Rev. Joseph C. Parker Jr. describes four images depicting justice. The fourth image is the active pursuit of justice and gives him hope.
11/30/2020 - By Rev. Joseph C. Parker Jr.
Diego Silva, director of the Buckner Family Hope Center at Peñitas, shares what he learned from his parents about the unjust effects of poverty.
11/23/2020 - By Diego Silva
Dr. Nora Lozano, professor of theological studies at Baptist University of the Américas, describes justice as God’s invitation to join in God’s reign on Earth.
11/17/2020 - By Dr. Nora Lozano
La Dra. Nora Lozano, profesora de estudios teológicos en la Universidad Bautista de las Américas, describe la justicia como la invitación de Dios a unirse a su reinado en la Tierra.
11/17/2020 - By Dra. Nora Lozano
Mariah Humphries, a Mvskoke Native American, describes what justice looks like from the perspective of at least one of the many Indigenous nations.
11/09/2020 - By Mariah Humphries
Patty Lane, director of intercultural ministries for the Baptist General Convention of Texas, points to three Gospel stories of Jesus defining justice.
11/02/2020 - By Patty Lane
Bethany Molinar, executive director of Ciudad Nueva Community Outreach, describes ministry among immigrants and asylum seekers in El Paso.
10/26/2020 - By Bethany Molinar
Patricia Wilson, an attorney and member of the Baylor Law School faculty, recounts times when Black lives didn’t matter and calls for addressing racism.
10/19/2020 - By Patricia Wilson
Dr. Albert Reyes, CEO of Buckner International, places justice in the center of seeking God’s kingdom and sin at the center of injustice.
10/13/2020 - By Albert Reyes / Buckner International
Facing a swarm of justice-related issues, Nell Green calls followers of Jesus to work together to overcome hopelessness with creativity, boldness and faith.
10/07/2020 - By Nell Green
Marv Knox explains why many seek asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border and how their efforts to find justice have become more difficult.
09/29/2020 - By Marv Knox / Fellowship Southwest
Dr. John Ogletree defines justice with the Old Testament word “mishpat” and outlines a path leading to justice, with the church as its primary advocate.
09/22/2020 - By Dr. John D. Ogletree Jr.