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Compassion and Justice

Welcoming God’s Vision of Justice

John Perkins and Charles Marsh: God’s Movement Toward Beloved Community

Why We Have Reason to Hope for Reconciliation

"All reconciliation begins with the recognition of brokenness."

Bringing the Church Back to Forsaken Places

Jonathan Brooks: Practicing Presence in Neglected Neighborhoods

How God’s Love Brings Us Together

God's love raises the lowly and humbles the lofty. How are we as the church called to respond?

Why Our Value Comes From Love

We need to be reminded that we are loved simply for who we are, and not what we do.

White Picket Fences: Love in a World Divided by Privilege

Amy Julia Becker: Turning Toward Love in a World Divided by Privilege

What the Prophet Amos Had to Say About Economic Justice

We can gather a great deal of insight on how God feels about economic injustice from the prophet Amos.

What Is the Key to Lasting Social Change?

How do we serve the poor without creating dependence? What does serving those in distress do to us?

Serving God in a Migrant Crisis

Patrick Johnstone with Dean Merrill: Ministry to People on the Move

8 Ways You Can Help Immigrants

These methods for reaching out to immigrants and refugees can go a long way toward making them feel welcome.