Justice

By Scott Bessenecker

The heat of Cairo in the summer can be unforgiving. When added to the smells in the garbage village, zeal melts into lethargy. I remember climbing the hill inside this garbage-collectors...

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By Scott Bessenecker

At the end of 2013, Pope Francis I released an exhortation he called Evangelii Gaudium (The Joy of the Gospel) decrying free market capitalism which he described as an economy of exclusion and...

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By Andy Crouch

Somewhere along the way, the intimate connection between idolatry and injustice was lost. We began to believe that one was a “religious” question, the other a “political” question. And the Christian world began to separate into two camps...

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By Scott Bessenecker

I read Isaiah chapter 1 the other day and wondered what it might have been like to hear these words spoken about me and those in my religious circles. I attempted to contextualize some of the...

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By Scott Bessenecker

I possess enough privilege and enough power to relegate privilege and power to a discussion I can examine privilege from a clinical perspective Dissect it, measure it, or indulge it I even...

By Jack Voelkel

Kevin asked: Hey Jack, Been a while since I've "asked Jack" anything. Sorry I missed you when you were close by. I'm a part of a program that provides experiential missions education for young...

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By Jill Kawasaki

Students at the Urbana Student Missions Conference were faced with shocking statistics as they watched the video “Missions Issue: Human Trafficking. ” They learned at least 600, 000 people are...

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By Jack Voelkel

Larissa asked: Hi Jack. So heres the deal. I am a freshman in college and am still praying to God to see if being missionary/mobilizing is my calling for I am still unsure if that is His goal...

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