IN THIS BLOG, I SHARE INSIGHTS INTO TODAY’S JUSTICE ISSUES, GOD’S HEART, AND PRACTICAL APPLICATION FOR THE BUSY PERSON WHO CARES ABOUT JUSTICE.
President’s Day is Monday. Far more than a shopping holiday, the day was created to honor George Washington. Later the day was expanded to include Abraham Lincoln and more recently a general recognition of Presidents. Here are three justice lessons you need to know from President’s Day. Lesson 1: “Moderate the fury of party spirit”…Read More
Valentine’s Day is around the corner. The day celebrates love, but what is love? Exploring the answer to that simple question will compel action and help us understand how to see churches restore love of neighbor through justice. Love is more than chocolate Millions of dollars in chocolate is sold at Valentine’s Day. Is that…Read More
February is Black History month. I began February with a pioneering hero, Dr. John Perkins, who at 87 is a living legend of what gospel justice means. Here are five lessons from my conversation and his amazing book, Let Justice Roll Down. Lesson One: Black Lives Matter John Perkins was born in rural Mississippi in…Read More
The New Testament references teachers of the law at least 63 times – none positively. Matthew 23 records seven daring condemnations of these lawyers including, “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You give a tenth of your spices – mint, dill and cumin. But you have neglected the more important…Read More
Your blood should boil when you see children neglected and abused. That same anger should be directed at the courts and congress who far too often do the same. Here is guidance on how to courageously advance justice for children. 1. Be a good neighbor. 13 malnourished children were chained in a home in California. …Read More