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.
Let’s be honest. What would you do? A 36 year old Hispanic woman walks into your office without an appointment. She has no money, no job, and speaks only Spanish. Some questions reveal she is an illegal Mexican with four children from three different men. She is afraid of the current man she is living…Read More
Easter is the most powerful demonstration of gospel justice. Think about the unjust trials that took place in the dead of night around AD 33. Like all injustice it took place under the cloak of darkness so others could not see. Numerous violations of the law took place in that trial as the only man…Read More
Have you visited a courthouse recently? I encourage you to do so. The hallways are filled with activity as well-dressed lawyers dash from courtroom to courtroom. Inside the courtroom clerks are calling out names, people are standing before a judge and often a proficient English speaker wonders whether that really is the language being spoken.…Read More
Do Likewise is a weekly blog exploring the connection between the gospel and justice in current issues of law, government and society. The aim of the blog is to inform and inspire readers to think differently and get engaged – to go and do likewise. Submissions for online publication should be 600 – 1200 words…Read More
On Monday, April 7 a historic summit will take place on the campus of Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee. Never before has a state Supreme Court initiated a discussion with communities of faith and sought their involvement in making access to justice possible. Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Janice Holder is convening the Tennessee Faith &…Read More