2021 has been a year of listening to women's voices on justice. The Magnificat is Mary's song of justice and hope.
The first chapter of the Bible teaches us to care for creation as vice regents and gardeners. Pride and greed corrupt this vocation. We explore how we might resist these…
Working out from the parable of the Good Samaritan we explore some of the Bible’s rich resources in pursuing racial justice. There is no more sublime ethic than God’s call…
Following Tim Keller’s metaphor we explore how we can weave ourselves into the fabric of torn and broken communities to bring spiritual, physical, psychological and social wholeness.
What does the Bible say about justice for women? This sermon explores that question through the stories of two of Jesus’ ancestors: Tamar and Ruth.
How can we have hope for justice in a world of disappointment?
Is the mission of the church preaching the Gospel or doing Social Justice? Is that a false dichotomy? We attempt to settle the argument.
Jesus invites us to always pray and never give up because our heavenly Father will hear and answer.
Jesus confronts us on wealth and injustice, while at the same time offering hope for the hopeless.