Now is the time to engage in conversation about race and how we view others.
In many cases, we may find that listening to those who have too often been marginalized in our society can allow us to discern God’s heart and pursue his justice in unity.
If American Christians fail to think biblically about immigrants, we may miss a Great Commission opportunity.
We long for justice when we've been offended, but we look for it in the wrong place.
Russell Moore on the unaccompanied minor crisis at the US border: The gospel tells us that our instinct ought to be one of compassion toward those in need, not disgust or anger.
Unequal education is an inhibitor to peace and unity and is in direct violation to the story of God in history. The Church must help to bring equality of education to all children.
Christians everywhere must share a vision of a place where people of all races and classes live together in peace and dignity under the lordship of Jesus Christ.
An essential to the life of the Christian leader is to broaden our view of justice and our role to be people pursuing justice.
Our role as worship pastors is to use the platform we’ve been given, the songs we write, and influence we have to steward others towards being people of redemption and mercy.
Social justice without the Gospel is a counterfeit of the real thing - merely a band-aid to a gaping wound. We need to respond with Gospel justice - responding out of the hope we have in Jesus Christ.
We need to check our cynicism about Congress at the door and engage with lawmakers if we hope to make a difference for the 30 million slaves in the world.
When we think of global poverty we readily think of hunger, disease, homelessness, illiteracy, and dirty water, but very few of us immediately think of the global poor’s chronic vulnerability to violence.
The brokenness in our cities will not change until individual followers of Jesus Christ respond to God’s call by walking with and discipling the fatherless.
Matthew Hansen of Allies Against Slavery covers 6 principles he believes are necessary for the church's engagement in this issue.
A recent study reveals that the majority of African-Americans still believe that race is a huge issue in our society, while the majority of whites do not think that race is a significant factor.
Dr. Perkins is interviewed at the Verge Conference about justice and the gospel.
What is culture? And how do we see justice and the Gospel intersect with the culture? Propaganda's spoken word will open your eyes to the intersection of justice, culture and the Gospel.
"Is not the mission of God to see people not only reconciled to Himself, but diverse bodies of people reconciled to one another as well?" Leonce Crump
For all of our compassion, we should be seeing some substantial positive changes in the lives of poor people and communities. The reality is that the poor are poorer.