Our broken world can be confusing and overwhelming. But one thing is clear; God calls each of us to serve those in need. That includes you.
In the Story of the Good Samaritan, the neighbor on the Jericho road was a mess. The systemic challenges of a dangerous road and the individual trauma of abuse, left him powerless. The Samaritan didn’t need to be an expert to offer assistance. He just needed to stop.
GOD HAS A PLAN
Jesus stopped. He entered the messiness of our world to restore us in relationship with God and neighbor. He asks us to follow His example. Like the disciples that starts with sitting at His feet and learning His heart.
ACCESS TO JUSTICE
WHY DOES EQUAL ACCESS MATTER?
Think of it this way: Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a life – UNLESS he has no access to the river. Without access, any help provided is in vain and justice cannot roll on like a mighty river.
“I remember so well going to school each day… proudly saying the pledge of allegiance… ‘with liberty and justice for all’. It would be many years before I realized that simply wasn’t true.”
Bruce Strom| CEO, Gospel Justice Initiative | Author, Gospel Justice
Study the justice needs of your neighbors & help raise awareness.
You care about justice because God cares about justice. Read Gospel Justice, download the free study guide below and follow the practical applications from each of the five sessions. Follow us on social media, register for our blog, attend our annual Restore Conference, and get engaged in the battle for gospel justice.
Pull together friends to go deeper and understand why Dr. Tony Evans says, “Bruce Strom’s exposition of the Scripture and application to the poor is spectacular.” Study his book Oneness Embraced or other helpful justice books. Below is a list of some of our favorites.
Joining together to Provide Help & Hope for those Oppressed by Legal Injustice
by Bruce D. Strom
Gospel Justice Companion Guide
by Bruce D. Strom
Through the Eyes of Tony Evans
by Tony Evans
Are we more in love with the idea of changing the world than actually changing the world
by Eugene Cho
OUTLIVE YOUR LIFE
You Were Made to Make A Difference
by Max Lucado
WELCOMING THE STRANGER
Justice, Compassion & Truth in the Immigration Debate
by Matthew Soerens
WHEN HELPING HURTS
How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor… and Yourself
by Brian Fikkert
The Call to Live and Die for Bigger Things
by Ken Wytsma and D.R. Jacobsen
Taking Back Your Faith from the
by David Platt