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IN THIS BLOG, I SHARE INSIGHTS INTO TODAY’S JUSTICE ISSUES, GOD’S HEART, AND PRACTICAL APPLICATION FOR THE BUSY PERSON WHO CARES ABOUT JUSTICE.

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I am a lawyer, CEO, and speaker who builds communities of justice minded Christians to free people from legal burdens so they can flourish. I didn’t always care about justice. I...

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Oh SNAP!

By admin | March 24, 2014

I’m almost 50 so “Oh snap” is not generally in my vocabulary.  The urban dictionary says it is a phrase of surprise, misfortune or insult.  So I think it is an apt phrase to use for this past week’s comments over SNAP – supplemental nutrition assistance program – more frequently referred to as food stamps.…

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What's more important – the gospel or justice?

By admin | March 14, 2014

I have some wonderful friends – don’t act surprised.  Some strongly believe that people will not listen to your words, until they see your actions.  The heart of social justice is providing a platform from which we can model Christ love.  They appreciate St. Francis of Assisi’s comment – “Preach the gospel always and when…

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Civil Legal Aid Stabilizes Families

By admin | March 7, 2014

There is much chatter across the web this week on the federal budget.  Is assistance toward safety net programs helpful or harmful?  That is a broader discussion but whether through government support or individual support, civil legal aid is critical to the foundation of democracy.  The first article ever published on civil legal aid in…

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Conversation on Biblical Justice

By admin | February 28, 2014

Last weekend I had the privilege to meet Ken Wytsma at the Justice Conference in LA.  Ken interviewed me just before the conference.  I appreciate his commitment to raising a national conversation around the theology of justice.  Ken partners with World Relief in bringing a cross section of voices from around the globe who are…

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Access to Justice in Palm Springs

By admin | February 18, 2014

I’m in Palm Springs, California for different meetings.  Most people think of Palm Springs as a center of affluence.  After all President Obama just left this area today after meetings with the King of Jordan.   But in the shadow of prosperity is great poverty.   Driving through the region, one can see wealth and stores…

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