Michael Mills, pastor of Agape Baptist Church in Fort Worth, shares how he is learning to engage in the work of justice.
03/01/2021 - By Michael Mills
Jeremy Everett reminds churches they have a role in justice, from the abstract of faith formation to the concrete of feeding the hungry.
02/22/2021 - By Jeremy Everett
Rev. Cokiesha Bailey-Robinson contends, “Justice … includes all people at the table with equal and distributed power.”
02/15/2021 - By Rev. Cokiesha Bailey-Robinson
Gaynor Yancey, professor of social work at Baylor University and Truett Seminary, shares her lifelong process of learning about justice.
02/08/2021 - By Gaynor Yancey
Pastor Kan’Dace Brock lists many, but not all, reasons she and other Black men and women are tired and what is needed to address racial justice.
02/01/2021 - By Pastor Kan'Dace Brock
Kirk Stowers, a law enforcement officer since 2002, describes how justice can look like a healthy relationship if people will extend grace.
01/25/2021 - By Kirk Stowers
Jon Singletary, dean of Baylor University’s Garland School of Social Work, contends justice requires actively working against racism everywhere.
01/19/2021 - By Jon Singletary
Ricardo Brambila explains how the justice he sought as a child in Mexico is found in “the moral standard of the word of God.”
01/12/2021 - By Ricardo Brambila
Suzii Paynter March describes how justice involves being able to see below the surface of a person’s life and circumstances.
01/05/2021 - By Suzii Paynter March
Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr. contends being able to love one’s neighbor includes understanding that neighbor’s journey.
12/21/2020 - By Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr.
Kimlyn Bender explains how God’s justification of sinners is the impetus for Christians seeking justice in the world.
12/14/2020 - By Kimlyn Bender
Rev. Jorge Zayasbazan points out how our tendency to exclude those unlike us leads to injustice and calls us to love our neighbors.
12/08/2020 - By Rev. Jorge Zayasbazan