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How can the church address the injustices and embody the way of justice?

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In Word, In Deed

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Eugene Cho on the underrated need for quiet works of justice.
A Clear and Present Mission

A Clear and Present Mission

Two churches point the way for providing needed legal services—and Christian outreach—to immigrants.
I Was a Stranger

I Was a Stranger

Church leaders are changing the conversation about immigration reform.
5 Good Ways to Welcome Strangers

5 Good Ways to Welcome Strangers

It’s not illegal to care for immigrants, whatever their status.
Immigration Is Me

Immigration Is Me

Loving the immigrants in our midst
Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

Serving Immigrants Saved Our Church

How welcoming in the stranger revived a declining congregation.
Fix Cars For Single Moms

Fix Cars For Single Moms

Serve your community through basic car maintanence
Squirrelly Motives

Squirrelly Motives

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Our editors have compiled our best on Social Justice topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.

Redeeming a Needy Neighborhood

Redeeming a Needy NeighborhoodSubscriber Access Only

Not all communities have too much. How one church brings the gospel to the economically distressed.
Why THIS?
James Meeks talks about how his church has created opportunities to transform its neighborhood.

A Mighty River or a Slippery Slope?Subscriber Access Only

Examining the cultural and theological forces behind the new interest in justice.
Why THIS?
Mark Labberton examines the recent shift from evangelical skepticism to enthusiastic engagement regarding social justice issues, including what needs to happen to sustain this new commitment.
Personal but Never Private

Personal but Never PrivateSubscriber Access Only

Jim Wallis and Mark Dever don't see eye to eye, but they do agree on justice.
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Jim Wallis and Mark Dever don't see eye to eye, but they do agree on justice.

The People and the Black Book Subscriber Access Only

One church's attempt to do justly
Why THIS?
Mark Buchanan's church is trying to spark reconciliation in its community, and they know it must begin with their commitment to acting justly.
Is Jesus Welcome in Justice Efforts?

Is Jesus Welcome in Justice Efforts?Subscriber Access Only

How to speak his name in a "serve but don't proselytize" world.
Why THIS?
Christians serving in justice ministries are sometimes discouraged from discussing Jesus. This article reveals how they have found ways to share Jesus anyway.
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Changing Notions of Community

Changing Notions of Community

Guiding church in a time of declining attendance.
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