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Compassion and Justice

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.

Countering the Gospel of Consumerism

We must counter our culture's gospel of consumerism with the true gospel and God-inspired creativity.

Welcoming the Stranger

Matthew Soerens and Jenny Yang: Justice, Compassion & the Truth in the Immigration Debate

How Can We Bring Light to Immigration Dilemma?

The immigration debate has become increasingly heated in recent years. How can we as Christians bring light to the discussion?

What Happens When We Are With ‘the Least of These’

The church is called to make being with "the least of these' a practice wherever the poor and hurting are found.

Beyond Colorblind

Sarah Shin: Redeeming Our Ethnic Journey

Redeeming Our Ethnic Journey

Our world is in need of a gospel that goes beyond colorblindness, and isn't afraid to address ethnic differences.
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