Justice

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Broken Like Me: Volunteering in a Prison Fellowship Ministry

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“I am thankful I got caught because otherwise I would have just continued what I was doing.” “Actually, we can be thankful that we have food and a roof over our heads.” These are snippets of what inmates have shared with me in my short time volunteering with a prison fellowship ministry.
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Don’t Put Your Love on Lockdown

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Opening homes. Sharing meals. Connecting virtually. Delivering packages.  There’s no telling when this pandemic will end, but that has never been within our control. While we can’t guarantee when the next lockdown might happen, we can make sure of one thing: our love does not have to be on lockdown. 
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Vincenzo: A Sexy But Troubling Take on Justice

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As much as I enjoyed Song Joong-ki's portrayal of the polished mafia consigliere, watching Vincenzo torture his enemies even as they pleaded for him to put a bullet through their heads and spare them of the excruciating pain and misery just didn’t sit right.
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When the Church Isn't Doing Enough for Justice

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Each Sunday that goes by without a mention of racial justice, with no acknowledgment of the deep pain that is rocking our nation and affecting believers and nonbelievers alike, makes me wonder why the Church is not at the forefront of advocating for justice.

Wait, God?! I Thought You Called Me to This?

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Ten years ago, when I was graduating high school and facing the prospect of starting college at a public university located in the middle of a cornfield in western Michigan, I had a plan. The primary issue with the Plan, (though, looking at it objectively, there are numerous), was that it was mine.

Living In A Coffee-Stained World

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Title: Living In A Coffee-Stained World Artwork by: YMI X Marcus…
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Why I Reach Out To Prostitutes and the Marginalized

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I was trained as a social worker and worked for seven years in a government agency. I loved that my job entailed advocating for change at a systemic level and thrived at work. It also enabled me to live out my faith intentionally, which shaped the ways I interacted and worked with those around me.
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3 Reasons I Welcome Refugees (And 3 Ways You Can, Too)

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Did you know nearly one in 100 people worldwide are displaced from their homes? Refugees have become so much more than an Associated Press photo in my mind and my heart. For three years, I taught students at a refugee center in Uganda.

Is Justice Worth It?

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Title: Is Justice Worth It? Description: Is seeking justice…