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.
As we approach Easter, the question of whether good works of justice save you is worth exploring. A story Jesus told on Tuesday of Holy Week helps frame the question: The story of two sons 28 “What do you think? There was a man who had two sons. He went to the first and said, ‘Son,…Read More
Is God’s justice best understood to punish or restore? The question is significant. How we view justice has a direct impact on how we do justice. Which is it? Is a Biblical view of justice best described as retributive or restorative? God’s justice recognizes God is judge Those who believe the Bible is about punishment…Read More
I spent part of last week in Michigan speaking at the Celebration of Justice Conference. Through panels, speakers and workshops the conference focused on three pillars. These pillars provide 3 reliable steps to promote justice for all. Step One: Begin with a firm Biblical foundation. The Celebration of Justice Conference wrestled with the tension…Read More
I believe we are created to learn. As Christians, we learn to be more and more like Jesus. We learn by reading God’s word, interacting with others and studying the things that matter most to God. One of the things God cares about most is justice. Here are three ways to learn more about justice.…Read More
This last week I was able to spend some time with my friend Joe Slawek (holding the check in photo). Joe is the founder of FONA International which invents the flavors in much of our food. I’m hoping Joe is able to lead a workshop at our Restore Conference, June 7-8 at Judson University. You…Read More