Justice for All Resources

JUSTICE FOR ALL RESOURCES
 As you review and decide on which resources to utilize, keep in mind the following: 
  • Number of people present
  • Attendee’s existing level of knowledge/exposure to justice and poverty issues. 
  • Venue/layout of room where information will be shared (will you be able to easily show a short video on a lap top or tablet, or only provide handouts).
  • Your ability to print and reproduce handouts.  All of our resources can be printed right from this website.  However, if you would like us to pre-print your materials and mail them to you in advance, we are happy to do so; please allow at least two weeks and email your request to Mpage@administerjustice.org  (be specific with quantities, referring to documents by their name listed below).  Be sure to include your mailing address and a daytime phone number.

Review the information you will provide in advance so you are comfortable presenting its contents.  Feel free to use whatever materials you are most comfortable with and will best suit your guests.  Your goal is to inform and inspire; we suggest you provide two handouts (one from “Printed Materials to Inform” and one from “Printed Materials to Inspire”) and show one video.  

 As a current supporter of our organization, you are most likely aware of or have been involved in actual client situations where Administer Justice has made a difference.  First hand testimonies are powerful; in addition to the information provided here, we encourage you to share stories of help and hope with your guests that you have witnessed at Administer Justice.  Please be mindful of client confidentiality, protecting our client’s identity and dignity at all times.

There is only one required form:
THE GUEST LIST-This is a Required Form that is completed after your event.
It is important for us to know that a Justice for All has taken place and how many individuals attended.  With your guest’s permission, we would like to contact them to see if they have any interest in becoming involved with Administer Justice.  We will contact them by phone or email inviting them to sign up for our monthly e-newsletter, explore volunteer opportunities or join our prayer team.  We will not ask them for a donation at this initial point of contact.   If a guest we contact indicates that they are not interested in exploring Administer Justice any further, we will simply thank them for their time and will not contact them again.  Please complete and submit the Guest List within 48 hours after your event takes place. The form can be accessed and submitted directly to us from our website:
Justice for All Guest List
Note:  if you have more than 10 attendees and would prefer to create/use a sign in sheet instead that is fine.  Please click on and view the Justice for All Guest List so you know what information to include.  You can then email your sign in sheet to mpage@administerjustice.org or fax it to us at 847-844-1101.

PRINTED MATERIALS TO INFORM

General Brochurea 3 page brochure providing general information about Administer Justice, answering the five “W’s” of our organization (“who “what” “where” “when” and “why” we serve).  It is best if printed in color but B&W is acceptable.
Administer Justice General Brochure

Administer Justice At a Glancea half page document providing specific facts and figures about how and who we serve.  It prints two to a page so you will need to cut it in half.  It is best if printed in color but B&W is acceptable.
Administer Justice at a Glance

Administer Justice Q&Aa two page B&W document in Q&A format providing basic information about our organization including the services we provide, who and why we serve.
Administer Justice Q & A

PRINTED MATERIALS TO INSPIRE

Client Story Compilationthis document features six short stories of actual Administer Justice clients.  It gives living examples of the complex situations often faced by the under-resourced and how Administer Justice is able to provide help and hope in the midst of desperation.  This is a B&W two page document.
Client Story Compilation

Client Story Table Tents-these 8.5’ x 11” documents are folded in half and can be set up on a table.  It is best to print them in color on heavy paper or card stock if possible.  They highlight the issues often faced by those in a season of poverty, providing actual examples of clients assisted by Administer Justice.  There are four:
Compassion for the Fatherless
Justice for Widows
Hope for the Poor
Mercy For Immigrants

VIDEOS

Justice For Someone Like Me-three clients tell their story of recieving help and hope through Administer Justice.  General information regarding our services and our vision for the future is also highlighted.  Time:  3:15.
CLICK HERE FOR JUSTICE FOR SOMEONE LIKE ME VIDEO

Justice For Allthis video, lasting 3:56 minutes provides general information on Administer Justice, featuring three client stories which give insight into the types of situations where a justice advocate is needed.
CLICK HERE FOR JUSTICE FOR ALL VIDEO

Administer Justice;  The Missionthis video contains excerpts from the Christian cable TV show “Revelations’ documentary featuring Administer Justice.  It highlights our mission, providing information on how we serve those in need.  It is perfect for a church small group or other church setting.  Time:  4:30 minutes.
CLICK HERE FOR ADMINISTER JUSTICE:  THE MISSION

Greater Thingsthis photo montage is set to the Christian song, Greater Things.  It provides glimpses into various injustices within our community.  Time:  4:30 minutes.
CLICK HERE FOR GREATER THINGS VIDEO

SUPPLEMENTAL PRINTED MATERIALS-Can be used in addition to the above.

Justice in Scripture-God’s call to administer justice is clear throughout scripture.  This two page document provides inspiring bible verses related to justice and poverty, revealing God’s heart for those facing injustice.  This document can serve as the outline for a bible study on justice.
Justice in Scripture

Poverty in AmericaMany are not aware of the extent to which poverty exists in America, especially in the suburbs.  This one page document provides some interesting facts about poverty.
Poverty in America

Justice Recommended Reading-For those interested in learning more about justice and poverty and God’s call to each of us to make a difference.
Justice Reading List

PLEASE BE SURE TO COMPLETE AND SUBMIT YOUR GUEST LIST FORM  (ABOVE) AFTER YOUR EVENT!

 Please contact Marty Page at Mpage@administerjustice.org if you need additional resources