pastors from around the country, including many from predominantly white, middle class congregations.  They are part of a coalition dubbed the Evangelical Immigration Table, whose aim is to put Biblical values into action by advocating a more humane immigration policy. Their hope is to persuade those GOP and other members who have been reluctant to consider changes in current policy to be open to reform our outdated immigration system.  Among the pastors was Eugene Cho, pastor at Quest Church in Seattle. “I didn’t want people to think this was only a Hispanic issue,” he said Tuesday. “This is impacting a lot of people, including Asian-Americans.”