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Crime victims do not always have the right to an attorney. Poor victims of crimes like fraud, abuse, exploitation or trafficking have limited legal options. Many are trapped in a civil or government justice system that they don’t know how to navigate. Our organization offers pro bono legal advice to those that need it most. Become part of our justice initiative as an advocate in a number of ways.

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AMERICA HAS AN ACCESS TO JUSTICE PROBLEM

AMERICA HAS AN ACCESS TO JUSTICE PROBLEM

GOD'S INVITATION

“IS NOT THIS THE KIND OF FASTING I HAVE CHOSEN: TO LOOSE THE CHAINS OF INJUSTICE AND UNTIE THE CORDS OF THE YOKE, TO SET THE OPPRESSED FREE AND BREAK EVERY YOKE? IS IT NOT TO SHARE YOUR FOOD WITH THE HUNGRY AND TO PROVIDE THE POOR WANDERER WITH SHELTER– WHEN YOU SEE THE NAKED, TO CLOTHE THEM, AND NOT TO TURN AWAY FROM YOUR OWN FLESH AND BLOOD?”

ISAIAH 58:6-7

 

“HE HAS SHOWN YOU, O MORTAL, WHAT IS GOOD. AND WHAT DOES THE LORD REQUIRE OF YOU? TO ACT JUSTLY AND TO LOVE MERCY AND TO WALK HUMBLY WITH YOUR GOD.”

MICAH 6:8

GOD'S INVITATION

“IS NOT THIS THE KIND OF FASTING I HAVE CHOSEN: TO LOOSE THE CHAINS OF INJUSTICE AND UNTIE THE CORDS OF THE YOKE, TO SET THE OPPRESSED FREE AND BREAK EVERY YOKE? IS IT NOT TO SHARE YOUR FOOD WITH THE HUNGRY AND TO PROVIDE THE POOR WANDERER WITH SHELTER– WHEN YOU SEE THE NAKED, TO CLOTHE THEM, AND NOT TO TURN AWAY FROM YOUR OWN FLESH AND BLOOD?”

ISAIAH 58:6-7

 

“HE HAS SHOWN YOU, O MORTAL, WHAT IS GOOD. AND WHAT DOES THE LORD REQUIRE OF YOU? TO ACT JUSTLY AND TO LOVE MERCY AND TO WALK HUMBLY WITH YOUR GOD.”

MICAH 6:8

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Take-Action

Like the Good Samaritan who refused to walk past injustice, you care about justice. Jesus said we should “Go and Do Likewise”. But how can you do that?

OPEN YOUR MOUTH

PARTNER WITH GOSPEL JUSTICE INITIATIVE TO SPREAD THE WORD

OPEN YOUR MOUTH

PARTNER WITH GOSPEL JUSTICE INITIATIVE TO SPREAD THE WORD

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A NATIONAL LEADER

A NATIONAL LEADER

Gospel Justice Initiative is the national leader in understanding God’s heart of justice for the poor and what that means in our government and legal justice systems.

4 WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED

  • STUDY GROUP

    Study Group Start a Study Group that also takes action together using GJI’s free guide.
  • AWARENESS

    Awareness.Raise awareness by joining our blog and social media groups to keep up with today’s headlines and action steps you can take to make a difference.
  • RAISE FUNDS

    Raise Funds.$5,000 is all it takes to establish a new justice center serving the legal and spiritual needs of the poor.
  • VOLUNTEER

    Volunteer.Create a Justice Center in your neighborhood. It takes many hands working together to implement our justice initiative.
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